Install the Devil UI (integrated add-on) and run the game, change the profile (set value)

Wau after installing the DevilUI package If you install the DevilUI package for the first time or when you push the WTF folder and it’s clean, you’ll get this message.​ Click on the “Enforcements” button Press the “OK” button, then select the character you want to connect to and enter the game. This is how the DevilUI Add-on detects the first connection to the character and retrieves the saved profile. Click on the “Accept” button The process of retrieving a saved profile by detecting the ratio of the monitor’s full screen reference rate. Click on “OK” Attacker frame, quest add-on, threat meter add-on, ad-on icon floating around the mini-map, etc.. It’s as neat and tidy as you want. Set it up! If you are using a 16:9 monitor, you will import the embedded profile from the first character connection and create it in the WTF folder, using the profile that is set to 16:9 of the profiles for 16:9, 16:10, and 4:3. And when you edit the screen, the modified 16:9 profile values are stored in the shared section of the WTF folder. For this reason, if you press the “Accept” and “OK” buttons when you first connect to another character, you will see the 16:9 screen that has already been cleaned up by the first character. If you try to call up a 16:9 screen profile from the DevilUI menu at the top of the screen, you will use the settings within the WTF folder instead of the full default, so you will continue to use only the modified profile. If you want to get a full initial profile value, delete the WTF folder and access it to import the profile contained within the add-on. UI placement became strange after monitor resolution or rate change. My personal revision of Devil UI, as in the early 4:3 days, has arranged each menu for 16:9, 16:10, and 4:3 screen rates, while maintaining the form of the Wow. If we switch to a different ratio of resolution, the UI arrangement might be out of order. At this point, enter the DevilUI menu at the top of the screen and press the appropriate percentage button to adjust the UI accordingly. Another way to enter that menu is esc -> Game Setup -> Add-on -> DevilUI. The setting values are 16:9, 16:10, and 4:3 which are the average of the most popular If you are using the above three ratios and a different monitor (e.g., Ultra Wide Monitor), you should go to the respective add-on settings menu, turn off frame movement and locking, and place them directly to your monitor. If you have imported a 16:9 profile and set it up for your monitor, the 16:9 profile will continue to store settings for your monitor. The above three profiles are not like a complete initial value that can’t be modified, but basically I can share characters with three profiles. So if you fix a profile, all the characters that use that profile share the same settings. If the ad-on gets twisted and you’re not responding when you press DevilUI, you can type the command and call up the profile by resolution. However, this condition may be something with add-ons twisted, so we recommend that you re-run the game. in the chat window /reflux switch Classic169 /reflux switch Classic1610 /reflux switch Classic43 Enter one of the following and enter. The command to call up profiles for 16:9, 16:10, and 4:3 monitors, respectively.

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