OPie

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  • World of Warcraft
  • 25,637 Monthly Downloads
  • Supports: 7.0.3
  • 996,425 Total Downloads
  • Updated Jul 16, 2016
  • Created May 25, 2009
  • 1,187 Favorites
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  • Release Type: Release
  • License: All Rights Reserved
  • Newest File: Tomato 9
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About OPie

OPie is a radial action-binding addon: it lets you group actions into rings which appear when you hold down a keyboard or mouse binding. When you release the binding, OPie will perform an action based on where your mouse cursor is.

Use OPie to reduce the amount of clutter on your action bars: rings can contain your abilities, items, professions, battle pets, equipment sets, macros, and raid or world markers. Some rings for common class abilities and professions are included, as is a special quest items ring which automatically makes all of your quest and quest-starting items easily accessible. Other addons may add additional rings; for example, Spade uses OPie rings to let you chose the seeds you want to plant on your farm.

Download OPie today; configure to your liking (/opie), and customize your rings (/opie rings). For more details, see the OPie Guide, the screenshots on Curse, or a YouTube video of OPie in action.

Ring snapshots and tutorial/gameplay videos

You can create snapshots of your custom rings to share with other players; if you like, you can post them in the comments section on this page. Likewise, if you've created a video showing how you use OPie, I would very much like to hear about it.

Bug reports and feature requests

If you encounter any problems while using OPie, or think of useful functionality to add to OPie, use the OPie ticket tracker to get a faster response.

New Features

  • Added [horde] and [alliance] extended conditionals.
  • Added [moving], [have:item name/id], and [ready:spell name/spell id/item name/item id] non-secure conditionals.
  • Added [combo:X], [selfbuff:name], [selfdebuff:name], [buff:name], [debuff:name], [owndebuff:name], and [ownbuff:name] non-secure conditionals.
  • For Paladins, Monks, Shadow Priests, Destruction and Affliction Warlocks, the [combo:X] non-secure conditional checks the relevant alternate power (e.g. chi) instead of combo points.
  • Added #parse metacommand, which causes the following command to have its arguments parsed as secure options.
  • Added [race:orc/human/bloodelf/...] extended conditional.

Changes

  • The "Only [Character Name]" option in the "Make this ring available to:" custom ring dropdown will now prevent the ring from appearing for characters of the same name on different realms.
  • On 7.0+ WoW clients, in OPie macros, [spec:1] [spec:2] etc conditionals refer to your current active specialization (for example, these would evaluate to true for Balance and Feral druids respectively).

Bug fixes

  • Fixed an issue preventing some equipment set items from displaying correctly.
  • Fixed an issue that caused slices of some faction-specific mounts to appear inconsistently on cold logins.
  • Fixed an error that occurred when a macro contained /stopmacro.
  • Bindings involving the [;] keys are now displayed correctly in the bindings UI.
  • Fixed an error that occurred when using Spade.
  • Fixed an issue preventing the [spec:1] and [spec:2] conditionals from working correctly in macros triggered from OPie rings.
  • Fixed an error which could occur when deleting rings.
  • Fixed format errors in localization strings for some locales.

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