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MookUI - An AddOns Compilation for "World of Warcraft"

NOTE: the MookUI Compilation has not been publicly updated since WoW Patch 2.4.3 (July 2008), and it's unlikely that it ever will. Much of the information on this page regarding individual AddOns may still be useful, though, so I'm leaving the page up as-is.

Compiled and maintained by: Mook (Spytte, of Steamwheedle Cartel)
Current Version: 08-22-2008 (Blizzard patch 2.4.3 compatible)
Homepage: http://www.themook.net/mookui (this document)
Support/Bug Reports: http://www.themook.net/mookui-forum
Download Sites:

TheMook.Net: http://www.themook.net/downloads/index.php?act=category&id=11
WowInterface.com: http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info6601-MookUI.html

Donations: please see below for a quick word on donations to Mook and the MookUI
All downloads, files, and access to TheMook.Net are absolutely, 100% FREE!
Any random donations assist directly with paying for server hosting and bandwidth.

TABLE of CONTENTS

Introduction & Welcome
Screenshots
Video Clips
Installation
Setup
Known Issues
Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.)
AddOns
Change Log
Donations

Appendices
Macros (General and Interface)
Video Clips of Older Versions

Introduction & Welcome (top)

Thanks for downloading the MookUI collection of AddOns. These are the AddOns that I use myself, currently about 100+, and for the most part they play together very nicely. They definitely increase my enjoyment of the game, and I hope you will find them just as useful.

I remember when I first learned about AddOns after using the default Blizzard interface for many, many months - I was excited by the prospect of being able to customize the game experience, but was completely overwhelmed by the sheer volume and variety of AddOns available; I was also deathly afraid that I would somehow 'break' something, or mess my game up beyond repair.

I'm here to tell you - you can use AddOns if you want to! Installing and configuring AddOns for the game is not overly hard - if you can download a file from the internet, unzip it, and move it around on your machine, you can install your own AddOns (and if you can't do those things now, you can learn to). The community is very active and very helpful - questions can always be asked at the official Blizzard UI forums, and I also maintain my own MookUI support forum. So back up your WTF and Interface folders (always, always, always, just in case!), and start digging in!

It's important to note that I am NOT the author of any of these AddOns, just a very grateful end user. I offer a truly sincere Thank You! to all those authors who have spent so much time and energy enhancing the game for all of us - please reward their efforts by giving praise, encouragement, and donations whenever able.

Is the MookUI Right for Me?

To help you decide if this collection is a good fit for you:

There are a couple different ways to use the AddOns from MookUI:

Again, thanks for downloading - I hope this collection helps you improve both your interface and your game experience.

Enjoy!

Mook
http://www.themook.net

Screenshots (top)

(Click images for larger size)

1440x900

No Target
With Target
In Combat
Bank and Bags
Party Frames
Raid Frames
With Pet
Frames Open
List of AddOns

Video Clips (top)

Quick Combat Clip (0:44) - version MookUI_08-22-2008 (current version)
A short clip showing the MookUI "in action", to give a feel for how it runs during gameplay.

YouTube (streaming) | Download (19mb, .MPG format)

For clips of older versions, also see Video Clips of Older Versions.

Installation (top)

(see also this brief guide at Wowinterface.com)

The MookUI compilation contains current versions of roughly 100+ AddOns, listed below.

There are two separate folders in the downloaded .zip file - 'Interface' contains the actual AddOns, 'WTF' contains copies of the AddOn configuration files for use at a resolution of 1440x900 (widescreen) and a UI Scale of 0.64. If you are using different settings, you may want to use just the 'Interface' folder and leave the 'WTF' alone.

Also, there are a lot of AddOns included in this compilation - it's likely that you will not want or need all of them. If it seems a little overwhelming trying to configure them all, it might be easier to just enable a few at a time, then add more as they are configured to your liking. Also see Which AddOns Should I Use? for more information on choosing which AddOns to enable/disable.

* * * BEFORE INSTALLING, PLEASE BACKUP/RENAME YOUR "INTERFACE" AND "WTF" FOLDERS * * *

I cannot stress this enough. It only takes a few seconds, and in the unlikely event that something goes wrong, or if you simply decide you don't want to use these AddOns, it is much, much easier to restore your original settings than try to recreate them from scratch. All of the folders referred to in this ReadMe are inside your main "World of Warcraft" folder (where you have the game installed), usually something like:

C:\Games\World of Warcraft\WTF\
C:\Games\World of Warcraft\Interface\

To install the MookUI AddOns, unzip the file "MookUI_xx-xx-xxxx.zip" (the actual file will include a date, like "MookUI_03-26-2008.zip") to your hard drive - inside you will find two folders (in addition to the "MookUI_readme.txt" file, and an internet shortcut to this document):

EXAMPLE
My login name is 'Pikachu', and I play a character named 'Joeblow' on the Medivh server. I download the "MookUI_xx-xx-xxxx.zip" file and unzip it to my computer.

My final folder structure would look like this:

C:\Games\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\**all the MookUI AddOns**
C:\Games\World of Warcraft\WTF\Account\PIKACHU\Medivh\Joeblow\

Setup (top)

Which AddOns Should I Use?

Because MookUI encompasses so many popular AddOns, affecting nearly every facet of the interface and gameplay, you may want to customize which AddOns you enable and disable for your character(s). The categories below should help you with this - follow any link for more information and screenshots.

Core

The most basic "building blocks" of how MookUI looks on-screen; though listed as Core, even these AddOns can be disabled or replaced as desired.

Bartender3 - action bar
PitBull - unit frames
Prat - chat settings and customization
Quartz - casting bars
ScrollingCombatText - customizable replacement for the Blizzard 'floating combat text'
simpleMinimap - minimap customization

Class

These AddOns are only specific to certain classes, or types of classes (like casters).

Decursive - debuff removal (caster)
DrDamage - detailed spell information in tooltip (caster)
eeShards - shard tracking and management (Warlock)
FuBar_AnkhTimerFu - ankh/reincarnation timer (Shaman)
FuBar_PetInFu - pet information (Hunter/Warlock/Mage[Frost])
GFW_FeedOMatic - pet feeding (Hunter)
GFW_HuntersHelper - displays tameable abilities in tooltip (Hunter)
GotWood - totem timer (Shaman)
GrimoireKeeper - known grimoires tracker (Warlock)
ICU - minimap tracking (Hunter)
K Hunter Timers - timer bars for Hunter abilities/traps (Hunter)
LittleTrouble - auto-shot timer bar (Hunter)
NComboBar - combo point frame (Rogue/Druid)
Numen - totem manager (Shaman)
PitBull_ComboPoints - combo points on unit frames (Rogue/Druid)
PitBull_DruidManaBar - mana bar while shapeshifted (Druid)
PitBull_EstimatedHeals - displays estimated heals on health bars (healer)

Tradeskills

Only useful for specific skills, or if you spend a lot of time on a variety of skills.

