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3-01-2011 @ 7:40PM
There are also means of replacing the in-game fonts with the likes of NiceDamage doing so for the scrolling combat text.As a replacement for scrolling combat text, something such as Mik's Scrolling Battle Text is more customisable with font, sizing, and what information being displayed being far more selective.PowerAuras or more recently WeakAuras can create graphical, text, sound or a mixture of those alerts to draw the attention of the user to pre-set conditions such as a buff/debuff or status such as low health.Dominos/Bartender could have a smaller number but larger buttons to aid visibility, hiding the likes of the bags/micromenu.I like Startip as a tooltip replacement offering the ability to really customise what appears on it, and where. Though It is not what I would call user friendly in that respect, with maybe TipTac being an alternative.
3-01-2011 @ 7:42PM
Also Unitframe replacments which allow not only moving, but the ability to change the fonts and background.I personally find more blocky unitframes to be easier to read in a hurry with maybe Shadowed Unitframes catering well to this.
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