That should more or less be it, its an awesome UI and i love it how he added (or somebody else, i dunno and i dont want to compare the code of the sort with his code to see it) a sort function for combuster.
I dont like some parts of it, one being the darkened textures so i dont use it but its incredibly lightweight and the stuff he did is nicely readable!
Thats it if you are after black and his stuff, an alternative is nUi and now my fav, Unitframes improved..
Takes this addon for the unitframes and u get all that blizzard is missing (working buffs on top makes it better then the ouf variants above).
I would post my UI and link the addons even though its at a raw state but im not allowed to
For the minimap i use nMinimap since its the most awesome minimap out there, i edited some stuff on it, e.g. iv got the micromenu button on the minimap.
For the Bars addon you can take the nUI bars or my solution for the moment (if i stick with it ill code myself an addon doing it without the options = memory usage) is Bartender with the 2row, no micro menu, option and scaled down to .8
Last edited by purplet; 2012-10-28 at 07:44 PM.
Type: mystery ui at wowinterface search
My current UI in action:
I know it looks cluttered but I can't make it any more clean without sacrificing raid performance. Raid frames need to be somewhere close to my other stuff to not force me to move my eyes to corners to check health status. I need to track all those buffs and cooldowns and I need to track my dots. I feel too many try to make too clean UIs and they remove things which they seem to deem not neccessary or relevant information but that is usually because they are not good enough players to make use of what they remove.
http://i110.photobucket.com/albums/n...407_004408.jpg though it would have a more traditional buff system. Maybe even take the theme of it and intertwine it with my current set up.
So, changed Unit Frames... and such.
DBM Timers are already on a right position. Screenshot still has old position.
I'm a mess of unfinished thoughts