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How to make my unit frames look like this?  [Accepted Answer]

#2
1. Go to UnitFrames -> General Options -> Colors -> Health and enable "Transparent".
2. Go to UnitFrames -> Player -> Power and set "Style" to "Spaced".
3. Go to UnitFrames -> Player -> Portrait and enable it. Put a tick in "Overlay".
4. Go to UnitFrames -> Player -> Health and under Text Options change the X-Offset and Y-Offset to place text outside the frame. Change tag in Text Format to "[health:current:shortvalue]" without quotes.
5. Repeat step 4, but this time for Power. Use tag [power:current:shortvalue].
6. Go to UnitFrames -> Player -> Name and place it to the right.
7. Go to UnitFrames -> Player -> Custom Texts. Create 2 new custom texts, one for the "level - class" and another for the health percent (100.0%). Name them what you want.
7a. For the level and class use Text Format "[level] - [namecolor][class]" without quotes.
7b. For the health percent use Text Format "[health:percent"].
7c. For both of the above, place them using the offset settings.

I hope this helps :)
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How to make my unit frames look like this?

#3
Blazeflack wrote:
Thu Oct 31, 2019 3:33 pm
1. Go to UnitFrames -> General Options -> Colors -> Health and enable "Transparent".
2. Go to UnitFrames -> Player -> Power and set "Style" to "Spaced".
3. Go to UnitFrames -> Player -> Portrait and enable it. Put a tick in "Overlay".
4. Go to UnitFrames -> Player -> Health and under Text Options change the X-Offset and Y-Offset to place text outside the frame. Change tag in Text Format to "[health:current:shortvalue]" without quotes.
5. Repeat step 4, but this time for Power. Use tag [power:current:shortvalue].
6. Go to UnitFrames -> Player -> Name and place it to the right.
7. Go to UnitFrames -> Player -> Custom Texts. Create 2 new custom texts, one for the "level - class" and another for the health percent (100.0%). Name them what you want.
7a. For the level and class use Text Format "[level] - [namecolor][class]" without quotes.
7b. For the health percent use Text Format "[health:percent"].
7c. For both of the above, place them using the offset settings.

I hope this helps :)
Yes, managed to get something similar with your instructions! Thank you very much!

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