All right, team. The video you've all been waiting for is here: my Dragonflight 10.0.5 add-ons and UI update. I've got a lot of exciting videos planned for you guys, including tons of PVP, updated guides, and more. But I already know that this is the video you guys want the most, so let's get into it. My UI and add-ons are something I've been working on for a while, and they may look different at some point in the future. However, I know that people have voiced a lot of interest in getting an update for Dragonflight, so we're going to do that. One of the cool things about the default Blizz UI is that if you guys like this particular setup (which isn't that hard to set up), I can send it to you via an import code. There are a few different add-ons that I can do this with, but I'm not sure if I can do it with all of my add-ons. I can send along the base UI, but I'll also try to walk you through some of the settings I use for my other stuff, like mixed rolling battle text. Anyway, first things first: I can show you the general layout of my edit mode. I use an ultra-wide monitor, so some things might not look right if you import this. I've cut off my UI for stream purposes, but I'll send it along to you so you can play with it as you like. I like to have my action bars down here, my targets in the center of the screen, and my unit and focus frames here. I use an add-on called Quartz for the bars and stuff. But before we get ahead of ourselves, I'll just go through my add-ons one by one, and then we'll focus on the bigger add-ons over time. The first one is Ability Team Tracker, which shows you your team's cooldowns and allows you to customize which abilities and spells you want to track in arena. The next one is Auctioneer, which I use to do all my auctioning stuff. It pops up your auctions in a nice little window and makes it easy to sell stuff. After that is BigWigs, which is a boss mod that helps you keep track of boss abilities during raids and dungeons. There are a lot of other add-ons I use, but I'll go through them in more detail later. I hope this helps give you an idea of what to expect in the video and how you can set up your own UI and add-ons. That's my auctioning hat on. Let's see what else we have here. We have a Bank Stack, but I don't think this is important anymore, so I might just disable it. This was an add-on that I needed at one point to sort my bags, but now it's one of the things that is in the default Blizz UI. If you guys have Cleanup Bags, you can click that button and you're good to go, so I don't really need this one anymore. We also have Battleground Enemies. This is an add-on that shows you your enemies in battlegrounds, kind of like Gladius. It shows you DRS, HP, and who's carrying the flag. It's pretty helpful for battlegrounds. We can do the same kind of thing and have a little overlay for that. It should be great. Big Debuffs is an add-on that I think does require a little bit of tinkering. The thing about it is it only shows one debuff or buff. You can go into the add-on and change the priority of which debuffs are more important to you. The only issue I don't like is that it only shows one thing. For example, if a Rogue has Shadow Blades and Evasion popped, it would only show Shadow Blades on the debuff side. This is a weakness of the add-on, and I'm going to try to figure out if I can make Threat Plates show me multiple buffs on the target without showing me every single buff. Threat Plates is an add-on that shows you a target's threat level and helps you manage your own threat. It's helpful for tanks in dungeons and raids. Finally, we have Tidy Plates, which is an add-on that changes the look of your enemy nameplates in combat. It's helpful for keeping track of which mobs are active and which are not. Cool add-on, it allows me to move frames that I wouldn't normally be able to move. This is useful because, for example, if I have an ultra-wide monitor, I can keep the frame wherever I want it. Additionally, you can go into the options in the add-on and tell it to remember the position of the frame so that it stays there every time. Details is a damage tracker that can do a lot of cool stuff, like track your DPS, buff uptime, and see whether certain enchants proc. It can also track your spells and show you how much damage they did. Diminish is an add-on that tracks diminishing returns on your opponents. Gladius is an Arena add-on that shows you your opponents' specs, cast bars, debuffs, trinkets, diminishing returns, racial abilities, and dispels. It can also show you your own abilities and debuffs. PVP Cloak Helper is an add-on that helps you track enemy stealth in Battlegrounds. Omen is a threat meter that helps you manage your threat level. Finally, WeakAuras is an add-on that allows you to create customizable alerts for a variety of things, like cooldowns, buffs, and debuffs. The Mapster add-on is helpful because it shows you the location of profession trainers, rare mobs, and secrets on the map. Scrolling Battle Text is an add-on that displays notifications, such as killing blows, interrupts, and reflects. To configure it, you can create custom scroll areas and set events, like incoming and outgoing notifications, to output into them. You can also customize the appearance of the text, like making it always sticky. Mix Rolling Battle Text is similar to Scrolling Battle Text, but it allows you to mix different sources of