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Sep. 27th, 2007 @ 03:49 pm UI Mods, Gross Fonts, Fix it?
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I'm a pretty newbish person when it comes to Addons and Fonts -- and I really horked my UI. Now I've gotten it back to standard, but thanks to using Mazzle UI, all my fonts are this big, thick blocky font! I don't know what idiot thought these would be a great 'readable' font, but I preferred the old Blizzard one! Not to mention, it hosed all my keybindings! I fixed those, but the fonts I can't -- and it won't let me use the mouse wheel to zoom in and out! Who the hell thought this was a good UI!? :( How the hell do I get my UI back to standard short of a full reinstall!?
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Date:September 28th, 2007 02:06 am (UTC)
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I wasn't a huge fan of the MazzleUI either, to be honest.

The easiest way to reset your game back to original system specs is to delete the Cache, Interface, and WTF folders in your World of Warcraft folder. In theory you don't need to even ditch the Cache (whose big function is to hold the WDB folder, which used to float around in the root directory instead), but it's a better safe than sorry sort of thing.

When you next open up WoW after removing those three folders, the game will recreate those folders with factory settings.

If you don't want to set up your sound and video and things like that again, only ditch the Interface and WTF folders; Interface holds all your addons, WTF holds all the settings for those addons, as well as your chat panes, macros, and other such things. WDB controls how the game displays (windowed/fullscreen, video and audio settings, etc.)

Also, zoom in and out via the mousewheel is also a keybinding if I recall, under Camera Functions.

Hope that helps :)
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Date:September 28th, 2007 02:17 am (UTC)
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Or, I could run the WoW Repair and -- wait and wait and wait and it'd set everything back to normal, too.

But your way was probably quicker. Sigh!