Add-on has been updated. Please check out the latest postings about the Devil UI distribution. Add-on has been updated. Please check out the latest postings about the Devil UI distribution. I don’t answer any more comments on the last post. Please post your inquiry on the latest version of Devil UI. It’s 191016_DevilUI1.13.2(v6). No significant changes have been made this time, and there are add-ons updates, add-ons, replacements, and settings changes. There was a request for a party search add-on, and I also added a party search ad-on because it was hard to see what was going up too fast. I’ve replaced Skada Add-on with a count that I’ve been using all along. I put three meters on it, and after I turned around, I compared the entire damage, the amount of the heel. Counting every meter or settings such as The difference between a little bit different, but all three nearly identical to work very well for me. So, if you’re just going to use it roughly, I’ve been keeping it up to make it easier to use. But there were times when the existing Skada count, including summoners, and so on. The settings that keep the boss subdivided don’t work, the icons look weird, there’s a lot of small bugs, but there’s a lot of requests. I decided to change to either the meter account or details that are still being updated, and compared it with two. I’ve used comparisons. The meter function itself is evaluated with good details, but the setup menu itself was very complicated, so I chose a familiar and easy-to-use account. If you want to use a meter other than a record, you can delete the account from the add-on folder and install Skada or details to use it. A slight change was made to the Debuff display on the grid 2 ad-on. Personally, the priority is to enjoy the tang and hill classes, so it’s important to check the Debuff. Previously, four lower right-hand areas were marked with dots for curses, poisons, diseases, and magical debuff, indicating that something bad was embedded in them. In situations where you need to turn off, you need to quickly determine what technology is embedded, whether it’s removable, or whether it should be released immediately, so we added a setting that indicates when there’s a lack of unlocking technology. If you just want to see the Debuff icon, you can erase the four Debuff Points indicator and move the Debuff Marker that can be released to four missing points. I personally use different grid settings for different characters. It can be uncomfortable or awkward for others because it is set to my standards. In Grid 2, you can freely create icons, letters, points, and so on in many places, and that part is called “directors.” Set up what “state” you want to show the indicator to create an attack zone frame that will pop into your own eyes. And when you enter the attack zone, you can see Grid2 and Wow’s own attack zone frame at the same time. Wow If you do not want your own attacker frame to appear, select the General -> General tab -> Hide Blizzard Raid Frames option in Grid2 settings. The UI reload acceptance window opens. Press the accept button to hide the frame of your own attacker. He’s still in his fifties, so he’s never been in the dungeon. There are comments saying that only one party can be seen from time to time. During field conflict, the party member’s mark was seen as normal, Inside Indon, it seems that when something special happens, only one party is displayed because Adon is not properly aware of the status of the party or the status of the attacker. Dungeon, if you’re not fighting, type /reload in the chat box to restart the UI. Clicking on the General -> Layout tab of the Grid2 Settings menu opens the menu for setting the display according to the group status. What to do with the group display when it is a solo, party, attack, speculation field, how to display the group when it is in multiple lads, how to display the group according to size If you press Display all groups, all the parties are empty, all the display functions, etc. Please make sure that the setting parts are normally displayed when you change them. If you’re already receiving and using a package, you can see that unlike the previous package, you don’t see any healing or prediction about what you’re doing on the grid. I found that the latest version of Grid2 has a bugfix for the “Include Player Health” option. If you check the “Include Player Healing” option as shown in the picture, it will indicate the normal amount of healing or the estimate of the hill. If you’ve seen this article, you’ll be able to download the Devil UI with the settings already checked in the package. If you are already downloading and using it, please fix the above options without having to reinstall the package.