OneRing3

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OneRing3 is a plugin for OneBag3 that styles your keyring frame.

It follows in the vein of minimalism and stability as the rest of the OneBag suite. For the purpose of configuration OneRing3 will use the same settings as OneBag3.

Features

  • Doesn't display more rows than you need to see.
  • Color coded slots by item rarity
  • Inherits from OneBag3 any scale, background color, alpha, and other options.

The Family

OneCore
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
OneBag3
OneBank's adventurous brother who didn't mind being dragged through a dank swamp, Bag does pretty much the exact same job for your character's bag as OneBank3 does for your bank bags.
On WowAce
On Curse
OneBank3
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
OneView3
Coming Soon(tm)
OneVault3
Coming Soon(tm)

Localization

Localization is powered by WowAce's built in translation system. Please use the following links to contribute to localization.

OneCore
Currently needing - Latin American Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
OneBag3
Currently needing - Latin American Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
OneBank3
Currently needing - Latin American Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
OneRing3
Currently needing - Latin American Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Spanish

Bug Reports & Suggestions

Please report all bug reports to my tracker on WowAce.

I want to thank all the users who've been using the OneBag suite for so long. I'm hoping not to leave the code on autopilot quite like I did once OB2 went stable, although it was nice to not have to touch it for almost two years.


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About This Project

  • Project ID
    18764
  • Created
    Apr 19, 2009
  • Last Released File
    Jul 6, 2011
  • Total Downloads
    32,320
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