An AddOn for World of Warcraft (1.12.1), mostly known as “Vanilla”, which aims to be a full replacement for the original interface. The design is highly inspired by TukUI and ElvUI, bringing modern features and a minimalistic style that’s easy to use right from the start. It is entirely written from scratch without any inclusion of third-party addons or libraries.
This is not an addon-pack like ShaguUI, however, there will be support for external addons like MobHealth3 and HealComm, but they will never be shipped within the package.
Please do not re-upload or distribute outdated versions of this project. However, you are more than welcome to fork or link to the official github page.
/pfui Open the configuration GUI /share Open the configuration import/export dialog /gm Open the ticket Dialog /rl Reload the whole UI /focus Creates a Focus-Frame for the current target /clearfocus Clears the Focus-Frame
pfUI supports and contains language specific code for the following gameclients.
What does “pfUI” stand for?
The term “pfui!” is german and simply stands for “pooh!”, because I’m not a big fan of creating configuration UI’s, especially not via the Wow-API (you might have noticed that in ShaguUI).
How can I donate?
You can’t. I’m doing this for fun. Enjoy!
How do I report a Bug?
Please provide as much information as possible in the Bugtracker. If there is an error message, provide the full content of it. Just telling that “there is an error” won’t help any of us. Please consider adding additional information such as: since when did you got the error, does it still happen using a clean configuration, what other addons are loaded and which version you’re running. When playing with a non-english client, the language might be relevant too. If possible, explain how people can reproduce the issue.
How can I contribute?
Report Errors, Issues and Feature Requests in the Bugtracker. Please make sure to have the latest version installed and check for conflicting addons beforehand.
Why do I see player names instead of linked items?
That’s a conflict with prat. You’ll have to either disable Prat’s class colors by typing
/prat playernames toggle or disable pfUI’s class colors within the settings dialog. The entry can found in the chat section:
Enable Class Colors.
How do I show the Damage- and Threatmeter Dock?
If you enabled the “dock”-feature for your external (third-party) meters such as DPSMate or KTM, then you’ll be able to toggle between them and the Right Chat by clicking on the “>” symbol on the bottom-right panel.
How can I enable mouseover cast?
Create a macro with “/pfcast SPELLNAME”. If you also want to see the cooldown, You might want to add “/run if nil then CastSpellByName(“SPELLNAME”) end” on top of the macro.
Everything from scratch?! Are you insane?
Most probably, yes.