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3-15-2011 @ 3:23PM
Lots of real estate being wasted. A few points that are my 2 cents:1. SBF is too powerful to waste so much space. If you like to see your buffs as bars, go elkano. SBF is being discontinued anyway.2. Any special reason for having 72 buttons? I am sure that can go down.3. Healbot frames are quite large, can be made a lot smaller, even if u heal 10 mans only.on that note, all the unit frames could be made a lot smaller.This is definitely one of the most cluttered UIs I have ever seen. But what works for one person, never seems to work for another. Many people would find this UI perfect. And quite a few elements are definitely very good. Most notably, timers and healbot locations used here is very optimal as it can prevent a lot of tunnel vision.
3-15-2011 @ 4:04PM
Agreed on the buffs, at the very least some screen space could be saved if they were buttons. As for the buttons, I too like to have almost every ability or macro I could every possibly want to use in any situation on my action bars. I have the stuff I use more often closer too my area of vision, but especially as a druid there are just so many situational abilities that you want to stab yourself when you realise it could have been useful in such and such situation, but it wasn't on your bars.
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