Bazooka is a Data Broker Display similar in functionality and looks to FuBar.

Feature highlights

  • Top/Bottom alignment or free moving of bars.
  • Left-click drag moves, alt-right-click drag resizes the bar (unless the frames are locked).
  • Drag-and-drop plugin placement with highlighted drop positions.
  • Configurable background / font / icon size.
  • The usual options for data broker displays (show text/icon/label, optionally show title in place of label if it's missing).
  • Support of iconCoords and icon[RGB] (TomTom arrow, for example).
  • Left / Center-Left / Center / Center-Right / Right placement position for plugins within bars, allowing easy layout of plugins. Plugins placed in the Center area are centered as a bunch.
  • Optional auto-fade while in combat / out of combat.
  • Optionally disable mouse / tooltips.
  • Optional simple tooltips (just show title if Alt is held while moving the mouse pointer over the plugin).
  • Optional highlight on mouseover for the active plugin.
  • Load-on-demand configuration options, small memory footprint for "standard" operation.
  • Bulk mode configuration that allows configuring multiple bars/plugins easily.
  • Restrict plugin text width
  • Disable minimap icons
  • Tooltip scale override
  • Support for OnMouseWheel, OnReceiveDrag and OnDoubleClick script handlers for plugins
  • Optionally override plugin defined text colors


Getting started

  • Create new bars from the main options window
  • Drag plugins to desired location
  • Drag plugins off bars to disable them
  • Dragging bars while holding Alt will change their attached/detached state. Otherwise top/bottom bars will snap back to top or bottom depending on where you drop them.

Using the bulk configuration (standard method)

  1. Uncheck Auto-apply.
  2. Check the bars/plugins you want the settings to apply to.
  3. Check Apply next to the settings you want to change, and set them to the value you need.
  4. Click Apply at the bottom of the options. The changes you selected will be applied to all selected bars/plugins at this point.

Using the bulk configuration (auto-apply method)

  1. Check Auto-apply.
  2. Check the bars/plugins you want the settings to apply to.
  3. Change the settings (or click the Apply text next to them if their current value is the one you want). The changes will be applied immediately to all selected bars/plugins.

Slash commands

Open configuration.
/bazooka locked
Toggle locked/unlocked state.
/bazooka hidebars
Make the bars hidden. If no bar numbers are specified, then it works on the marked bars (see bar options).
/bazooka showbars
Make the bars visible. If no bar numbers are specified, then it works on the marked bars (see bar options).
/bazooka togglebars
Toggle hidden/visible state of bars. If no bar numbers are specified, then it works on the marked bars (see bar options).

Obtaining plugins

You can find Data Broker plugins at these places:


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  • Avatar of mysticalos mysticalos May 18, 2010 at 04:40 UTC - 0 likes

    i tried this a while back and I just couldn't use it more than a single login, i hated the fact that only special modules could load right side otherwise everything was forced left side. I cannot leave fubar until i can choose which side ALL modules are on, not just special ones.

  • Avatar of csun csun Dec 10, 2009 at 10:22 UTC - 0 likes

    nvm the curse thing (scrolling down 4tw ..)

  • Avatar of csun csun Dec 10, 2009 at 10:20 UTC - 0 likes

    This (and its the only screenshot ive found here): (and its the same with the screen on curse) doesnt look like fubar :)

    only the (additional) screens on wowinterface show that its "omg its my FuBar" :)

  • Avatar of mitch0 mitch0 Dec 09, 2009 at 19:20 UTC - 0 likes

    Aren't the top/bottom layout screenshot pretty similar to default Fubar layout?

  • Avatar of csun csun Dec 09, 2009 at 11:42 UTC - 0 likes

    u should paste some pics of it with fubar look-alike. helps ppl migrate form fubar to this. As far as i see it seems to be the smoothest migration (aka clonelike) from fubar to an ldb bar style display.

    Havent tried it out yet but hope the difference in looks n feel arent too big

    thx for the work !


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