This is a Raiding and Arena interface with a goød mix of many usefull and small addons.
All addons are easy to customize to your own affectations because they have an own GUI.
However LeilaUI has a very low memory and CPU footprint! It includes an unique Buff and Debuff
setup with Raiddebuffs/Buffs, Target CCs, class/race specific buffs and trinket procs.
The UI was designed for a 1680x1050 resolution and also works with other 16:10 Widescreens
(1280×800, 1440×900, 1920×1200, 2560×1600).
If you play on a 16:9 ratio or 4:3 screen use LeilaUI v3 16:9 or LeilaUI v3 4:3
Before asking any questions to the UI pls read the FAQ here on my Poral first.
LeilaUI works for all specs and is adjusted for all classes:
Priest, Paladin, Rogue, Hunter, Druid, Warrior, Deathknight, Warlock, Shaman, Mage, Monk!
Don't update addons manually or via CurseClient
...this would crash the lua and Textur changes i made to many addons.
You can find a list of edited addons by klicking here.
Step 1: Unzip and Install
-> Download and unzip LeilaUI
-> Go to C:\...\World of Warcraft and replace your Interface folder with the one extracted from LeilaUI
-> Go to C:\...\World of Warcraft and copy or replace the Fonts folder.
-> Go to C:\...\World of Warcraft\WTF\Account\"YOURACCOUNTNAME"\
and remove your SavedVariables folder and your relam name folder(s). Now put in SavedVariables from LeilaUI.
Step 2: Start WoW and make sure all addons are activated
You may load all out date addons if LeilaUI is not up to date anymore!
Step 3: Join the World and set your resolution to 16890x1050
The Account UI Scale is automatically set to [0.73142]
so if your resolution isn't 1680x1050 delete the Addon nibuiscale from your addons folder
Step 4: Ingame options part 1
-> After login Gnosis option screen pops up... klick 'Load Castbar' and close this window
-> Now Press Yes' on the LeilaUI Dialog Popup!
Step 5: Ingame options part 2
-> /stam........... to change the Addon Profil! Deathknights and Moonkin Druids shoud not use the "Most Classes" Profil
-> read about the secret (eg. hidden bars and comands) of the Interface here.