I think with this update I've improved on the original Leeph UI. I wanted to get the bottom of the screen to feel less cramped, wanted less on the screen when not in a group, and was feeling a bit less hung up on symmetry.
None of the add-ons were made by me and a big thanks to all authors who have released all of their great mods for us all to enjoy. Most, if not all, of the add-ons included with this UI have some sort of in-game configuration, so are typically user-friendly for coding neophytes, like myself. I use a bunch of other add-ons for different things, but have only included those which effected the appearance of the UI as a whole. You'll want to hunt out your own Boss warning mods, auction house stuff, etc.
LeephUI has been made on a 1920 x 1080 display. If your display is a different size you may need to do some resizing of the various elements in order for the UI to best fit your screen.
One add-on I haven't included is Bind Pad. I use Bind Pad along with my Razr Naga mouse and a heap of hover-target-cast (mouseover) macros for all of my healing spells. I've tried out Healbot, Grid, and Vuhdo for healing in parties and raids, but was never able to get them to look just the way I wanted (I mentioned my lack of coding skills) so that they matched the overall theme of the U.I. By creating the macros and then configuring my PitBull4 party and raid frames to match the rest of the UI, I am able to achieve the same functionality as HB, Grid and VuhDo, but maintain an overall look. Here's an example of such a macro:
Check out the following posting by Sydera for more on creating Mouseover Macros:
To install, follow the usual steps:
Make sure you back up your "Interface and WTF" folder. Copy the LeephUI files and paste them to your World of Warcraft folder.
If you have macros, then Gusvr6 suggests you follow this simple step. Copy your "macros-cache.txt" file which is located in "wtf/account/your_account"/.
ACCOUNT - rename to your wow account.
Server - rename to your toons realm name.
Character - rename to your toon that you want the UI used.
Then place "macros-cache.txt" back into the new wtf folder under "wtf/account/your_account"/.
Log into the game and make sure the "Load out of date addons" is checked. Type "/reflux switch LeephUI" (case sensitive).
Type /kgpanels config. Go to layouts, click on "Leeph" and then click activate.
At this point, your screen should look like the screenshots attached here. However, if it doesn't, you may have to go into some of the various add-ons and set the profiles. All profiles are listed as LeephUI. If things still don't look the way they do in the pics, feel free to post questions and i'll help out as best i can.
List of Add-Ons:
Bartender4 - action bars, type /bt for configuration
Basic Experience Bar
Button Facade (though I think they're calling it Masque these days - don't quote me on that)
Decursive - interface menu
FamBags - interface menu or notice the config tab on the bag itself
Sexy Cooldown - interface menu
Hide Boss Frames
kgPanels - for options type /kgpanels config
Mapster - interface menu
MonkeyBuddy- interface menu
nibMicroMenu - interface menu
Omen - interface menu
Pitbull4 - for options type /pb
Prat - interface menu
Quartz - type /quartz
Raven - type /raven
Recount- interface menu or type /recount
SexyMap - interface menu or right click mini map
Skinner - interface menu
SLDataText - type /sldt
TipTac - type /tiptac
VanasKoS - interface menu
Moved various things around to make it seem less cramped.
Replaced Forte with Sexy Cooldown as the only thing I was using in Forte was the Cooldown Bar.
Changed settings for certain components to only show when in a party or raid.
Changed settings for certain components to only show when active (Cooldown bar and mouseover Bartender4 bars)