Bartender can be modified to meet your settings, according to me. The one who suggested a different extension is probably the best. There may also be a way to locate the keybind file under wow , and Burning Crusade Classic Gold then copy and paste it on the desktop or something. Then you can just drag them in and out from the file to edit the settings.
My primary concern is the client's global and local interest . Of course, the 3.X client is much better because the engine is polished , and tools are much easier to use. But I am feeling that I've lost the vanilla aspects of switching from 2.X to 3.X.X. I do not wish to release content from WOTLK. Additionally, I'm not sure whether anyone would be interested in playing on a 2.4.3 server.
You'll see many custom servers being launched and the volume does not increase. My impression is that they're launched with minimal content. I'm sure it would go live in the event that it announces itself after it had done its work.
3.3.5 emulators do not have lower high-end as 1.12.1 emulators. The information I have is not available to me. Trinitycore has 34k commits in comparison to 4,8k on Vmangos. TrinityCore comes with a wealth of options in terms of stability and performance, and you have access to a variety of applications that aren't accessible in 1.12.1 emulators.
VMaNGOS' strength is the fact that it incorporates the work performed while it is being used for Nostalrius or Light's Hope. There are numerous issues, instabilities, exploits and similar hard-to-foresee stuff that only becomes apparent on high density servers. That's VMaNGOS strengths. Because its main use case is vanilla servers, it scales well. It is able to do one thing very well and very well it is vanilla. This is Darrowshire which is a fantastic example. They have recently added the Warden anticheat.
It's been said before, but I'll attempt to make it more exciting. You could do this as long as you're having fun. The client you choose to use is merely a matter of preference. The WotLK client is the best for this reason, since it has an array of exciting new features you can tinker with, and the content is generally identical with regards to items like skills and talents.
Don't waste your time trying to tackle this massive undertaking in the hope of attracting players from a vast base. They don't want play on custom servers. Even even if they wanted to cheap WOW TBC Gold and they were obsessed with the latest updates would render your server obsolete in three months.