text, like damage, healing, and cooldowns, into a single scroll area. Finally, Quartz is a casting bar add-on that can help you track your casts and lag. It also has features like latency and pushback display, as well as customizable bars and timers. Necrosis is an add-on that adds a bar for tracking your soul shards, as well as other features like a timer for summoning stones. The add-on Battle Text Restores removed interface options that were removed in Legion. My Slot is an add-on that allows you to transfer UI elements, like macros and keybindings, from one character to another. Nice Damage is an add-on that changes the font of your damage text. Omnibar is an Arena add-on that shows the cooldowns of enemy abilities. It is helpful for knowing when to use certain abilities or to anticipate enemy actions. Ovale is an add-on that helps you optimize your rotation by showing you what abilities to use and when. You can customize the script that it uses to fit your class and spec. Finally, PlateBuffs is an add-on that displays a list of buffs and debuffs on enemy nameplates. It can help you keep track of important debuffs that you should be dispelling or that you need to play around. So then you go back and it should be fine. It's still showing that, just because this thing is trolling me. But yeah, whatever. Why is it saying that? Oh, for oh, okay I see. Because we're looking at a product which doesn't even head out of this one, so we go to arms and then it's enabled those who aren't even enabled for Fury. If it had to be 89 seconds, but you know that's fine for now, as we go back time of the sword should show this, but it doesn't because this game is annoyed. But anyway, that's the idea. That's how it's supposed to work. It's kind of like not working. Oh, I see. Because I need to do this one, like it's gonna be like nope, you can't do that and I probably won't be able to type either there. That says it's 34 seconds. Some of these don't like it when you try to slide it into position. It's like it has to be, um, yeah. Look at this. It won't let you type it in. It has to be like typed. It has to be like dragged into place. Let's see. Okay, you know what? At this point, I would rather it be 89 seconds. You know what? Fine. Honestly fine. That way you're not gonna be like, I couldn't believe you had Perry. Okay, dude. You know what? 29 seconds, that's what it is. Never mind, um, that'll be fine. But regardless, that's the idea. It's tracking the cooldowns of your opponents, and knowing when kidneys are available. For some reason, it's still a 20 second cooldown, so you've got to keep an eye on that. That's just a super helpful add-on. Get in there and play around with it, whether it decides to be obedient or not. You know, it is what it is. At least it'll show 90 for arms. Perhaps we can we can hope, we can dream, but that's that's a very excellent add-on despite its, uh, belligerence sometimes in terms of changing the actual cooldowns. Custom postal is my mailbox add-on. I don't even know if I need this anymore, but it is what I use to open up all my mail at once. I don't think I have any mail right now because I actually did open my mail when I logged in to make this video, but it allows you to open all your mail at once, things like that. I don't know. I'm not sure what's actually a default feature or not at this point, but that's what I use for the mail. Uh, chords are these nice big old cast bars that I use. So like, I can have my normal frame here, the target frame here, and then the focus frame right there. Then you can go in there and edit that by doing slash quartz and toggling the bar lock. World of Warcraft, what are you doing? What are you doing? Well, uh, toggling the bar lock, that's what allows you to kind of just move your bars around, drag them around, and then you can sort of click this button to adjust the width, the height, and the scale, and whatnot of your actual bars. For the target, this does all this stuff too. It can track your GCDs, it can track a bunch of different Buffs, which I don't have right now. This could actually be a good way to track all the Buffs that I want to Everything else because there's not really much to talk about as much. Um, I'll come back to that real quick. Trophy gcd is just this add-on that shows my moves. So you'll see, like right here it shows, like, leap. If I rally, it'll show rally. If I blade someone, it'll show bladestorm. It's just something I use for mostly streaming, just so people can be like, 'What's this rotation?' and then you can see the buttons I press and that's kind of neat, kind of helpful. It's something you guys can remember if you're ever wondering what I'm pressing. The Venture plan doesn't do anything anymore, so we're going to disable that. Lust detector is in this and it's helpful for what I'm doing, pug raids, and people keep blessing at the wrong time. Like, 'Who's doing that?' We'll actually find out. Um, reflex is a neat add-on that shows you your Arena matches that you've been in and stuff, and BG's. You can kind of track your win-loss and see what you thought, see what MMR was of each team. It's pretty neat. Astro keys I think just automatically links your keys to people if they type 'SMH Mark Keys', which is cool. Deadly boss mods is what I use in PVE to just tell me what to do. It's kind of nice. It's like Gladiator lhasa for PBE. It's good. Just like tells you to move out of