OneBag3 is part of a long line of bag replacements for the default game bags that will combine all of your bags into one frame.
OneBag has a long history of minimalism and OneBag3 will continue to uphold the standard of easy of use and simplicity it's predecessors set. Like the earlier versions, OneBag3 will continue to offer powerful options for those who wish to delve a little deeper.
Also in the vein of earlier iterations I've kept to the philosophy of doing as little work as possible, as a result the code base is very small, and most of it is in the OneCore library. As of the time of writing there are only 268 lines of code unique to OneBag3, and only 1804 lines of code in OneCore itself. LoC is a horrible stat in general, but it's fun none the less, and I cheat horribly since I build off the powerful Ace3 libraries.
- Now with Search
- Combines all of your bags into one.
- Customizable number of columns
- Inherent support for addons that interact with the default bags
- Color coded slots by item rarity or bag type
- Will automatically open and close for you when visiting the auction house, bank, mailbox, merchant or when trading with another player.
- Allows only certain bags to be displayed, either by slot or type
- Custom bag bar which will highlight it's associated slots on mouseover. This highlighting can be locked in place by clicking.
- Customizable scale, background color, alpha, and more.
- Clean and powerful graphical configuration
- Exposes WoW's built in bag sorting
Search inside of OneBag3 is powered by the LibItemSearch library by Jalibroc. As a result it supports many advanced search options.
- Quality: q:[quality] or quality:[quality]. Example: q:epic
- Level: l:[level], lvl:[level] or level:[quality]. Example lvl:30
- Type or Subtype: t:[search], type:[search] or slot:[search]. Example t:weapon
- Name: n:[name] or name:[name]. Example: n:lockbox
- Sets: s:[set] or set:[set]. Example: s:fire
- Tooltip Info: tt:[term], tip:[term] or tooltip:[term]. Example: tt:binds
- Logical NOT: "!q:epic" matches items that are NOT epic.
- Logical OR: "q:epic | q:rare" matches items that are either epic OR rare.
- Logical AND: "q:epic & t:weapon" matches items that are epic AND weapons.
- Greater Than: "lvl: > 30" matches items that are higher than level 30.
- Less Than: "lvl: < 30" matches items that are less than level 30.
- Greater or Equal to: "lvl: => 30" matches items that are lvl 30 or greater.
- Lesser or Equal to: "lvl: <= 30" matches items that are lvl 30 or less.
- soulbound, bound, bop - Bind on pickup items.
- bou - Bind on use items.
- boe - Bind on equip items.
- boa - Bind on account items.
- quest - Quest bound items.
- The brains and the brawn of the outfit, Core does all the heavy lifting both logic and layout wise. This is embedded in OneBag by default, and you shouldn't need to worry about installing it unless you're running no-lib builds.
- On WowAce
- On Curse
- OneBag's brother who always like the safety of town, Bank does pretty much the exact same job for your bankslots as OneBag does for your character's bags.
- On WowAce
- On Curse
Localization is powered by WowAce's built in translation system. Please use the following links to contribute to localization.
Bug Reports & Suggestions
Please report all bug reports to my tracker on WowAce.
I want to thank all the users who've been using OneBag and OneBank for so long.
2016-08-03 Bryan McLemore <email@example.com>
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|File Name||Release Type||Game Version||Downloads||Date|
|v3.8.5||Release||7.0.3||62,898||Aug 3, 2016|
|v3.8.5-nolib||Release||7.0.3||399||Aug 3, 2016|
|v3.8.4||Release||7.0.3||6,753||Aug 3, 2016|
|v3.8.4-nolib||Release||7.0.3||64||Aug 3, 2016|
|v3.8.3-nolib||Release||6.0.3||1,024||Nov 1, 2014|
|v3.8.3||Release||6.0.3||184,918||Nov 1, 2014|
|v3.8.2-nolib||Release||6.0.2||122||Oct 19, 2014|
|v3.8.2||Release||6.0.2||34,580||Oct 19, 2014|
|v3.8.1||Release||6.0.2||1,682||Oct 18, 2014|
|v3.8.1-nolib||Release||6.0.2||20||Oct 18, 2014|
|v3.8.0||Release||6.0.2||1,405||Oct 18, 2014|
|v3.8.0-nolib||Release||6.0.2||71||Oct 18, 2014|
|v3.7.2||Release||6.0.2||1,396||Oct 18, 2014|
|v3.7.2-nolib||Release||6.0.2||49||Oct 18, 2014|
|v3.7.1||Release||6.0.2||226||Oct 18, 2014|
|v3.7.1-nolib||Release||6.0.2||19||Oct 18, 2014|
|v3.7.0||Release||6.0.2||1,221||Oct 18, 2014|
|v3.7.0-nolib||Release||6.0.2||14||Oct 18, 2014|
|v3.6.1||Release||6.0.2||27,449||Oct 15, 2014|
|v3.6.1-nolib||Release||6.0.2||86||Oct 15, 2014|
|v3.6.0||Release||6.0.2||7,907||Oct 15, 2014|
|v3.6.0-nolib||Release||6.0.2||64||Oct 15, 2014|
|v3.5.0||Release||5.4.0||160,297||Sep 10, 2013|
|v3.5.0-nolib||Release||5.4.0||404||Sep 10, 2013|
|v3.4.8||Release||5.1.0||134,203||Nov 28, 2012|
|v3.4.8-nolib||Release||5.1.0||300||Nov 28, 2012|
|v3.4.7||Release||5.0.4||95,664||Sep 8, 2012|
|v3.4.7-nolib||Release||5.0.4||185||Sep 8, 2012|
|v3.4.6||Release||5.0.4||18,741||Sep 6, 2012|
|v3.4.6-nolib||Release||5.0.4||53||Sep 6, 2012|
|v3.4.5||Release||5.0.4||47,859||Aug 28, 2012|
|v3.4.5-nolib||Release||5.0.4||102||Aug 28, 2012|
|v3.4.4||Release||5.0.4||1,465||Aug 28, 2012|
|v3.4.4-nolib||Release||5.0.4||29||Aug 28, 2012|
|v3.4.3||Release||4.3.4||33,758||Aug 23, 2012|
|v3.4.3-nolib||Release||4.3.4||209||Aug 23, 2012|
|v3.4.2||Release||4.3.0||343,520||Nov 29, 2011|
|v3.4.2-nolib||Release||4.3.0||749||Nov 29, 2011|
|v3.4.1||Release||4.2.0||249,129||Jul 8, 2011|
|v3.4.1-nolib||Release||4.2.0||411||Jul 8, 2011|
|v3.4.0||Release||4.2.0||50,739||Jul 6, 2011|
|v3.4.0-nolib||Release||4.2.0||112||Jul 6, 2011|
|v3.3.15||Release||4.1.0||112,368||May 30, 2011|
|v3.3.15-nolib||Release||4.1.0||200||May 30, 2011|
|v3.3.14||Release||4.1.0||11,687||May 30, 2011|
|v3.3.14-nolib||Release||4.1.0||45||May 30, 2011|
|v3.3.13||Release||4.0.6||199,024||Feb 14, 2011|
|v3.3.13-nolib||Release||4.0.6||632||Feb 14, 2011|
|v3.3.12||Release||4.0.1||4,442||Oct 12, 2010|
|v3.3.12-nolib||Release||4.0.1||149||Oct 12, 2010|