Firstly: It's NOT finished quite yet! But it needs some testing and feedback.
Secondly: Make sure GMCP is turned on.
That said this is a major improvement over the last free GUI I offered for countless reasons. Since I need it tested while I code more in I'd like to offer this sample and get some feedback on what people like or want to see more of.
This system is made especially for people who can NOT code at all. Everything is point and click. No need to open the settings and change numbers, variables, scripts, triggers, etc etc... It also allows you to change everything on the fly without restarts or taking more than a few moments to choose where you want things. It includes the ability to save and share the layout with other people. It saves your layout choices to a file (ZulahGUIVariableTable.lua) that another person can drop into their system and instantly have everything the way you set it up. Dropbox Download: https://www.dropbox.com/s/8bjbh4gvo89h9t7/ZulahGUI2.mpackage?dl=0
- No Coding required (No editing scripts, triggers, variables)
- All customization is point and click
- Change All GUI elements on the fly without restarts or reloads
- Includes Diablo3 GUI Elements
- Quickly adjust the size of your sea map on the fly (Nightsight? Who cares!)
- Save and share your layouts with other people!
- Themes! Diablo 3 and Basic included so far
- Status bars include both vertical and horizontal choices
Future plans include more themes. Such as matching the html client and all the other custom GUI's I've made over the years I still have all the artwork and elements for. (Class specific themes are on the menu too)
Some basic images to help get you started:
When you first load in all you will see is a small gear in the top left of the screen.
Clicking that gear will open a settings menu. The settings menu will ALWAYS be in the center of mudlet. If you resize mudlet and you can't see the settings menu just click the gear again and it will reset it to the new middle of your screen.
When you are clicking an arrow to move or resize something, remember to use the 10x and 100x modifier buttons to greatly speed things up.
Enjoy! Please let me know any issues you run into so I can get them fixed quickly. I hope to have a fairly finished product in a week or two max.