I am proud to announce my first custom made, from the ground-up, UI! Onyx Box is designed to give the player the maximum amount of environmental information via a small but informative 'center box'. The alpha is low so the box is not intrusive on game play while still serving its function. Aesthetically, your eyes should find their home most of the time on the lower center of the screen, where most of the information is held.
If you do not know what an addon does, GOOGLE IT. List of major addons:
Closet Gnome (Itemrack replacement)
Enhanced Color picker
Shared Media TipTop
- Whenever you log in or /reloadUI, the alpha of [player] on pitbull is set to 100%. This can be fixed by quickly going alt-z(default keybinds) twice
How to install:
1) Inside your World of Warcraft folder, back-up/delete your WTF and Interface folder.
2) Extract OnyxBoxUI, then move the WTF, Fonts and Interface folder inside your World of Warcraft folder.
3) inside the WTF folder, rename the following things: The [ACCOUNT NAME] folder to your actual account name. Must be written in CAPS.
The [SERVER] folder to your servers name (eg. Duskwood).
The [CHARACTER NAME] folder to your actual characters name (eg. Uitest).
4) Load ui WoW. Dont panic, the UI will look messy. Do the following: /bar -- Go "profiles", and select "OnyxBox"
/chatter -- Go "profiles", and select "OnyxBox"
/class timer -- Go "profiles", and select "OnyxBox"
/msbt -- Go "profiles", and select "default"
/pit -- Go "profiles", and select "OnyxBox"
/sbf options -- Go "profiles", and select "Uitest - Duskwood"'
/omen config -- Go "profiles" and select "OnyxBox"
/recount config -- Go "profiles" and select "Uitest - Duskwood"
--This one requires a touch more work-- /sexy map -- Go "profiles", and select "OnyxBox". Then, go "Borders": Fader -> Delete, Rune 1 -> Delete, Rune 2 -> Delete
I think that's it! Good luck, and I hope you enjoy it!
...and if you do enjoy it, why not consider supporting me in my efforts to keep making UIs for you?
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