* - the reason I had to make it is because the other common totally flat texture, called "Flat" in shared media, has a source file that is a middle grey, which means bright colours can't be made with it. Seeing as Stuf can assign any colour to bars, I thought it would be better to use a white source file so then you can actually choose any colour.
I redid my UI the other night. This version is influenced by Fraggoji's UI, with some differences that I prefer and using ElvUI as a base for a unified look.
Here's a shot with all the WeakAuras and aura placeholders (obviously they aren't all up at once; the icons on the left are for procs and raid cooldowns, the bars above my player frame is for my personal cooldowns), I used Fraggoji's WeakAuras for the raid debuffs on the target (right part), and used Theck's Prot priority/cooldown trackers in the middle. Not shown is my boss timers (which will go above the raid frames at the start and move to the gap in between the WA and the big actionbars), a small mouseover-only action bar with potions and healthstones just under the player unit frame, and Hermes (upper left corner of the screen):
Overall I'm pretty happy with it, although the memory usage is a bit high with all the qualify of life addons, running around 90mb of memory.
Last edited by Nobleshield; 2013-08-31 at 06:52 PM.
The other set of Weak Auras (the second row) is the cooldown progress on my defensive cooldowns, since those buttons are faded out and extremely hard to notice if the ability is ready or not, and hen the big bars are for the actual "This cooldown is active" time.
Last edited by Treeston; 2013-09-01 at 06:30 PM.
Internet Sucks at New House so no more live streaming/video uploading
Oh yes, BL2 has an awesome UI. I would build one in WoW if I would still play. Sadly even the UI community couldn't stop me from quitting.
I'm a mess of unfinished thoughts