Cartographer_Herbalism - records herb nodes on the world map (Herbalism)
Cartographer_Mining - records mining nodes on the world map (Mining)
Craftlist2 - allows players to whisper you to find out what items/enchants you can offer (Enchanting and Crafting)
FishingAce - streamlines the fishing process (Fishing)
FuBar_SkillsPlusFu - displays all your skills on mouseover (all)
FuBar_tcgTradeskills - displays all your Alt characters' skills on mouseover (all)
FuBar_TrainerFu - tracks available and upcoming trainable abilities
GFW_DisenchantPredictor - shows what a given item will likely disenchant into (Enchanting)
MasterTradeSkills - adds recipe data to ingredient tooltip (all)
ProfessionsBook - displays all of your characters' skills and professions (all)
ReagentData - library dependency for MasterTradeSkills (all)
Skillet - tradeskill window replacement (all)
TradeJunkie - displays recipes you don't yet know (all)

Data Collection/Tracking

These AddOns keep track of loot tables, mob info, combat stats, and other large groups of data that not everyone finds useful.

AtlasLoot - searchable loot tables
Cartographer_InstanceLoot - adds loot data to instance maps
Cartographer_InstanceMaps - maps of instances
Cartographer_InstanceNotes - notes on instances
Cartographer_Professions - displays profession info on the worldmap
Cartographer_Trainers - displays NPC trainers on the worldmap
Cartographer_Vendors - displays NPC vendors on the worldmap
FuBar_TopScoreFu - records 'high scores' (normal damage and crits)
Ludwig - item database of all items encountered in-game
MobInfo2 - adds mob information to the tooltip
Possessions - item database of all items your character and all alts own
Recount - records combat stats and data

Grouping/Raiding

If you play mostly solo, these may not be useful to you.

DeadlyBossMods - assistance for dungeon/boss fights
FuBar_CharmsFu - quick access to the Raid icons menu
Grid, GridStatusHots, GridStatusMissingBuffs, and GridIndicatorSideIcons - small but very useful raid frames
LootHog - displays party loot rolls
LootSpy - displays loot when rolled for (including number of Needs/Greeds)
Omen - threat meter
oRA2 - Raid assist
XLootGroup - loot rool window replacement
XLootMonitor - tracks loot history

Guild

These are only useful if you are in a Guild.

Cartographer_GuildPositions - displays guild members (using this AddOn) on the worldmap
FuBar_GuildFu - displays online guild members on mouseover

Battlegrounds/PvP

AddOns applying only to Battlegrounds/PvP.

Capping - displays bar timers for various battleground events
Cartographer_Battlegrounds - adds battleground maps to the world map
FuBar_HonorFu - tracks your PvP honor
ScoreboardSummary - replaces the battlegrounds end-game scoreboard

Meta

AddOns that affect other AddOns.

!BugGrabber - redirects Lua errors to the BugSack (below)
ACP - allows in-game loading/unloading of Load-on-Demand AddOns
Align - puts a grid overlay on-screen to help in positioning UI elements
BugSack - collects Lua errors for later review
ErrorMonster - redirects common in-game error and system messages to the chat frame SharedMedia - texture and media file library
!StopTheSpam - suppresses AddOn loading spam

Useful

All of these AddOns are good at what they do and useful, but are not in any way critical to the playing of the game - they are only 'nice touches', and can be disabled without affecting game play much.

ArkInventory - bag replacement
AuldLangSyne - adds notes to the Friends/Guild/Ignore lists
Automaton - automates a variety of mundane in-game tasks
AutoProfitX - automatically sells grey items
BattleCry - customizable emotes tied to events
beql - quest log replacement
BindingsReminder - graphical display of key bindings
BulkMail2/BulkMailInbox2 - improved mailbox functions, including autosending of user-specified items
BuyEmAll - item stack enhancement
Cartographer - world map replacement
Cartographer_Coordinates - adds coordinates to the world map
Cartographer_Foglight - shows unexplored areas on the world map
Cartographer_GroupColors - recolors the icons of raid groups on the world map
Cartographer_LookNFeel - options for Cartographer's look
Cartographer_Notes - adds user notes to the world map
Cartographer_POI - adds 'Points of Interest' to the world map
Cartographer_Waypoints - shows an arrow to selected waypoints
Cartographer_ZoneInfo - adds zone info to the world map
CCBreaker - displays who breaks crowd control
ClassTimer - bar display of various class abilities
ClearFont2 - adds font options to other AddOns
ClosetGnome - automatic switching of equipment sets
ClosetGnome_Banker - storing and retrieving of equipment sets at the bank
ClosetGnome_Mount - automatic switching when mounted/dismounted
ClosetGnome_Switcher - enables the equipment switching
CooldownTimers2 - bar display of ability cooldowns
CowTip - tooltip modification
CritAlert - plays custom sound file on critical hits
Crowbar - one-click opening of all containers in inventory
cyCircled - variety of skins for action buttons
Eavesdrop - graphical combat log
eePanels2 - creates movable, customizable background panels
ElkBuffBars - buff/debuff bar display
EnhancedColourPicker - copy/paste color info
EnhancedFlightMap - adds flight paths and times to the world map
EQCompare - compares items to what you currently have equipped
Examiner - character inspect replacement
Fizzle - shows equipment durability on the character pane
FreeRefills - automatically buys user-defined vendor items
FuBar - customizable plug-in bar
FuBar_AlarmClockFu - clock with two alarms
FuBar_AmmoFu - ammo count
FuBar_AuditorFu - tracks all incoming and outgoing gold
Fubar_Auto_LootFu - auto-loot toggling
FuBar_BagFu - displays bag count
FuBar_BabelFu - toggles known languages
FuBar_DurabilityFu - shows current item durability
Fubar_EmoteFu - easy access to the emote menu
FuBar_ExperienceFu - shows xp data
FuBar_FriendsFu - Friends list on mouseover
FuBar_ItemBonusesFu - displays all item bonuses on mouseover
FuBar_LogFu2 - toggles combat/chat logging on and off
FuBar_MicroMenuFu - menu bar replacement
FuBar_PerformanceFu - displays FPS, latency, etc.
FuBar_QuestsFu - quest log replacement
FuBar_RecZone - shows recommended zones and instances for your level
FuBar_RestFu - shows the rest status of all your characters on mouseover
FuBar_SpeedFu - displays your current speed as a percentage
FuBar_TransporterFu - dropdown list of all available transportation
HitsMode - combat log replacement
Identity - adds alts and aliases to chat channels
LightHeaded - incredibly helpful quest help and tips (taken from Wowhead comments)
Links - allows displaying more than one linked item at a time
MobsToLevel - displays how many more mobs are needed to level
MrPlow - bag and inventory sorter (note: sorts the 'real' bags as well as the ArkInventory 'virtual' bags
OmniCC - puts cooldown timers on the Bartender3 buttons
oTweaks - in-game setting modifications
Paparazzi - screenshot enhancements
PlayerMenu - adds options to the right-click player menu
PowerAuras - graphic display of character buffs/debuffs
RatingBuster - compares item bonuses
SendSelf - adds your alts to the mail 'To:' line
Sheppard - warns if your target is crowd-controlled
SmartBuff - reminds when buffs need to be reapplied
SpamSentry - blocks in-game spam
SpellAlertSCT - displays spell alerts when those around you cast a spell or use an ability
StopTheSpam - suppresses AddOn loading spam
Talented - talent window replacement and calculator
TalentReminder - reminds of unspent talent points
TinyPad - in-game notepad
TrinketMenu - monitors and swaps trinkets
WIM - whisper management
XLoot - loot window replacement
XPBarNone - XP bar replacement
ZMobDB Advanced4 - animated unit portraits

