The Baldur's Gate series has a large following, and for those who need some encouragement, there's the Infinity UI++ project, which has been around for some time. Beamdog has recently praised the modifications made to the original interface of the first part of the series.
Pecca's practice is a collection of suggestions inspired in part by the Pillars of Eternity series. This is particularly evident in the main layout, which has moved the team member portraits, quick access bar, and message box to the bottom of the screen.
Changes have been made to the character and inventory screens, making them much clearer and making it much easier to switch between characters. Another very handy feature is the ability to display the entire team's inventory in one window, making resource management faster and more organized.
The first keeps a record of defeated enemies, while the second remembers the content of all of the books we read during the game.
The new Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition image is shown in the author's video, but it's also compatible with the Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition and the Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition mod, as well as a version for Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition.
Infinity UI++ is still in the works (the last update occurred in April this year), therefore, all changes have not been implemented or properly tested.