some times DBM has displayed it for me? on bosses, and you can do your own, maybe others, as just percentages OR total in numbers via the interface options area
Dwarfs, gods among humanoids, giants among... gnomes...
Originally Posted by The Hitch-hikers' Guide To The Galaxy: Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz
"Oh freddled gruntbuggly/thy micturations are to me/As plurdled gabbleblotchits on a lurgid bee.
Groop I implore thee, my foonting turlingdromes. And hooptiously drangle me with crinkly bindlewurdles,
Or I will rend thee in the gobberwarts with my blurglecruncheon, see if I don't!"
Pitbull's highly customizable but takes a while to get what you want if it's your first time fiddling with it. Shadowed Unit Frames is very nice as well and doesn't take up a lot of memory. X-Perl by default shows both health numbers and percentages but it's a memory hog and is currently halted on development I believe but it still works for the most part with 4.0.3a
Originally Posted by Sakpoth
I find it unreasonable to ask for other than obvious reasons, when the reason obviously is the obvious reason.
SimpleUnitFrames keeps the frame looking exactly the same, it just lets you change the format of the text of all the fields. It also displays a little icon showing you what class (if player) or type (if NPC) the unit is, which is cool to see at a quick glance. Very good addon if you just want to change the text with little configuration.
The one I use is called DroodFocus. It places a bar w the targets health wherever you like. You can make the bar monochrome, or gradient based on health, add text to the bar, and align said text either somewhere on the bar or off the bar, and change the size and font of the text. Plus Droodfocus does a lot of other nice things. Gives you each a holy power, threat, mana, combo pt, focus, rage, energy, and health bar w the same customizations. Also has visual and texual CD indicators, debuff-application indicator, dot-timer bar and visual indicators, and a neat little thingy that shows you your current AP crit rate and whether a periodic spell is having it's damage modified somehow. That, dominos, and Mik Scrolling Battle Text are the only 3 mods I could never live without.