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10-05-2011 @ 9:06PM
It would help to know if the UI owner's concerns are aesthetic or functional.Functional: I have to agree with someone above. The chat window and pet frames in the upper left are probably distracting and causing unnecessary strain. And there are probably more visible buttons than you really need. But on the whole, this UI *should* work fine.Aesthetic: 3 words. Configure. Your. Addons.You have all the right addons to form the framework of a custom UI. Quartz, Pitbull, Bartender, Vuhdo. I recognize them straight away the moment I look at your UI. You know why I recognize them? Because all of them, with the exception of two bars in Bartender, are in their factory-default configuration. You've moved stuff around a bit, but you haven't changed (as far as I can tell) anything.The result is a UI that's no more 'yours' than the Blizzard default. It may be, arguably, objectively *better* than the default - but it's not yours. It's not custom. The whole reason you would pick those four addons over a preconfigured UI suite (e.g. TukUI), which would be objectively even better than what you've got, is that the separate addons are highly configurable. So start configuring!
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