Using the Interface and WTF Folder (top)

(NOTE: the following screenshots are from a prior version of MookUI; most of the steps remain the same, however, and this section should still be useful in setting up).

From the Character Select screen, click the 'AddOns' button and check 'Load out of date AddOns'. Then from the list, disable any AddOns you won't be using (see the Which AddOns Should I Use? section for more help with this). Finally, click the 'Enter World' button - your screen should look something like this:

To adjust the resolution and UI Scale, hit 'ESC' and go to the 'Video Settings'; choose a resolution of 1440x900, check the 'Use UI Scale' box, and drag the scale slider all the way left to 0.64. Hit 'Okay' and the game will reload - your screen should then look like this:

To get rid of the Recap window, click the 'X' on its title bar - you can reopen it at any time by typing "/recap" (NOTE: Recap is no longer included with MookUI as of version 03-26-2008). To see all the Bartender3 bars, type "/bt3 lock" - you can then reposition the Stance Bar (or any others) by dragging them, then type "/bt3 lock" again to lock them in place. Here's the screen with all bars shown:

The top and bottom FuBars may not be as wide as the screen yet - to drag them wider, position the cursor over the right-hand end of the bar until the cursor becomes a sword - you can drag the bars even if they are not visible, as long as you keep the left button held down - here's a picture of the top FuBar before resizing, and the bottom FuBar after resizing:

To move the Omen threat frame, click 'Omen' on the bottom FuBar and it will appear - you can then drag it wherever you like:

And that's it! You may need to tweak a few AddOns as you go, but for the most part you're done. Your screen should look like this:

If you do have any problems, be sure to check the Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.) and Known Issues. You can also post to the MookUI Support Forum if your question isn't covered in the ReadMe.

Using the Interface Folder Only (top)

(NOTE: the following screenshots are from a prior version of MookUI; most of the steps remain the same, however, and this section should still be useful in setting up).

Without using the included WTF folder you'll need to configure the AddOns manually. It is entirely possible to recreate the look of the MookUI as seen in various screenshots by configuring things yourself (after all, that's how I created the MookUI in the first place!), but it takes a little work.

Assuming you're already using a widescreen resolution and/or UI Scale of 0.64, your screen should look something like this when you first log in - don't panic, it looks like a huge mess but it's pretty simple to clean up:

To get rid of the Recap window, click the 'X' on its title bar - you can reopen it at any time by typing "/recap" (NOTE: Recap is no longer included with MookUI as of version 03-26-2008); to close the WIM options window, click the outermost 'X' on its window - you can reopen it at any time by typing "/wim":

Before closing the SmartBuff v2.2a Options window, check the 'Hide action button' box and the 'Hide minimap button' box; then drag the window that reads "Demo Text Font: MailTextFontNormal" to where you want the SmartBuff alerts to appear; finally, click the 'FS' button to cycle through alert fonts and sizes until you find the one you want, then click the 'X' on the options window to close it - you can reopen it at any time by typing "/sb menu":

To make a little "room", drag the 'GotWood?' frame, the TradeDispenser bar, and the XPBarNone bar out of the way:

Next, drag your PitBull Player unit frame down out of the way; click it once to target yourself, then drag your Target and Target of Target unit frames down as well. There are a lot of PitBull options, so you can customize your unit frames to your heart's content once everything else is good to go:

Now drag the Item Cooldowns and CDT frames down out of the way - you can Alt-left click to display test bars on each, position them where you want, then Alt-left click again to hide the test bars, and, finally, Shift-left click to hide the frame anchors:

To hide the SWStats frame in the center of the screen (the one with the red header bar), click the 'X' (NOTE: SWStats is no longer included with MookUI as of version 01-04-2008).:

Then, drag the ElkBuffBars frame where you want them ("Buffs & Tracking"), right-click the anchor bar, and uncheck the 'Show Anchor' box:

Drag the CooldownTimer alert frame ("%s ready!") where you want it, then Shift-left click to lock and hide:

For Decursive, drag the Decursive frame where you want it, then click the 'X' to hide - you can reopen it at any time by typing "/dcrshow". Then drag the Decursive Miniunitframe by Alt-left clicking the small blue box above it:

Drag the Loot Monitor and Loot Rolls anchors where you want them, then Right-click and uncheck 'Show Anchor' to hide:

To clear away some of the Minimap icons: type "/wim" and uncheck 'Show Minimap icon' to remove WIM; type "/mi2", on the General tab uncheck 'Show Minimap Button', check 'Instead of MobInfo-Tooltip use the Game-Tooltip', and on the Tooltip tab check 'Press ALT Key for Mob info'; type "/rock" and choose 'AddOn Preferences' from the dropdown menu, then uncheck 'Show Minimap Icon'; finally, drag the DAGAssist icon wherever you want:

