Move Anything

Move Anything

Client Version: 4.3.4


MoveAnything enables you to move, scale, hide and adjust transparency of just about any screen element in WoW, offering tools to help you customize your UI. Some other frame modifications are also possible using MA’s Frame Editors (Introduced in 11.b2), including framestrata, frame grouping and more.

Type /move to show the main window or click the button below the game menu. This main window contains a list of Blizzard’s frames (any element not in the list can be added to the Custom Frames category by either /move frameName/mafe frameName/hide frameName or one of the move/mafe/hide keybindings).

Raid Boss Alternative Bar – mover for player/boss addition indicator (like The Stone Guard progress bar)

All screenshots was taken with a customized button skin loaded. Buttons will appear as other buttons in your WoW.

Main window:
Move – toggles a mover for the frame
Hide – toggles hiding of the frame
Reset – undoes MA’s changes to frame and removes frame from list if custom
MF – Modified Frames – toggles whether to only show modified frames in the list
CE – Collapse/Expand – collapses/expands all categories
FS – Frame Stack – toggles Blizzard’s Frame Stack tooltip
M – Movers – toggles all movers. Shift click clears the list
FE – Frame Editors – toggles visibility on all open frame editors. Shift click clears the list, closing all frame editors
S – Sync – synchronizes all frames modified by MoveAnything
O – Options – opens options
X – Close – closes the MA window. Ctrl-Alt-Shift click reloads ui

Interacting with the movers:
Left-Drag – moves frame
Left-Drag the small buttons – scales frame
Right-Click – stops moving frame
Shift Right-Click – toggles visibility of the mover, while still allowing modifications to the frame
Mousewheel – adjusts alpha blend
Control-Click – opens a frame editor

Key Bindings:
Toggle MA window – toggles MoveAnything’s main window
Move frame – Safe – toggles moving of the first found parent frame, from MA’s default list or a top level frame if possible
Edit frame – safe – toggles a frame editor for the frame, picking a modified, a default or a top level frame in that order
Hide frame – Safe – hides frame at cursor, from MA’s default list or a top level frame if possible
Reset frame – Safe – resets frame at cursor, from MA’s default list or a top level frame if possible
Move frame – Exact – toggles moving of the exact frame at cursor
Edit frame – Exact – toggles a frame editor for the exact frame at cursor
Hide frame – Exact – hides the exact frame at cursor
Reset frame – Exact – resets the exact frame at cursor
Update frames – updates all frames influenced by MA

Slash Commands:
/move – toggles MA window
/move frameName – toggles moving of frame named “frameName”
/hide frameName – toggles visibility of frame named “frameName”
/mafe frameName – toggles a frame editor for frame named “frameName”
/unmove frameName – resets frame named “frameName”
/movelist – lists profiles
/moveimport profileName – import settings from profile into the current profile
/moveexport profileName – exports settings into named profile
/movedelete profileName – deletes named profile
/move/mafe/unmove and /hide accepts several shorthands: last, minimap, buffs, debuffs, player, target, targetoftarget, focus & pet.

Tips: – Work in progress
Quickest way to modify a frame – Go into Keybindings, scroll down to MoveAnything and bind a key to “Move Frame – Safe“. They key you bound now toggles a mover on the topmost frame underneath your mouse cursor.
Easiest way to reset a frame – Bind a key to “Reset Frame – Safe” as described above and press it while hovering your mouse cursor above the element you want to reset. Check the chatframe to verify it’s the right frame before clicking the key again to confirm.
Moved something by mistake – Type /unmove last and it will reset the last frame you interacted with.
Figuring out frame names for use with /move/hide/mafe and /unmove – Use the “FS” checkbox to show Blizzard’s Frame Stack tooltip. This tooltip displays a list of frames currently underneath your mouse cursor, divided by what screen layer they are in(aka framestrata).