- 1 How do I get rid of HP bar?
- 2 What is the Blue Bar in wow?
- 3 How do you open Kui nameplates?
- 4 How do I turn off Blizzard resource bar?
- 5 How do I get rid of the HP symbol on my screen?
- 6 How do I get rid of B&O toolbar?
- 7 How do I disable Elvui health bars?
- 8 Why are some players names Green in wow?
- 9 How do I turn off friendly nameplates?
- 10 How do you make Kui nameplates not fade?
- 11 How do you turn on enemy nameplates?
How do I get rid of HP bar?
Hold down the Windows key and press R. In to the Run box type msconfig and hit enter. In the following window, click the Start up tab, remove the tick next to HP Advisor. Click Apply to save the change and then click Ok.
What is the Blue Bar in wow?
If a player’s health bar is blue, it means they’re a GM or otherwise on Blizzard’s payroll. If you gank them, you can loot their corpses for special gear that only GMs have access to, which will give you GM powers.
How do you open Kui nameplates?
The game’s default options for nameplate visibility are under Esc > Interface > Names. The default keybinds for them are V, Ctrl+V, and Shift+V.
How do I turn off Blizzard resource bar?
you can disable this bar as follows:
- Press Esc and click on the “Interface” button to go to the Interface Menu.
- Click on the Submenu “Names”
- Uncheck “Personal Resource Display” under “Unit Nameplates”
How do I get rid of the HP symbol on my screen?
Select the Boot section using the right arrow key. Select Boot-time Diagnostic Screen using the up and down arrow keys. Press Enter to select boot-time diagnostic. Select Disabled to show the logo screen or select Enabled to remove the logo screen and display diagnostics.
How do I get rid of B&O toolbar?
Uninstall the Bang & Olufsen driver set that shipped with the laptop by going to the control panel, then applications. Uninstall the Bang & Olufsen driver application from the list. This will dissociate the Bang & Olufsen equalizer application that was tied directly to the sound driver.
How do I disable Elvui health bars?
Please add an “[ ] Enable ” option to UnitFrames >
Why are some players names Green in wow?
Green Names If the overhead name of a player, mob or NPC is green to you, this signifies that the unit in question is friendly to you but attackable by enemy players (their PvP Flag is on). Flagged players who are in your party have light green names; otherwise, flagged players’ names appear a darker green.
How do I turn off friendly nameplates?
It’s either just v (enemy) shift+v (friendly) or ctrl+v (all) depending on whether you want to tun off all nameplates or just the friendly ones.
How do you make Kui nameplates not fade?
Check the “allow Kui Nameplates to modify CVars ” option under /knp > CVars, then check “disable scaling” and “disable fading.”
How do you turn on enemy nameplates?
If you enabled the “always show” option while out of combat, it won’t automatically turn them on. Enabling that option just prevents any future automatic turning on/off of the “show” option, so after you enable it, you need to press Ctrl+V (or whatever you have bound to it) again to turn the nameplates on.