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Finally updated for 4.1.
New patch, new design, new addons; it has changed a lot optically, as Syne no longer updates his tukui edit, but nevertheless core functions and placements are still the same. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
This is the interface I use on my DK, but it‘s perfectly usable for any other class as well. It‘s a modified version of Duffed' edited package of Tukui. For any further information contact me here, on my Blog site, or visit Tukui,which you should do anyway, great site.
I simply uploaded it because many PvP players on my server want to know how I set up my UI and keep track of cooldowns and enemy actions, so this was the easiest way to show.
Addons *DO NOT UPDATE*
AAV - Atrox Arena Viewer
ActionBarSaver - saves your action bar button placement and restores it in another spec, /abs
DBM - boss mods
DeminishingReturns - DR tracker
Duffed - a core mod for the interface
famBags - new bag addon
fRunes - new rune addon, DK only
GladiatorlosSA - voice announcement mod for important cooldowns/casts/actions in arena
Gladius - arena frames
Icicle - enemy cool down tracker on enemy nameplates
LoseControl - CC tracker on every unitframe
MSBT - MikScrollingBattleText
Necrotic Track - necrotic strike debuff tracker, DK only
Omen - aggro meter
Power Auras - amazing buff/debuff tracker
Quartz - castbar addon
Skada - dps/healing meter
SnowfallKeyPress - you can simply use the blizzard option as well
Tukui - Interface core, LUA changes here
Tukui_ClassTimer - ClassTimer replacement
VlakCooldowns - tracker for your own cooldowns
general ingame slash commands (type /uihelp ingame)
/tracker - Tukui arena enemy cool down tracker
/rl - reload ui
/gm - talk to a GM
/frame - shows the name of the frame you hover over with your mouse
/uf - toggles unit frame movability
/rd - dismiss raid
/mss - move the stance bar
/mtukui - move everything
/ii - interrupt icons options
… is described in the readme.
Last but not least I want to thank Tuk a lot for this great LUA-based UI compilation, again his blog site: http://www.tukui.org/blog/