EverQuest began with a user interface that was very different from the one used on live today, or even from the default one in the Titanium Client, which Project uses. Just as with every other aspect of the game, Green will strive to be "as classic as possible" when it comes to its user interface. The original EverQuest client had two modes, a "full screen UI" mode, and a "transparent UI" mode, which was not nearly as widely known. Hitting F10 would switch between the two modes, up until?
At that point it was changed to the current "no UI toggle". The original "full screen UI" mode that most players will remember simply cannot be re-created with the Titanium client, for a variety of reasons but vastly different monitor resolutions now vs. Again, although this UI was not as commonly known, it was in the game since the very beginning.
As described above, EverQuest originally had an F10 option to change the display from the "stone UI" we all know and love to a fullscreen with some translucent rendered UI elements.
It had only limited functionality but it was there. With the launch of the Velious expansion, that F10 mode was greatly expanded in its capabilities to be more usable full-time, although it still reverted to the "stone" UI for a number of windows. This is why we're calling it the "Velious UI", even though some of its elements were present in the game from day one.
Everquest UIs do not scale with resolution. The higher the resolution, the smaller the interface elements. Because the Velious UI was designed to work on a minimum x resolution, Users playing on a high resolution monitors native resolution can find the interface hard to use or read. It is recommended in this case to try reducing the resolution.
In full screen mode, the game will still scale to fit your screen, but the interface components will be larger. The Green UI is still being developed, and the volunteers behind the project post updates about their progress in this thread. This is a wiki for a reason. Anyone can contribute. If you see something that is inaccurate or can be improved, don't ask that it be fixed--just improve it.
Jump to: navigationsearch. Category : Technical. Personal tools Create account Log in. Navigation Main page. Contents 1 Introduction 2 "As Classic as Possible" So Not the Classic UI?See Targeting to understand Project 's more limited targeting options. Back in it was impossible to play in windowed mode without a banned program called EQW.
Today however running in full screen is problematic. It can cause all sorts of issues, and even if it doesn't it can make switching between other programs difficult. As a compromise, many players have found that the best way to play EverQuest today is in "Full-Screen Windowed" mode.
In other words, run EQ in windowed mode, but customize the resolution so that it fills the entire screen minus some space for the window border and your taskbar. To achieve this effect you need to edit your eqclient.
Next, you need to set your WindowedWidth and WindowedHeight. These should be similar to the resolution of the monitor that you play EQ on. However the width should be reduced slightly to account for window bordersand the height should be reduced a bit more to account for the task bar also. You will have to play with these values. For instance, if your monitor has a resolution of x you might start with values of:.
Try running the game, see how it fits, and then close it. Adjust the values and retry, and keep doing that until you are satisfied. By far the easiest and most popular way is to load a different, player-made "UI Skin", such as the popular Duxa skin. To do this one simply has to:.Everquest: State of the Game Review 2017
This is a wiki for a reason. Anyone can contribute. If you see something that is inaccurate or can be improved, don't ask that it be fixed--just improve it. Jump to: navigationsearch. There are multiple ways to enhance the user interface of the EverQuest Titanium Client. Classic Spell Icons. Personal tools Create account Log in. Navigation Main page.As impressive as those two servers are are, the volunteers behind Project have even larger ambition.
In fact, the current servers are really only a stepping stone for them. The true goal of Projectsince it's inception, has been tore-create Classic through Velious EverQuest as accurately as possible, so that everyone can experience what it was like back in ' Project Green is a new PVE server without any patches or expansions enabled upon release.
Old-style mechanics and drops will be enabled, including legacy items such as Guise of the Deceiver and Manastone. The server will then progress through all patches on the same timeline as Everquest's original launch, all the way up to the last patch in Velious.
This means that based on an October launch date, the following are a few major timeline changes:. No one except master server developer Nilbog knows Green 's exact schedule. On the Green announcement post, Nilbog gave an anticipated schedule, which was edited in April by Rogean to show two dates pushed back, then edited again to remove the dates entirely. For an archive of the first revision, see . See also the Anticipated Green Schedule which uses the Patch Notes to anticipate patches which Nilbog hasn't yet explicitly provided the dates for.
The green server will, at a time yet to be decided, eventually merge into blue and start over again. This merge will not happen until at least 6 months after the last patch in velious No earlier than January Server Merge - The staff has had considerable discussion internally regarding the merging of Green into Blue at the end of the timeline.
We've heard your concerns. At this time, we haven't made a final decision, but we have also decided that we will leave the door open. A lot can change in 3 years, and we may chose to leave Green running independently as we open additional servers in the future. You will not be able to create a character on Green with the same name as a character on Blue, unless you are on the same account that owns that character on Blue.
We may also bring the server up early to allow character creations ahead of time. We will try to announce this as much in advance as we can. You do not need two separate folders. Our era system is built into the client files when necessary. For example, the spells file contains multiple versions of the same spell.
When the client logs into the server, the DLL receives information from the server on which era should be applied, and the DLL then loads the correct spells for that era. Green will be limited to a single custom, but designed to emulate classic user interface "skin".
For more information see Green UI. Most of the raid rules will stay as they are, with First to engage being the primary mechanism.
There may be special considerations similar to Blue, such as Plane of Sky. This is still being discussed internally.Log in or Register. Last edited by khanable; at PM. Nice UI Cucu!
It's very clean, which I like. If you came up with a optional download for that. I would be forever yours! Love, Speedi. Awesome, thanks for the update! I like the new spellbook. Also, the target window does show a cast bar, Speedi.
Everybody should use this UI! Originally Posted by polishanarchy [ You must be logged in to view images. Noticed one thing Cucu, on the pet window. At the moment they are on the same line, so they overwrite each other and you cant see the pets exact percent. Other than that its perfect! Great work!
Bump for my old friends [ You must be logged in to view images. Originally Posted by Speedi [ You must be logged in to view images.
Originally Posted by khanable [ You must be logged in to view images. I'll look at it tonight and get a fix. All times are GMT The time now is AM. User Name.Premium Subscription Learn more about what a Premium Subscription can offer you.
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