Did you do all this,
• Backup and then delete your WTF and Interface folders.
• Download the UI and extract it to your desktop.
• Open the Folder that matches your resolution (1920x1080, or 1680x1050) then drag the WTF and Interface folders into your WoW folder.
• Open the WTF folder and rename the appropriate folders with YOUR information. All 3 of these must be spelled 100% correctly. Additionally you should use your "old" account name if you have one. Meaning the all caps one you had before the battle.net conversion. If you created your account after the battle.net conversion and do not have an "old" account name, then use your battle.net account name (spelled correctly in e-mail format).
• Account Name (All Caps)
• Your Server Name (First Letter Cap and any punctuation)
• Your Character Name (First Letter Cap)
Dude truly awesome UI, downloaded last night, took less than 10 minutes to set it up and im lovin it.
Hats off to ya mate, my favorite so far.
Some of the addons in the pack have updates. They are still working fine but when i got to update gridstatusraiddebuff it says i will overwrite any changes to it. if i update it is there something i need to config or should i just leave it?
Sorry for late responses, I update every addon that is available to update with the curse client. The others remain unchanged. I am also working on a few modifications to the UI that can be heard about in the comments section over on wow interface. But in response to the raiddebuff question, you are fine to update it, overwriting it will not harm the package.
@Dusannn Honestly I don't know what to tell you man, the ui package only contains files for your interface, If you are having issues logging into the game after loading it I would try and contact blizzard, as this sounds like something that stems further than your WTF folder.
Love your UI
Question though, I didn't notice this till i got on an alt but there is no quest tracker.. is some other mod disabling it?
Excellent UI - going to have to give this a try when I finally get home.
One small question - which is probably a long shot, but you wouldn't happen to have this UI in 1366x768 resolution? (Standard widescreen laptop I think)
Appreciate all you do!
Really love this compilation, thank you for your effort putting it together.
After installing it, though, wow has been crashing for me (and my roommate as well). I believe his is only on logout, whereas mine is upon logout and login as well. I have had only a handful of crashes in years, and none recently, as in several months at least (I can't actually remember the last time it happened).
The error message I receive is:
This application has encountered a critical error:
Not enough storage is available to process this command.
Program: C:\Program Files (x86)\World of Warcraft\WoW.exe
Requested 4320 bytes of memory
Press OK to terminate the application.
I'm absolutely sure I have plenty of memory available on the machine. Along with this critical error message, I get the WoWError popup to send the info to Blizzard. I could supply that if it would help. Thank you for any assistance.
Ah, well. So I took all of 5 minutes after posting here and found what seems to be the solution. Deleting the Cache folder in the wow directory appears to have solved the issue. I'll just leave this here in case anyone else encounters it.
Wish i could help you more, but without the problem happening on my end, I cannot work towards a resolution, however since they don't interfere with gameplay, only when you are terminating the game, i guess that works for now.
Is this UI 100% functionally with the 4.0.1 Patch?
Also interested in how this works in 4.0.1 as this is a nice UI.