The warnings are telling you that you asked it to use the “Drakah” folder, but it cannot find file X. So, I would enter the Drakah folder and see if file X is present there.
My guess is, you have another folder inside the “Drakah” folder, which you cant do.
I zip up the folder I made and post it. In this case, my folder name was “drakah_intg_tking”, so I created a drakah_intg_tking.zip file. So I am betting you have a “drakah_intg_tking” inside of your “Drakah” folder.
The folder has to have the files present, it cannot read from a subfolder inside of the folder.
For example, in my UI folder, I made custom files for
but your uierrors.txt says it cant find those and will load them instead from the Default folder.
I am attaching my UIerrors file so you can see that mine did find those files since it isnt in the log list. In a custom UI, you only place the edited files in a folder so that EQ can read the unmodified ones from the Default folder by design.