Move the minimap down so it isn't overlapping with the top FuBar; to configure further, type "/rock" and choose SimpleMinimap from the dropdown menu:

There are quite a lot of FuBar plugins that don't need to be shown on the FuBar in order to function, and can be configured through "/rock" instead ... I usually choose 'Hide Plugin' for all the following: AuldLangSyne, Bartender3, Bayi's Extended Quest Log, BigBrother, ClassTimer, ClearFont2, CooldownTimers2, CyCircled, Decursive, DrDamage, ElkBuffBars, and oRA2. Then, type "/rock", choose FuBar from the dropdown menu, and check 'Auto-hide bottom panels' and 'Auto-hide top panels':

To change the action buttons skin, type "/rock", choose CyCircled from the dropdown menu, and change the Skin setting to 'LiteStep: XLT'. Type "/bt3 lock" to show all the Bartender3 bars, right-click on any bar to get its individual options, move bars where you want them, then type "/bt3 lock" again to relock:

Finally, configure the XPBarNone to your liking (type "/rock, choose XPBarNone from the dropdown menu) and move it where you want, then right-click on the GotWood frame to lock it:

That's it, you're done! It's a little rough around the edges and will need a bit more individual polish, but it should be good enough as a starting base.

If you do have any problems, be sure to check the Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.) and Known Issues. You can also post to the MookUI Support Forum if your question isn't covered in the ReadMe.

Known Issues (top)

Bug reports, suggestions, support, and F.A.Q. can be found on the MookUI forum at: http://www.themook.net/mookui-forum

Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.) (top)

Questions can be posted to the MookUI forum at: http://www.themook.net/mookui-forum, and may be included in future revisions of this document.

Q. What is that squeaky voice saying 'fatality' sometimes?
A. This is the notification sound from the BugSack AddOn, telling you that an error message was intercepted and sent to the BugSack. To disable the sound, type "/bs mute" in the chatbox. You can also use your own .WAV sound file by renaming it 'error.wav' and overwriting the one found in the BugSack folder.

Q. How can I move/change the action bars?
A. Type "/bt3 lock" in the chatbox to show all Bartender3 bars - you can right-click on individual bars to access more options.

Q. How do I disable the extra confirmation when trying to spend more than 1 gold at the Auction House?
A. This is from the Fence AddOn - to disable the confirmation check, type "/fence bw toggle" in the chatbox.

Q. How can I see what I have in my bank without being at the bank?
A. The addon ArkInventory takes care of this - on the normal Keybindings menu set a key for "Toggle Bank".

Q. Where can I download the most current copy of the MookUI compilation?
A. The most current information about the MookUI can always be found at: http://www.themook.net/mookui
It is also maintained at the following mirrors:
tabCurse-Gaming: http://www.curse.com/downloads/details/5272/
tabWowInterface.com: http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info6601-MookUI.html
tabIncGamers.com: http://wowui.incgamers.com/?p=mod&m=3724

Q. Where do I find other AddOns that aren't in the MookUI compilation (or updates for AddOns that are)?
A. Here are the main websites that I watch for new and updated AddOns:
tabWoW Ace Wiki: http://www.wowace.com
tabCurse Gaming: http://wow.curse-gaming.com
tabIncGamers.com: http://wowui.incgamers.com/
tabWoW Interface: http://www.wowinterface.com
tabCT Mod: http://www.ctmod.net/

Another excellent resource for AddOns discussion and support is the official World of Warcraft "UI & Macros" forum:
http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/board.html?forumId=11114&sid=1

Which AddOn Is This? (top)

Sometimes with so many AddOns, it can be difficult to tell which one is controlling which part of the interface. Below I've tried to list the most common UI elements and which AddOn affects them.

Things Seen On-Screen

Action Bars: Bartender3

Bags and Bank: ArkInventory

Bars at Top and Bottom: FuBar

Casting Bars: Quartz

Character Effects (appear only when Stunned, Silenced, etc.): PowerAuras

Chat: Prat

Combo Points: NComboBar

Inspect Characters: Examiner

Loot Frame and Tracking: XLoot

Minimap: simpleMinimap

Notepad: TinyPad

Quest Log: Beyi's Extended Quest Log

Quest Info: Lightheaded

Small Squares (micro unit frames that turn red when a party member is debuffed): Decursive

Stats Tracker (combat and healing): Recount

Target Portrait (over minimap): ZMobDB Advanced4

Talent Window: Talented

Threat Meter: Omen

Timer Bars (above Focus and Target of Target): ClassTimer

Timer Bars (cooldowns): Cooldown Timers 2

Timer Bars (Player Buffs): ElkBuffBars

Tooltips: CowTip

Totem Bar: Numen

Totem Timers: GotWood

Tradeskills: Skillet

Trinkets: TrinketMenu

Unit Frames (including Player, Target, ToT, Focus, Party, Raid): PitBull

Whispers: WIM

World Map: Cartographer

XP Bar: XPBarNone

Behavior

Auto-decline Group, NPC Gossip, etc.: Automaton

Auto-sell Grey Items: AutoprofitX

Crowd Control Warning: Sheppard

AddOns - Table (top)

