2. I think it's pretty much fine as is. I might try to match the VuhDo dimensions to it, though.
3. Seems fine, maybe consider having the data texts toggle in combat, either to hide them or to something combat-related?
Thanks for feedback Updated with your pointers in mind and made the Moonfire/Sunfire darker + moved them so they actually line up with unit frames. Also turns out my target frame was 1 pixel too high... making a UI can be so thrilling sometimes . And ofc a progress pic, nearing the end now
h ttp :/ / gy azo.c om/5560 2a7db19a 80e5c723df0d3 3565942
The background is kinda blank, and I want to achieve the colors like you have it.
How do I do this?
(by the way, I'm not copying your UI, I'm just trying to learn myself new stuff <3)
i took the work of magicaldandruff and birgwow and a few suggestions from reading this thread
still working on it and i'm really making it more for someone else than i am me
she like raids and i like don't
been a lurker so i can't post links yet
thnx to Paese for fixing my link!
Last edited by Treeston; 2014-08-19 at 11:25 PM.
How many posts do I have to post before I can post links?
Just re-subbed and I've been using other people's UI's for years. I really want to start trying to get my own setup though but I don't even know where I can begin. Any advice on where I can start?
I should also mention that I am technologically stupid when it comes to computers (Scripts and the such).
I've found touchymcfeel's (evn on MMO-C) guide to be a really great resource. The link is here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQbQ...1D808689FB3840
If you notice, this guide is 2 years old, so while many of the add-ons are still current, some of them are not. So don't use this as a precise step-by-step guide to follow to the letter, but it gives you a good idea of what UI elements you need to think about, and a pretty good order for which UI elements to work on first. You may not even use the same order, but you'll notice he does Bartender before Pitbull, because he wants to place his unit frames down at the bottom, where the Blizzard default stuff gets in the way, if he hadn't done Bartender first.
I highly recommend it as a beginner UI developer. I'd recommend watching the whole series and not skipping parts, because he'll often explain his thought process behind things, which is really helpful to give you an idea of how to think about what you want in your UI.
He has a 5.2 guide as well, which has a couple of more advanced ideas (like UI swapping between characters, beyond ultra setting graphics, etc), but he never actually finished that guide, so I would start with the one I linked first, and then go to the 5.2 guide to learn how to change your fonts without Fonter (which is in his original guide, but is no longer a working addon) and maybe get a few more specific 5.2 tips.
Like this. i.imgur.com/m3E0kWs.jpg
Inspired by Constie I made my own Stuf-version
Name and percentage below the frame is ToT.
Last edited by Nhev; 2014-08-21 at 09:05 PM.