The Positioning options here will allow you to position the bar to your liking and with an absolute precision.

These options can automatically select a different target for your spell, based on macro conditions. Note however that they will overrule any target changes from normal macros.

This bar will be hidden once you enter combat.

This bar will be hidden whenever you are not in combat.

Three bars stacked

Toggle actions on key press instead of release

Toggle Button Zoom
For more style options you need to install ButtonFacade

Toggles actions immediately when you press the key, and not only on release. Note that draging actions will cause them to be cast in this mode.

Toggle the button grid.

Toggle the use of the modifier-based focus-cast functionality.

Toggle the use of the modifier-based self-cast functionality.

Toggle the use of the right-click self-cast functionality.

Two action bars

Two bars wide


Direction, up!

Use Blizzard Vehicle UI

Use Custom Condition


Vehicle Bar

Vertical Growth

Vertical growth direction for this bar.


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X Offset

XP Bar

Y Offset

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You can set the bar to be always hidden, if you only wish to access it using key-bindings.

You can use any macro conditionals in the custom string, using "show" and "hide" as values.

Example: [combat]hide;show

You can use any macro conditionals in the custom string, using the number of the bar as target value.
Example: [form:1]9;0

You can use the preset defaults as a starting point for setting up your interface. Just choose your preferences here and click the button below to reset your profile to the preset default. Note that not all defaults show all bars.

You have to exit the vehicle in order to be able to change the Vehicle UI settings.