HoTs and DoTs: A Restoration Druid and Shadow Priest

Tag Archives: Raid Frames

Improving the Interface Using Addons: VuhDo (Raid Frames)

Both Cass and I have tried several Raid Frame Addons and both of us have been using VuhDo for several months. And we both love it. VuhDo looks great, gives you all the customisation of Grid, and is as easy to use as Healbot.

The Evolution of My UI: Final

Thank you to everyone who commented on my recent UI Evolution post! As promised, here is a screenshot and breakdown of my final UI. Along with the visual display, I’ve also listed and linked each mod I use so anyone who sees something they like, can download and give it a try.

The Evolution of My UI

Over the years I have played WoW my UI has changed. From using the standard interface, to dabbling with mods, I have slowly “evolved” to what I feel is a more sophisticated and user friendly interface for my game play. My biggest challenge has been mod customisation. I need things to be pretty user friendly after install otherwise it is all too much and I give up on the mod all together. I went through my screenshot folder today and have picked out pictures of my many UI attempts some of which are quite embarrassing but I’m going to share anyway!

Improving the Interface using Addons 7 – Decursive (Cleansing and Dispelling)

If you already have a good raid frame system set up you can use that to monitor magic, curses, diseases and poisons. However, if you’d like to have a separate, stand-alone Addon for quick click removal of nasty stuff I’d recommend Decursive.

Improving the Interface using Addons 6 – Grid (Raid Frames)

If you’ve wanted to try Grid but don’t know where to start you’ve come to the right place. Grid is intended to replace the default UI raid frames – you know, the groups 1-5 that you have dragged onto your screen from the Social>Raid window.

Improving the Interface using Addons 2 – Resources

My interface needs a complete overhaul. In this issue (part two) I will share the resources and some terminology that I learnt along the way and perhaps save you some time on your own journey to a better interface.