WoW Masque: Retina addon Dragonflight/Wrath of the Lich King Classic 2023
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Masque: Retina

Game Version: 9.0.1
Total Downloads: 1,373
Updated: Nov 17, 2020
Created: Oct 26, 2020
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1.0.4 release 53.86 KB Nov 17, 2020 9.0.1 3 download Masque: Retina 1.0.4 releaseDownload
1.0.3 release 49.98 KB Oct 31, 2020 9.0.1 718 download Masque: Retina 1.0.3 releaseDownload
1.0.2 release 49.98 KB Oct 29, 2020 9.0.1 220 download Masque: Retina 1.0.2 releaseDownload
1.0.1 release 35.09 KB Oct 29, 2020 9.0.1 133 download Masque: Retina 1.0.1 releaseDownload
1.0.0 release 23.32 KB Oct 27, 2020 9.0.1 163 download Masque: Retina 1.0.0 releaseDownload



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Requires Masque! (Obviously)



Masque: Retina is a high resolution, pixel perfect skin for Masque that blends in well with the default Blizzard UI.



This skin is designed with great attention to detail and features all possible button states supported by Masque.

– Correct positioning of the key bind and macro text labels, junk and upgrade icon (from Pawn)

– Extra bright and visible borders for items with a rarity, including a subtle inner glow to quickly distinguish items in your bags

– High resolution, appealing backdrop

– New items looted or spells that are automatically dropped on your action bar are made extra visible

– Great textures for hovering over items, pressing spells, abilities that can be toggled (such as pet abilities) and more

– Blends in extremely well with the default Blizzard UI, and feels more like a high resolution remaster than an out of place skin



Because of how UI scaling works in the game, you can end up with weird "half pixels" if your interface to screen resolution ratio is not exactly correct. The same thing applies when you resize an ability or bag icon and it must rescale it from it's original resolution.

For Bagnon, a great size to use is 117%. For WeakAura's 36, 54 or 72 work great

To set your UI scale to the correct ratio for your resolution you can run the following macro:

/run SetCVar("uiScale", 768/string.match(({GetScreenResolutions()})[GetCurrentResolution()], "%d+x(%d+)"))



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