!BugGrabber
ACP
Align (/align)
ArkInventory (/arkinv)
AtlasLoot (/atlasloot)
AuldLangSyne (/auldlangsyne)
Automaton (/automaton)
AutoprofitX (/autoprofit)
Bartender3 (/bt3 lock)
BattleCry
BeyiExtendedQuestLog (/beql)
BindingsReminder
BugSack (/bugsack, /bs, /bs show all)
BulkMail2/BulkMailInbox2 (/bm)
BuyEmAll
Capping (/capping)
Cartographer
CCBreaker
ClassTimer (/classtimer)
ClearFont2 (/clearfont)
ClosetGnome (/closetgnome, /cg)
CooldownTimers2 (/cooldowntimers, /cdt)
CowTip (/cowtip)
CraftList2 (/cl2)
CritAlert
Crowbar
CyCircled (/cycircled)
Decursive (/decursive, /dcr)
DeadlyBossMods (/dbm)
DrDamage (/drdamage, /drdmg)
Eavesdrop
eePanels2
eeShards
ElkBuffBars (/ebb config)
EnhancedColourPicker
EnhancedFlightMap (/efm)
EqCompare (/eqcompare)
ErrorMonster (/errormonster, /errormonster list)
Examiner
FishingAce
Fizzle (/fizzle)
FreeRefills (/fr)
FuBar (/fubar)
FuBar_AlarmClockFu
FuBar_AmmoFu
FuBar_AnkhTimerFu
FuBar_AuditorFu
FuBar_AutoLootFu
FuBar_BabelFu
FuBar_BagFu
FuBar_CharmsFu
FuBar_DurabilityFu
FuBar_EmoteFu
FuBar_ExperienceFu
FuBar_FriendsFu
FuBar_GuildFu
FuBar_HonorFu
FuBar_ItemBonusesFu
FuBar_LogFu2
FuBar_MicroMenuFu
FuBar_PerformanceFu
FuBar_PetInFu
FuBar_QuestsFu
FuBar_RecZoneFu
FuBar_RestFu
FuBar_SkillsPlusFu
FuBar_SpeedFu
FuBar_tcgTradeSkillsFu
FuBar_TopScoreFu
FuBar_TrainerFu
FuBar_TransporterFu
GFW_DisenchantPredictor
GFW_FeedOMatic (/feedomatic, /fom)
GFW_HunterHelper (/huntershelper, /hh)
GotWood
Grid
GrimoireKeeper
HitsMode (/hitsmode)
ICU (/icu options)
Identity (/id)
K Hunter Timers (/kht)
LightHeaded
Links (/links)
LittleTrouble
LootHog (/loothog, /ls)
LootSpy (/lootspy, /ls, /ls locked)
Ludwig (/ludwig)
MasterTradeSkills (/mastertradeskills, /mts, /mts options)
MobInfo2 (/mobinfo2, /mi2)
Mobs2Level
MrPlow
NugieComboBar (/nugiecombobar, /ncb)
Numen
Omen
OmniCC (/omnicc)
oRA2 (/ora)
oTweaks (/otweaks)
Paparazzi (/paparazzi, /pap)
PitBull (/pitbull, /pb)
PlayerMenu (/playermenu, /pm)
Possessions (/possessoins, /poss)
PowerAuras (/powa)
ProfessionsBook (/pb show)
Prat (/prat, /prat waterfall)
Quartz (/quartz)
RatingBuster (/ratingbuster, /rb)
Recount (/recount)
ScoreboardSummary
ScrollingCombatText (/sct menu)
SendSelf (/sendself)
SharedMedia
Sheppard (/sheppard, /shep)
SimpleMinimap (/simpleminimap, /smm)
Skillet (/skillet)
SmartBuff (/smartbuff, /sb, /sb menu)
SpamSentry (/spamsentry)
SpellAlertSCT (/sasct)
StopTheSpam
Talented
TalentReminder (/talentreminder)
TinyPad (/tinypad)
TradeJunkie
TrinketMenu (/trinketmenu)
WIM (/wim)
XLoot (/xloot, /xloot options)
XLootMonitor
XLootGroup
XPBarNone (/xpbarnone, /xpbn, /xpbn config)
ZMobDB Advanced4

AddOns - Full List (top)

!BugGrabber (table) (top) (curse)
Redirects WoW error messages to the 'BugSack' addon

AddOn Control Panel (ACP) (table) (top) (wowace)
Adds an 'AddOns' button to the default Blizzard options menu, through which Load-on-Demand AddOns can be enabled/disabled

Align (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Toggles a grid over your UI, so you can more closely match the position of moveable elements
/align

ArkInventory (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Customizable one-bag that autosorts
/arkinv

AtlasLoot (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Searchable loot tables/database
/atlasloot

AuldLangSyne (table) (top) (wowace)
Maintains a list of player notes in the Friends/Guild list
/auldlangsyne

Automaton (table) (top) (wowace)
Automates a variety of mundane game tasks (auto-accepts group invites from players in your Guild or on your Friends list, skips superfluous NPC gossip text, etc.)
/automaton

AutoprofitX (table) (top) (wowace)
Automatically sells grey or user-specified items at vendors
/autoprofitx

Bartender3 (table) (top) (wowace)
Customizable action bar replacement
/bt3 lock

(this screenshot shows all bars, even those normally hidden, after using the above "/bt3 lock" command)

BattleCry (table) (top) (curse)
Customizable emotes/tells on game events

BeyiExtendedQuestLog (table) (top) (wowace)
Quest log replacement, with more room and some enhanced functionality (shown here with Lightheaded)
/beql

BindingsReminder (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Graphic display of key bindings

BugSack (table) (top) (curse)
Intercepts error messages for later review
/bugsack, /bs
/bs show all - show all error messages

BulkMail2/BulkMailInbox2 (table) (top) (wowace)
Improved mailbox functions, including autosending of user-specified items
/bm

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BuyEmAll (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Additional functionality for purchasing multiple stacks of an item at once
(no screenshot)

Capping (table) (top) (wowace)
Timer bars for Battlegrounds objectives
/capping

Cartographer (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Map replacement allowing for user-created mapnotes and tracking of resources (herbs, ore), questgivers, trainers, and vendors

CCBreaker (table) (top) (wowace)
Displays who broke crowd-control, and with what ability
no screenshot

ClassTimer (table) (top) (wowace)
Displays bar timers for a variety of class-specific abilities (Polymorph, Sap, Shackle Undead, etc.)

ClearFont2 (table) (top) (home)
Alters the interface fonts (all other screenshots show the changed fonts)
/clearfont

ClosetGnome (table) (top) (wowace)
Allows for easy switching and storing of gear/equipment
/closetgnome, /cg

CooldownTimers2 (table) (top) (wowace)
Draggable, customizable windows displaying ability and item cooldowns
/cooldowntimers, /cdt

CowTip (table) (top) (wowace)
Tooltip replacement - very customizable
/cowtip

Default - hovering over a Friendly target, a mob, and a Hostile target
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Custom - hovering over a Friendly target, a Hostile target, and a Guildmate (myself)
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CraftList2 (table) (top) (wowace)
Allows players to whisper you to find out what items/enchants you can offer (note: in this screenshot I'm whispering myself; normally the lines would not be doubled like that)
/cl2

CritAlert (table) (top) (wowui)
Plays custom sound file on critical hits
(no screenshot)

Crowbar (table) (top) (wowace)
One-click opening of all containers in inventory (shown here to the left of the XLoot loot list)

CyCircled (table) (top) (wowace)
Custom skins and effects for action bars (in this screenshot, the buttons are set to 'glossy')
/cycircled

