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10-04-2011 @ 6:18PM
I had this issue with my altoholism a while back. Here's a few things I learned from my experience:1st: profiles, profiles, profiles. I assume the majority of your addons are used the same way across all your toons. If you setup a profile for an addon you can then alter that profile and whatever changes you make will be carried across all other toons that use that same profile for that addon. If you really want all your stuff to look the same but don't want to much about creating a bajilion profiles, the addon Reflux can take an addon screenshot (i.e. make a profile for every profile-ready addon) that you can easily copy onto other toons. Reflux doesn't cover everything, but it can really speed up the process if you already have a semi-finished UI and don't want to worry about getting things set up all over again.2nd: type in X/Y values rather than dragging things into position whenever possible. You can drag things to get a rough idea where you want a frame to be positioned, but by typing values in you increase your precision and ease of transfer/scaling to other setups.3rd: if you are using a class-specific addon, either try to find a more generic counterpart or minimize the graphical impact (i.e. if you use Mage Nuggets, hide the stat window thingie).
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