Archive for the ‘UI Mods’ Category

Autoprofit Addon

May 29, 2007

Autoprofit Addon

This mod enables you to to sell all your grey items with one click: The Autoprofit Addon

Credit goes to Joana for the introduction of this mod. Who else would dig up a mod that sells all your vendor trash quickly and easily except for the fastest leveler in the world?

It’s really neat for anyone. It does one thing and it does it well.

Just install it and you’ll see a new button on your trade screen when you visit any vendor as shown on the screenshot above. That’s it.

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Installing a Custom UI

May 28, 2007

Here’s 10 quick steps on how to install a custom UI in World of Warcraft.

1. Download the interface of your choice.

2. Extract the files to a folder on your desktop.

3. Open your WoW folder.

If using a PC, the typical default install path is:

C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft

If using a Macintosh, the typical default install path is:

Macintosh Main HD (or whatever you renamed it to, if you did)/Applications/World of Warcraft

4. In the WoW folder, create a new folder called Interface (if it doesn’t already exist)

5. Open that folder, create another one inside it, called AddOns (again, if it doesn’t already exist)

6. Open the AddOns folder

7. Copy the files from the folder on your desktop into the AddOns folder

8. Your final path should look like:

PC:

C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\< ModAName >\< files >
C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\< ModBName >\< files >
C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\< ModCName >\< files >

Mac:

Macintosh HD/Applications/World of Warcraft/Interface/Addons/< ModAName >/< files >
Macintosh HD/Applications/World of Warcraft/Interface/Addons/< ModBName >/< files >
Macintosh HD/Applications/World of Warcraft/Interface/Addons/< ModCName >/< files >

(where < ModA> < .B. > < .C. > are the names of the actual folders that the mods create)

9. Log into game. At the character select screen, there should be an “AddOns” button in the lower left corner. Click on that. If any of the mods in the list that pops up say “out of date” or some such, choose the “Load Outdated AddOns” option.

10. Up and running!

Frequent problem faced by users:

The UI should be saved in a single level folder. One of the most common reason that UI’s wont load is that there is a sub-folder inside the Custom UI Folder. If this is the case, it will not work.

OmniCC – Numeric Cooldown

May 14, 2007

OmniCC UI

Here’s a very simple mod called OmniCC, short for Omni Cooldown Count.

It shows numerical cooldowns in any slot that uses the default models for cooldown counts.

It’s very simple to install and requires almost no configuration. The only thing I do after installing it and starting WoW is write

/omnicc mmss

in the chat window. That will change OmniCC’s output to minutes and seconds instead of just minutes for cooldowns shorter than 3 minutes. So, for example, a 1 minute 29 second cooldown will be displayed as “1:29” instead of “1 m”.

Try It!