DeadlyBossMods (table) (top) (home)
Assistance for dungeon/boss fights
(no screenshot)

Decursive 2.0 (table) (top) (curse)
Provides customizable 'mini unit frames', to assist with curing and cleansing of party and raid members
/decursive, /dcr
(no screenshot)

DrDamage (table) (top) (wowace)
Displays lots of extra information about spells in their tooltip
/drdamage, /drdmg

Eavesdrop (table) (top) (wowace)
Graphical combat log

eePanels2 (table) (top) (wowace)
Creates movable, customizable background panels

eeShards (table) (top) (wowace)
Soulshard counter/display (Warlock only)
/eeshards

ElkBuffBars (table) (top) (wowace)
Replacement player buff/debuff frames
/ebb config

EnhancedColourPicker (table) (top) (wowace)
Adds "Copy and Paste" functionality to the default color picker window

EnhancedFlightMap (table) (top) (curse)
Shows flight lines and times on the world map
/efm

EqCompare (table) (top) (wowace)
Compares equipment you mouse over to equipment you are wearing
/eqcompare

ErrorMonster (table) (top) (curse)
Moves (or hides) the red-colored error/system messages into the chat window(s)
/errormonster
/errormonster list - displays all current messages being moved/hidden

Examiner (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Enhanced character inspection

FishingAce (table) (top) (wowace)
Streamlines the fishing process
(no screenshot)

Fizzle (table) (top) (wowace)
Adds durability percentages directly to the character pane equipment
/fizzle

FreeRefills (table) (top) (wowace)
Autobuys items you specify from vendors that carry them
/fr
/fr list

FuBar (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Provides configurable infobars, populated with the modules listed below (shown here are my top and bottom FuBars)
/fubar

FuBar_AlarmClockFu (table) (top) (wowace)
Simple clock with two customizable alarm settings (note: this is a modified version)

FuBar_AmmoFu (table) (top) (wowace)
Tracks and displays current ammunition

FuBar_AnkhTimerFu (table) (top) (wowace)
Tracks ankhs and Reincarnation timer for Shamans

FuBar_AuditorFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Tracks and displays money information across characters

FuBar_AutoLootFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Provides an auto-loot toggle button

FuBar_BabelFu (table) (top) (wowace)
Toggle for language selection

FuBar_BagFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays bag slots

FuBar_CharmsFu (table) (top) (wowace)
Adds the Raid icons to the FuBar for ease-of-use

FuBar_DurabilityFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays the durability of equipped gear as a percentage

FuBar_EmoteFu (table) (top) (incgamers)
Provides quick menu access to all available emotes

FuBar_ExperienceFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays info about XP

FuBar_FriendsFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays your Friends (name, level, location)

FuBar_GuildFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays your Guildmates (name, level, location, guild note, rank)

FuBar_HonorFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays info about Honor

FuBar_ItemBonusesFu (table) (top) (wowace)
Displays sum totals of all item bonuses

FuBar_LogFu2 (table) (top) (wowace)
Provides an easy toggle button for saving chat or combat log

FuBar_MicroMenuFu (table) (top) (wowace)
Displays a small copy of the main menu bar on the FuBar

FuBar_PerformanceFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays info about your computer's performance (latency, fps, etc)

FuBar_PetInFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays info about your pet

FuBar_QuestsFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Replacement quest log and quest tracker

FuBar_RecZoneFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays information about current zone, and recommended zones for your level

FuBar_RestFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays Rest XP info about all your characters in one place

FuBar_SkillsPlusFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays all of your character's skill info

FuBar_SpeedFu (table) (top) (wowace)
Displays your current speed as a percentage (running = 100%)

FuBar_tcgTradeskills (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays the known skills of all your characters

FuBar_TopScoreFu (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Keeps track of your highest individuals damage records

FuBar_TrainerFu (table) (top) (wowace)
Tracks trainable and upcoming abilities

FuBar_TransporterFu (table) (top) (wowace)
Drop down list of all available transportation
no screenshot

GFW_DisenchantPredictor (table) (top) (home)
Displays the components an item is likely to disenchant into in the tooltip

GFW_FeedOMatic (table) (top) (home)
Makes it even easier to feed your pet
/feedomatic, /fom

GFW_Hunter's Helper (table) (top) (home)
Displays tameable abilities in the tooltip, as well as allows for in-game searching of which beasts teach which skills (Hunter only)
/huntershelper, /hh

GotWood (table) (top) (wowace)
Totem timer (Shaman only)

Grid (table) (top) (wowace)
Small but useful raid frames

GrimoireKeeper (table) (top) (curse)
Known grimoires tracker for Warlocks (known grimoires are colored green)

HitsMode (table) (top) (curse)
Replaces the default combat log
/hitsmode

ICU (table) (top) (curse)
Announces your minimap tracking target (Hunters only)
/icu options

Identity (table) (top) (curse)
Adds alts and aliases to the chat channels

K Hunter Timers (table) (top) (curse)
Timer bars for Hunter traps/abilities
/kht

LightHeaded (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays the text of quest comments taken from the WoWHead website; extremely helpful when questing for xp (shown here attached to Beyi's Extended Quest Log)

Links (table) (top) (wowace)
Allows more than one linked item window to be open by Alt-clicking loot links
/links

LittleTrouble (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Auto-shot timer for Hunters (shown here nestled between PitBull target and player unit frames)

LootHog (table) (top) (curse)
Tracks the results of party/raid 'rolls'
/loothog, /lh

LootSpy (table) (top) (incgamers)
Displays loot when rolled for, including how many Need/Greed rolls there are (blank in this screenshot)
/lootspy, /ls
/ls locked - locks and unlocks the LootSpy window

Ludwig (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Maintains an in-game database of all items you come in contact with
/ludwig

MasterTradeSkills (table) (top) (incgamers)
Adds recipe data to ingredient tooltips (note: this is the BETA version, which includes a custom ReagentData dependency)
/mastertradeskills, /mts
/mts options - options window

MobInfo2 (table) (top) (curse)
Adds additional info the mobs tooltip
/mobinfo2, /mi2

Tooltip options and Database search
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Tooltip display over Mob and over loot item
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Mobs2Level (table) (top) (curse)
Displays how many more mobs it will take to reach the next level

MrPlow (table) (top) (wowace)
Bag and inventory sorting (note: sorts the 'real' bags, as well as the ArkInventory 'virtual' bags)

NugieComboBar (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Stand-alone replacement for the combo points frame (Rogues only)
/nugiecombobar, /ncb

