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12-27-2011 @ 7:05PM
It looks like he's using xperl... I'd get rid of that and go with Shadowed, and use Grid for party/raid frames. Grid's default is pretty small which would help. Simple MiniMap will help position the minimap better.http://www.curse.com/addons/wow/shadowed-unit-frameshttp://www.curse.com/addons/wow/simple-minimapAlso, Mat, the reason why you need the bag and minibar buttons visible is if you are typing something somewhere, like in a chat box or in the auction house, and you need to bring up your bags or the wow menu over your AH interface. For example, let's say you are talking with someone, and then in the midst of chatting, you want to link an item. Your choice there is to completely blow away what you typed, then hit B, then retype stuff and then link the item... or you can just click the bag button.I agree the bag and minibar buttons should be as small as possible, but I've used those buttons many times, so I do believe they are useful.So for that laptop UI, I'd use Shadowed, SimpleMinimap, Grid, Bartender, recount, titanpanel, deadly boss mods, OmniCC, and Prat (still can't live without a chat addon). For shaman, the default UI proc notifications are usually good enough that you don't need power auras. I would also consider a dot tracker (Needtoknow or classtimer), and maybe a scrolling combat text, not because you need to see it, but because in aoe situations, it's good to have control over the numbers popping up on the screen. A scrolling combat text can help organize damage numbers with minimal effect on the visual field.
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