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5-12-2011 @ 3:13PM
I'm looking for a UI replacment mod that looks cool AND works well, used Spartan for ages until it went out-of-date.
5-12-2011 @ 4:13PM
just an FYI, Spartanui has a fan update on Wow Interface that works just fine with Cata
5-12-2011 @ 4:41PM
There's a few out there, I've been using nUI, mostly because I got tired of having to do what Jonathan mentions and I didn't know the copy-pasting trick. It's alright, I like some parts of it and don't like others.
5-12-2011 @ 5:26PM
TukUI is nice and simple, and pretty popular.
5-12-2011 @ 8:16PM
+1 for TukUI. I use the ElvUI modification of it, it's much simpler to configure.
5-13-2011 @ 3:23AM
I'm using ElvUI too, and let me tell you, it's the first UI that I've never felt like replacing.I've used plenty before from Spartan(well, tried.) and Diablo3Orbs(which I liked a lot in fact, but some of its functionality was not really up to par) to ShadowedUnitFrames and Pitbull.So go and check it out :)
5-13-2011 @ 10:31AM
TukUI for sure. I switched from SpartanUI after using it for about 2 years to nUI but felt it was too cluttered. I found TukUI about 6 months ago and have no intention of switching to another UI (except maybe an edited version of it)http://tukui.org/blog/
5-13-2011 @ 10:32AM
TukUI feels a bit too...proffesional, it's difficult to change anything and it doesn't feel very WoW-ish in it's visual style. =[
5-13-2011 @ 10:33AM
I might add, with the newest version of TukUI (v 13), you can configure just about anything in game now with "/tukui". No need to open config.lua or any of the modules unless there's something really advanced that you wanna do
5-14-2011 @ 12:20AM
i love TukUI, I've tried moving away from it, but its just too much of a hassle and TukUI works too well
5-17-2011 @ 11:40AM
Another +1 for Tukui and the ElvUI variant. Elv is simple to modify and adjust just about anything on the screen. I can't give enough applause for the support base that Tuk has on the site.
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