fire. It's like, 'Okay, this thing is doing a big attack, press a defensive.' Okay, cool, nice. So that's DBM. It helps a lot in PVE. I used to use bagged on, but now World of Warcraft does bags just on their own. So that leaves us with two things that are somewhat in depth. Um, threat plates is actually really easy because I can just straight up give you my import link for that. The weak auras are different because I have to give you each individual weak aura. And we have a couple of them tracked and uploaded on my stream. So like this one right here, this stats weak aura right here that shows you my stats in real time. You can just go to the stream and type '!stats wa'. There are alert things or like, 'siphoning goes down' or somebody's using offensive cooldowns. You can type '!alerts wa' and I'll try to keep those updated. I think pretty soon here, I'm actually gonna have a '!mez wa' because Mez is a fantastic PVP player, tournament player, um, let's see, Champion, I think, most on their team when they won BlizzCon. I think some people are saying, 'Hey, what's up?' 'What's up guys, doing a video real quick.' Yeah, hello, say hey, just doing a vid. But yeah, Mez puts together a nice weak aura pack and you can either go check out his stream for that. But maybe I'll have to put one in my stream too, just people know what's up. Um, so yeah, maybe we'll put 'SMH Mark meds wa' in the chat because there's lots of weak auras that could be helpful. But there's like, really little things, like, once again, I'm not a weak aura whiz, but you can pretty easily make simple pre-made auras from templates like the sweeping strikes and overpower me, tracking those for myself. I just made a really simple weak, You can do anything with weak auras. Luxthos is also a buddy of mine and he makes some absolutely insane weak aura packs. Um, and he's another guy to check out. But, like, once again, you can do anything with weak auras. You can do anything with every add-on in the world of Warcraft, basically, just like a weak aura. So, you can do some insane stuff. But tracking enemy cooldowns when they pop up is very helpful. Right, so you can look into that and we can try to give you some of these weak auras. I'll see if I can show you what I mean. Like, it's like this is off my screen. There we go. Sorry. Um, but yeah, we can provide these to you guys. I just can't really put them all in the video, I don't think. But maybe the description can be packed with weak aura stuff. We'll see. But you can definitely swing by the stream and use the commands, and we can help you with that. Um, so that's one thing that we can help you with that is pretty intense. Another thing about threat plates is I can just go to my profile and export it for you. So, if you like the way this looks, where I have the debuffs right above the target, and then I have the CC's way above, a little bit bigger, so you can see all the CC's and stuff, then we can send that to you. I'm going to be working on some experimental threat plate settings, though, to try to help the big debuff issue. So, stay tuned for that if you're interested. But this is what I have basically, where my target that I actually click on is quite a bit bigger than the targets that I'm not clicking on. But if you're hitting a lot of stuff, it'll just stack up like that. But yeah, that's the basic idea right there. If you like that, then we'll just put in an export for you and check it out. But you can do a lot of cool stuff with threat plates. Like, you can get in there and mess around with totems. There are a few add-ons that I use in World of Warcraft. One is Threat Plates, which shows debuffs above the target and CCs above that in a larger font. I can provide an export of my Threat Plates setup if you like the way it looks. Another is Weak Auras, which allows me to track enemy cooldowns and displays alerts for certain events in game. I have a few Weak Auras uploaded on my stream, and you can check them out by typing "!stats wa" or "!alerts wa" in the chat. I also use OmniBar to track enemy abilities, and Mixed Feelings Battle Text to customize my damage and healing output display. Other add-ons I use include Gladius for arena tracking, Postal for mass mail opening, and Quartz for cast bars. I used to use Raider IO, but it's now built into the game. I also have Smart Tab Target and Re-Tab Binder for tab targeting, and Cell Junk to sell my junk items. Deadly Boss Mods helps with PVE content, and Reflex shows my arena and BG matches. Astro Keys links keybinds to people when they type "SMH Mark Keys," and Save Q prevents leaving the queue. Finally, I have Trophy GCD, which shows the buttons I press in my rotation, and Lust Detector, which shows who's using offensive cooldowns at the wrong time in a pug raid. This is just my setup, but I encourage you to check out some add-ons that interest you and use or don't use them as you prefer. You can try out some of my exported profiles to get started, and then adjust them as needed. I hope you're having a great time gaming and streaming on dragonflight, and if you want to see more of what I'm up to, make sure to follow my stream on Twitch, subscribe on YouTube, and enable notifications on those platforms. 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Bajheera Dragonflight 10.0 Addons & UI Update - Threat Plates, Omnibar, MSBT & Layout Settings
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