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  • Movable interface.

    Many new people come in dota2 from different game with different interfaces. More usual interface for them and more individualized for old players.
    red parts -movable.

  • #2
    This is a tough one. I would personally like to see the ui made smaller in general. If it was up to me the only thing I would have on my screen would be the map and I'd have it about half the size it is now and not in the corner. This raises some balance issues though because it's obviously going to be advantageous to set your ui up this way but will take away from the experience for a lot of players. Just being able to move these blocks around presents the same problem because you can get more vision of your surroundings by having the smaller blocks on the outside. The map is way too big in my personal opinion and to have it in the corner like it that is pretty annoying. There's already several other threads about this but I think the only way an interface that you can move the blocks around like you suggest would work is if they were all made to be the same height.


    • #3
      You forgot the top bar. Apart from that this is needed, or at least provide scaling of the ui or have a minimalist ui option.


      • #4
        Originally posted by HMAN911 View Post
        You forgot the top bar. Apart from that this is needed, or at least provide scaling of the ui or have a minimalist ui option.

        I like the current UI but it definitely needs some more flexibility. I'm sure Valve will add support for full UI customization at some point in the future.