A functional UI is a happy UI. The default in WAR is a good Default, but could use some tweaks. In this thread, show us your UI and some addons to make it awesome. I suppose I can start and lead by example. It really is impressive at how big of a difference such simple tweaks can make!
Here are some I use. These are very light mods, nothing heavy duty and they are easy to install, especially with the curse client. If I were you guys, I'd check these out. These are great little tweaks to get you started!
- Makes way for custom /commands. Pretty much necessary for any decent modding.
+ Buff Throttle
- A must have for anyone stepping out into RvR lands.
+ Sticky Gear Settings
- Makes it so that cloak and helm settings stick and don't need resetting upon respawning or zoning.
+ Peace Out
- A small modest mod. Instead of doing those stupid 4 lines of text where it says "You are 10 seconds from being logged out" it instead comes up with a pop up box and a timer is embedded in that. A nice tweak to make the game feel a bit more polished up.
+ Killing Blow
- Killing someone in RvR will put their name and point values in the big red font in the screen. It's just good feedback I think since it says how many RPs you got etc.
+ zMini Map
- The square map. Simpler, cleaner, and you can scale it up larger without it taking up half the screen like the default. Zoom settings also stick and are controlled with Mousewheel.
- These two mods kinda go hand in hand. One changes the color of the icons border in your inventory. (Green items get a green border, blue get blue, etc) while the other one changes the color of the tool tip border. (Green items get green tooltip border). It just looks better and makes it easier to organize I think.
- This Addon shades in unuseable abilities in red. For example, I've got a slayer targetted, but he is waaay too far away to use most of my abilities on, hence they turn red.
And here is what it looks like for the moment. I still have some tweaking I'd like to do but so far it is very functional, clean and easy to work with!
So as you can see, with a bit of scaling things down a bit, moving stuff around, and taking out some bits of the UI and replacing them, you can get a very functional product that won't clutter your screen or eat up massive amounts of ram! Now your turn! Show me your UIs and what you like about them, how they work for you and all that!