I have long been using X-Perl as my general Unit Frame package, because I like the way it puts buffs under my portrait, the way it streamlines the raid and party frames, and the way I can arrange target of target of whatever and such.
The problem I’ve been having, and a complete reinstall and cache flush hasn’t fixed it, is taht frequently, almost always, once I am in a raid isntance I can no longer right click on portraits or interact using right click in any way.
As a raid leader using Master Looter, this is a nightmare.
I can’t open trades, can’t assign loot, can’t make others assistant, etc etc.
I am, frankly, sick of it.
Can anyone recommend a good UI to replace it that stresses simplicity of display? Please?
Especially one that is ready to go?
Update to post:
This may seem like it came out of nowhere, but I really have trued to get this fixed and keep X-Perl. I love X-Perl, and have used it continuously for at least 2 and a half years. I’ve gone and messed with other things, but always come back to it.
What i should have done is asked the bunch of you about your own experiences with this problem of right-clicking, rather than just ask for UIs. Clearly, even though the comments on Curse indicate a widepsread belief that it’s the X-Perl to blame, the problem seems more widespread and is not directly tied just to X-Perl, but seems to have something to do with some called out code.
In the meantime, I tried running last night using X-Perl, with Cartographer Instance Notes as well as a bunch of other stuff in Cartographer disabled, and had the same problem.
Interestingly enough, Cassie does not use any UI or unit frame addon at all, but she does use Cartographer and Questhelper… and she had the right-click problem in an instance.
So, I don’t know what the solution is. Last night, I had to pass off lead to Cassie, as well as Master Looter, but this problem needs a permanent solution. Preferrably one where I don’t have to sacrifice my UI.
Still want to try out some of those other UI configurations though, they look interesting.