Numen (table) (top) (wowace)
Totem manager (Shaman only)

Omen (table) (top) (wowace)
Threat meter - compatible with KLH Threat Meter

OmniCC (table) (top) (curse)
Global cooldown timer (shows cooldowns in the 'Bartender3' bars)
/omnicc

oRA2 (table) (top) (wowace)
Raid assist AddOn, without frames
/ora
(no screenshot)

oTweaks (table) (top) (none known - used to be home)
Allows easy changing of some camera/tab targeting/combat log range values
/otweaks

Paparazzi (table) (top) (wowace)
Allows the taking of screenshots which automatically remove the UI elements
/paparazzi, /pap

PitBull (table) (top) (wowace)
Replacement unit frames (player, target, focus target, party, raid, etc.)
/pitbull, /pb

Target, Target's Target and Target of Target's Target (on the right), Focus Target and Target of Focus Target (on the left)

Party frames (and Party Targets)

PlayerMenu (table) (top) (wowace)
Adds a "/who" option to the player right-click menu (and "/guild invite" and "/guild promote" if you have those powers)
/playermenu, /pm

Possessions (table) (top) (curse)
Searchable database of all items on all alts
/possessions, /poss

All items across all characters

Searching for "runecloth"

PowerAuras (table) (top) (curse)
Graphic notification of user-specified events (for example, a glowing ring when user has Clearcast, etc.)
/powa

Prat (table) (top) (wowace)
Allows customization of the chat windows and how info is displayed
/prat
/prat waterfall - opens the main Prat configuration window

ProfessionsBook (table) (top) (wowace)
Tracks the tradeskills of all characters
/pb show

Quartz (table) (top) (wowace)
Replacement casting bars for Player, Target, Focus, etc - displays spell latency right inside the casting bar
/quartz

RatingBuster (table) (top) (curse)
Converts the new WoW ratings back to percentages, and shows a 'Rating Summary' in the tooltip
/ratingbuster, /rb

Recount (table) (top) (wowace)
Damage meter and stats
/recount

ScoreboardSummary (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays a summary of battlegrounds scores

ScrollingCombatText (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Highly customizable scrolling combat text
/sct menu

SendSelf (table) (top) (wowace)
Adds the names of your alts to the Mail 'auto-complete' list
/sendself

SharedMedia (table) (top) (wowace)
Texture and media file library
no screenshot

Sheppard (table) (top) (wowace)
Displays a warning if your target is currently being 'crowd controlled' (Polymorphed, Sapped, etc.)
/sheppard, /shep

SimpleMinimap (table) (top) (wowace)
Minimap replacement (can be moved, resized, made transparent, etc.)
/simpleminimap, /smm

Skillet (table) (top) (wowace)
Tradeskill window replacement - allows for queuing of production items and a shopping list for needed reagents

SmartBuff (table) (top) (curse)
Tracks buffs and notifies you when a buff expires
/smartbuff, /sb
/sb menu - opens the main SmartBuff configuration window

SpamSentry (table) (top) (wowace)
Blocks in-game spam messages

SpellAlertSCT (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays spell alerts when those around you cast a spell or use an ability
/sasct

StopTheSpam (table) (top) (wowace)
Suppresses AddOn loading spam
no screenshot

Talented (table) (top) (wowace)
Talent calculator and templates

TalentReminder (table) (top) (curse)
Reminds you every 5 minutes if you have available talent points to spend
/talentreminder

TinyPad (table) (top) (incgamers)
Simple in-game notepad
/tinypad

TradeJunkie (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Displays tradeskills you do not yet know
no screenshot

TrinketMenu (table) (top) (curse)
Monitors and swaps trinkets and their cooldowns
/trinketmenu

WIM (WoW Instant Messenger) (table) (top) (curse)
Whisper management and archiving
/wim

XLoot (table) (top) (wowace)
Replacement for the looting window, keeps loot window under the cursor
/xloot
/xloot options - opens the main XLoot options window

XLootGroup (table) (top) (wowace)
Replacement for the 'Loot Roll' window while grouped

XLootMonitor (table) (top) (wowace)
Tracks loot history, either solo or in groups

XPBarNone (table) (top) (wowinterface)
XP bar replacement
/xpbarnone, /xpbn
/xpbn config - opens the main XPBarNone configuration window

Can be set to display either XP or Reputation (and display the one not chosen when the bar is moused over)

ZMobDB Advanced4 (table) (top) (wowinterface)
Animated unit portraits

AddOns - Modifications (top)

Except for any changes noted here, all AddOns are exactly as I downloaded them.

Change Log (top)

Change Log History
version 08-22-2008 (current version)
version 03-26-2008
version 01-04-2008
version 11-15-2007
version 10-30-2007
version 09-28-2007
version 05-23-2007
version 03-09-2007
version 02-02-2007
version 01-17-2007
version 01-10-2007
version 01-04-2007
version 12-27-2006
version 12-20-2006
version 12-13-2006

Change Log - version 08-22-2008 (top)


Change Log - version 03-26-2008 (top)


Change Log - version 01-04-2008 (top)


Change Log - version 11-15-2007 (top)


Change Log - version 10-30-2007 (top)


Change Log - version 09-28-2007 (top)


Change Log - version 05-23-2007 (top)


Change Log - version 03-09-2007 (top)


Change Log - version 02-02-2007 (top)


Change Log - version 01-17-2007 (top)


Change Log - version 01-10-2007 (top)


Change Log - version 01-04-2007 (top)


Change Log - version 12-27-2006 (top)


Change Log - version 12-20-2006 (top)


Change Log - version 12-13-2006 (top)

Donations (top)

Thanks to anyone actually reading this far down into the ReadMe - you are part of an elite select few!

Due to a number of unfortunate circumstances, I find myself the past few years materially poorer than I have ever been in my life (zero income for well over a year). Not poor as in, "Aww man, there are two new PC games coming out next month and I can only afford one", or, "I would've preferred the 400gb hard drive, but I had to settle for the 250gb one"; but poor as in, "Cool, there's bread and milk in the kitchen, too bad now we don't have a phone", and "Oh, hi Mr. Repo Man! Let me get those keys for ya - do you know Emilio Estevez?".

I tell you this, a compete stranger, not to elicit pity, but simply to let you know my situation. Like most net-folks, I've supported a few of my favorite online sites/webcomics/addons/whatever over the years - but usually only when I was able to throw, say, $10 or $20 their way. It would have never occurred to me to donate just a dollar or two, because "What difference would a dollar make?"

