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4-26-2011 @ 10:21PM
I've been looking to redo my UI for awhile (I'm really only running the Razer Naga addon and some basic info ones) and I figured with my recent acquisition of a Alienware Aurora desktop (I used to play on a halfway decent 5 year old laptop), I figured now would the perfect time to give it a shot. I'm fairly computer savvy, but don't know a whole lot about setting up my own UI. Is there anywhere I should go to get a real crash course in customizing one?
4-27-2011 @ 12:11AM
Not sure about a crash course, but if I may offer a word of advice: before you get any other add-ons, or try to move anything around, download the add-on called e-align. It adds a grid overlay to your screen to easily line everything up, and will save you a lot of time.Other than that, I would say that a crash course is not necessary. Enjoy the journey, try out a bunch of different add-ons, you can always delete them later, and let us know if you find any gems.I find that tweaking my ui is a great way to kill a half-hour while I'm waiting for my random dungeon to pop. Sometimes, I get so absorbed in it, I'll actually pass on the dungeon so I can messing around with my ui. But that is probably just me.
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