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User Interface (UI)


Tera introduces two UIs for the non-targeting combat system. The first UI is the Movement UI, the second is the Management UI. To toggle between the UIs use the "Alt"-key or the "Esc"-key.


Source(s): User Interface


Movement UI


Userinterfacescreen01.png
Object
1 Status Bar
2 Action Bar
3 Quest Log
4 Map


Source(s): User Interface



Status Bar Displays your hit points and mana points .Above that bar are buffs; the swords signifying whether the player is in combat or not and the heart signifying the character’s “condition”. (Condition is another topic all together!)
Action Bar If you view the picture full-sized, you will see that the top row contains mouse keybinds. Your initial attack is mapped to left-click and your dodge/block/heal is spacebar. You can move your skills to any of the squares, but you cannot remap the square’s bind itself at this time.
Quest Log As in most MMOs, in TERA, quests line up along the right side of your screen as you receive them.
Map A tiny transparent map. This can be closed or moved in the next “mode” I will discuss



Source(s): User Interface


Management UI


As you can see, you are also able to move a few UI components in this mode, such as the quest box, transparent minimap, and chat box.


Source(s): User Interface



Userinterfacescreen02.png
Object
1 Menu
2 Daily Life
3 System Config
4 Area's Completed Quests Status


Source(s): User Interface



Menu It displays the keybinds (currently not re-bindable) for things like your inventory and character pane.
Daily Life The daily life includes friends list and trade options
System Config The system config menu contains logout options and gameplay options.
Area's Completed Quests Status A pane that depicts how much of an area's quests you've completed.


Source(s): User Interface



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