In my case, just a dollar really does make a difference. Over the course of a month, that can help pay my WoW subscription, or the hosting fee for TheMook.Net, or even one more gallon of milk or box of cereal.

So - if the thought of making a donation has never before crossed your mind, that's cool, sorry to bore you with this; but if you have thought before "Hey, neat compilation, I'll throw the guy a PayPal buck" and then decided "Why bother, it's only a dollar" ... please reconsider. : )

There are a lot of other ways you could throw me a bone too (follow link).

Anyway, thanks for reading, thanks for enjoying the MookUI, and thanks for blocking this entire section from your memory if seeing someone who needs help asking for it bothers you.

See ya in Azeroth!

APPENDICES

Macros (top)

GENERAL

Here are some of the many macros I use to help the game run smoother - most are Mage-specific, but could be modified easily for use by other classes and abilities.

Counterspell
Will cast Counterspell immediately, even if you're in the middle of another spell:

/stopcasting
/cast Counterspell

Eat/Drink
Eat and drink at the same time:

/use Conjured Glacier Water
/use Conjured Croissant 

ETA
Uses the EnhancedFlightMap AddOn to send my ETA to wherever I'm flying to the Party chat

/efm report party

Frame Finder
Running this macro while hovered over any frame will display the name of the frame in your chatbox...useful for trying to determine what AddOn a particular screen element belongs to

/script ChatFrame1:AddMessage("You are hovering over frame: " .. GetMouseFocus():GetName())

Log In Prep
I use this when I first log in - it buffs me with Arcane Intellect and Molten Armor, then conjures a Mana Emerald and Mana Ruby, then restores me back to full mana by casting Evocation, and finally conjures three stacks each of water and food before drinking a Conjured Glacier Water:

/castsequence reset=240 Arcane Intellect, Molten Armor, Conjure Mana Emerald, Conjure Mana Ruby, 
Evocation, Conjure Water, Conjure Food, Conjure Water, Conjure Food, Conjure Water, Conjure Food
/use Conjured Glacier Water

Polymorph Focus
My favorite polymorphing macro - it sets your current target to be your focus if you don't already have a focus target, then polymorphs it; if you do already have a focus target, the macro will simply recast polymorph on your focus target. Works great - you target A, hit the macro, A becomes your focus and gets polymorphed, you move on to target B (and C, etc.) while killing, before your polymorph is up hit the macro again, it will poly your focus target (A) without un-targeting your current combat target.

/clearfocus [target=focus,dead]
/clearfocus [target=focus,noexists]
/focus [target=focus,noexists]
/script SetRaidTarget("focus", 1)
/cast [target=focus] Polymorph
/stopmacro [nogroup]

Random Pet
Calls one non-combat pet at random from those I have in my bag

/userandom Golden Dragonhawk Hatchling, Worg Carrier, Diablo Stone, 
Netherwhelp's Collar, Smolderweb Carrier

Shield
Handy for when you're in trouble, this macro will cast Ice Barrier on the first press, then Mana Shield on the second press (within 30 seconds)

/castsequence reset=30 Ice Barrier, Mana Shield


INTERFACE

These macros manipulate the UI itself, showing or hiding various windows and information depending on how I click. The underlying structure can be tweaked to match your own UI, but these macros will only work as written below if the last Bartender3 Action Bar (the one containing buttons 109 - 120) holds the following macros:

It would look something like this (though the icons can be anything you choose):

I also have a number of Chat Windows and associated eePanels:

And, finally, I have two normally hidden AddOns and associated eePanels:

So, how does all of this interact? It revolves around a single button, Button 109, which contains the 'Trigger' macro:

If you don't have a four-button mouse, you can accomplish the same things by clicking directly on the macros (Buttons 117-120).

Here are the macros themselves:

Trigger

/click [button:1] BT3Button119; [button:2] BT3Button120; [button:3] BT3Button117; [button:4] BT3Button118;

Recount

/recount toggle
/script if eePanel7:IsShown() then eePanel7:Hide() else eePanel7:Show() end

Eavesdrop

/script if EavesDropFrame:IsShown() then EavesDropFrame:Hide() else EavesDropFrame:Show() end
/script if eePanel8:IsShown() then eePanel8:Hide() else eePanel8:Show() end

Open

/script ChatFrame4:Show()
/script eePanel4:Show()
/script ChatFrame_AddMessageGroup(ChatFrame4, "PARTY")
/script ChatFrame_RemoveMessageGroup(ChatFrame3, "PARTY")
/script ChatFrame4:AddMessage("Party Chat - ON")

Close

/script ChatFrame4:Hide()
/script eePanel4:Hide()
/script ChatFrame_AddMessageGroup(ChatFrame3, "PARTY")
/script ChatFrame_RemoveMessageGroup(ChatFrame4, "PARTY")
/script ChatFrame3:AddMessage("Party Chat - ON")

Video Clips of Older Versions (top)

Please note that all of these clips show older versions of MookUI than the current one; many things have changed since they were captured, both in terms of functionality and looks.

Quick Combat Clip (0:35) - version MookUI_10-30-2007 (NOT the current version)
A short clip showing the MookUI "in action", to give a better feel for how it runs during gameplay.

YouTube (streaming) | Download (8mb, .AVI format)

In Action 01 (1:39) - version MookUI_05-23-2007
A short clip showing the MookUI "in action", to hopefully give a better feel for how it runs during gameplay than a screenshot can.

YouTube (streaming) | Download (23mb, .MPG format)

Setup 'Quick Start' (9:41) - version MookUI_02-02-2007
A clip showing me go through the steps detailed in Quick Start, setting up a "barebones" MookUI in about 10 minutes.
Though it's from an older version of the compilation, the majority is still applicable.

YouTube (streaming)

Short Combat Clip (1:09) - version MookUI_01-17-2007
Just a short example of what the MookUI can look like while in combat, and also how Soundtrack can be used (all audio in the clip is from in-game, I didn't add anything later)

YouTube (streaming) | Download (7.5mb, .WMV format)

Interface Tour (1:37) - first public 'beta' version of MookUI
This is a quick overview and tour of the MookUI from November 2006. Many of the AddOns are different now, as is some of the structure, but might still be useful to get a 'feel' for the MookUI.

YouTube (streaming) | Download (50mb, .MPG format)

All original content © 2003-2007 Mook - All rights reserved.