V 8.0 Update - Fully Compatible up to COF.
*Removed parts not compatible with COF.
*Add tutorial about how to customize mouse cursors in game.
*Added custom Alien Versus Predator (AVP) Mouse Cursors.
Update v8.0 2013, Call of Forsaken (COF) Expansion,
-Do it exactly this way or it won't work.
-You make temp folder inside "\EverQuest\uifiles\"
-Put all the ui parts you're using in root of folder, with no sub folers.
-Go in game and load temp skin, and after a couple tries you'll see it worked.
It has all the workings of a normal interface.
-Out of combat timer & enhanced player info window
-two choices for Player Info, as you'll notice in screenshots. Choose one of them you like.
Look at images for preview of the features. All features have screenshot preview, there are no hidden features.
Install instructions are included with download.
Inventory and few other things were removed because compatibility issues.
Some portions were not compatible with current standards, so they were removed. Since all interfaces pieces are in their own folders, it's pretty easy to mix and match.
FYI, every time I update this ui, it's updated with what I'm currently using, so you know it works and has been tested.
Ever tire of searching countless skins for one feature or one interface piece? Then you find out the pieces are not compatible with ones from other skins? Look no further, this one is compatible with any other skins.
If you want to change the way you play everquest forever, you must try this skin I put together. I compiled it from many different skins. Do with it as you wish.
This skin was design mainly for Rangers, but I currently play a Rogue. It could be used by any class, it has features that supports all of them. I think it's fun just to look at. My spell book is a red dragon who blinks at me.
Someone suggested that I should give credit to all the original authors. So I have compiled a list of links to all the original interface peices. They may have written them, but I was the one who made them all work together. It wouldn't work at first.
Thanks to those who programed these interface peices. Most of them are TK inspired.
I'm not going to link to the authors, but if you been surfing the site, it's not that hard to figure out who created what. If you like something I picked, be sure to tell me so. I like to keep things simple, or I would have programmed it myself, but oh well.