This UI allows you to easily swap between DPS/Tank interface to a Healing Interface without having to customize an entirely different interface. The DPS/Tank Layout has a action bar in the center in order to track cooldowns, without needing an extra addon. The healing layout's grid has been customized to meet most healer's needs.
Backup the following folders inside your WOW Directory: Font, Interface, WTF
Replace backed up folders with contents of the compressed file.
Bindings-cache may be copied from backed up folders into the new WTF in order to preserve key bindings.
Macro-cache may be copied from backed up folders into the new WTF in order to preserve your macros.
Type the reflux command of your choice listed below:
UI LAYOUT COMMANDS:
/reflux switch SagesHEAL
/reflux switch SagesDPS
*commands are Case Sensitive!
*can only be used while Reflux addon is enabled
*Once a layout is chosen, you may disable reflux if you don't plan on switching configurations on that character
Grid has been customized to show Corner Icons for each healer class, Icons are specific to the class. Meaning if you are not a Holy Paladin you will not see Beacon Of Light tracked on grid, however if you are a shaman you will see Earth Shield tracked on Grid. You will only see buffs cast by you and not other players of the same class.
What this UI doesn't come with!
This UI does not come with an addon to track the duration of buffs and debuffs you apply. There are many different addons for many different classes out there. I excluded it, because many players have their own preference to track their abilities whether it be through icons or timer bars, or class specific addons.
A good spot for your class timers or ability tracker is right above the player's cast bar. Shown here. The addon used in this example is Chronobars.
Addons You Do Not Touch (or Update)
Lib and SharedMedia contain textures for kgPanels that are not supported by future releases.
gdFont or GoodDamageFont 2.0 has special font that is not included in the updated version.
Q: My UI is too big or too small?
A: Go to Video -> Advanced -> Check Ui Scale and set it to the minimum. Or adjust according to your resolution.
Q: There are huge icons displaying my debuffs underneath my emphasized actionbar / castbar in the DPS Layout!?
A: I neglected to post this in the screenshot; this was a last minute addition I made before posting the UI. We do Heroic Lich King and emphasizing my debuffs was very important to me, and the space between the cast bar and the other action bars wasn't being used. These are not present in the healing layout due to a lack of space.
Q: How do I disable emphasized debuffs in the DPS layout?
A: Open up Satrina Buff Frame options. (/sbf options)
---Under General select Debuffs.
---Click the "Delete this frame" button.
Q: There are so many actionbars! How do I get rid of them?
A: To disable any actionbar, just open up the dominos configuration. (/dom)
---Hit the Configure Bars Button.
---Shift Right-Click a bar you want to enable/disable.
Q: I removed the actionbars, but now there's a black box there?
A: Those are kgpanels they're placed behind the actionbars in order to provide a better aesthetic look. To remove these, which I don't recommend.
---Go to kgpanels configuration. (/kgpanels config)
---Expand Active Panels.
---Find the appropriate panel you can do this by un-checking the Lock option, then mouse over a kgpanel to find out which one it is.
---However the names are sort of self-explanatory.
---Change the panel opacity to zero.
---To delete forever, hit "Remove Panel" button.
For the Future
I plan on changing up the emphasized action bar to utilize a cooldown tracker, most likely support for SexyCooldown.
Emphasized Debuffs filtering. Going to filter debuffs that would rather not be emphasized like Sated/Exhaustion or Battleground Deserter.