Marotheit

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  1. Thank you! I'm glad you like them!
  2. That's exactly why I attempted to make my own. Thanks and enjoy!
  3. Hi there, Did you ever upload that update with the Paladin spells and Leeviathan's druid models? I don't see it listed in the changelog. Appreciate the patch either way, it's wonderful!
  4. Version 1.0.2

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    Before we go any further, it is important to note YOUR PASSWORD WILL BE STORED IN PLAIN TEXT INSIDE YOUR CONFIG.WTF FILE. THIS IS AN OBVIOUS SECURITY RISK, SO UNDERSTAND YOU ARE WEIGHING CONVENIENCE OVER SECURITY BY USING THIS PATCH. CONTINUE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Hello there! My name is Marotheit, and today I wanted to share my login screen tweaks for Wrath of the Lich King. This compilation of tweaks removes a lot of the extra clutter and adds a convenient "Remember Password" button to your login screen. The "Manage Account" and "Community Site" buttons, as well as the forgotten password text have been edited to redirect to ChromieCraft portals, because that's the server I personally play on, although this can easily be edited with an MPQ editor to fit your situation. It is available in two flavors: Default and ElvUI Themed. The default package only contains patch-7.MPQ and two edited WoW executables; both allow interface edits, while the x64 executable also has Large Address Aware applied for ease of use. One of these executables must be used or you are unable to edit the login screen. The ElvUI Themed package also includes an installation of ElvUI-Glues-WotLK. This patch is compatible with other patches that change the login screen background. I can only guarantee compatibility with Wrath of the Lich King 3.3.5a (12340). It may work on older versions of Wrath of the Lich King, but I haven't tested any of them out. Shoutout to Reznik for the original inspiration of the project. The remember password feature is largely based on his original work.