OneBag is a replacement for the default game bags that combines all the bags into one frame. There are already addons out there that do this, so why OneBag? Mainly because I wanted a simpler, more system-friendly bag. OneBag doesn't entirely rewrite the bag-handling interface like others do. It simply rearranges the bags into one and allows the default UI to continue managing the bag slots. This means that addons such as KC_Items, ItemSync, LootLink, and SellValue should be inherently supported. As long as an addon is compatible with the default game bags, it should work with OneBag. This was my goal, anyway. For my uses OneBag has succeeded. Hopefully you will have similar results.
Combines all your character bags into one.
Customizable number of columns.
Displays the total number of slots, by slots used and type. Types being that ammo, soul bags, and professions bags all get a seperate count.
Inherent support for addons such as KC_Items, ItemSync, LootLink, and SellValue, with no need for special code.
Color coded slots by item rarity or bag type.
Will automatically open for you when you visit the auction house, bank, mailbox, merchant, or when entering a player trade.
Customizable display of only certain bags, either but slot number, or by type.
Gives you a bag bar for easy manipulation of your bags.
You can mouseover the bags on the bar to highlight the slots from that bag. You can also lock this highlight by clicking.
Customize the scale and alpha of the frame.
Provides an easy to use graphical config menu.
A Couple of Notes:
This mod does rely on the Ace2 embedable framework. Ace2 is the next generation of the Ace line, and does not require an external Ace2 addon as a dependency.
Command List All of these commands are available from both the command line and dropwdown config menu unless otherwise noted.
/ob or /onebag - Main chat command
colors - Different color code settings.
mouseover - Changes the highlight color for when you mouseover a bag slot.
ammo - Changes the highlight color for Ammo Bags.
soul - Changes the highlight color for Soul Bags.
prof - Changes the highlight color for Profession Bags.
background - Changes the background color for the frame.
glow - Turns hightlight glow on and off.
rarity - Turns rarity coloring on and off.
reset - Reset the different colors.
mouseover - Returns your mouseover color to the default.
ammo - Returns your ammo slot color to the default.
soul - Returns your soul slot color to the default.
prof - Returns your profession slot color to the default.
background - Returns your frame background to the default.
frame - Frame Options
strata - Sets the strata of the frame
clamped - Toggles the ability to drag the frame off screen.
scale - Sets the scale of the frame
locked - Toggles the ability to move the frame
alpha - Sets the alpha of the frame
cols - Sets the number of columns to use
show - Various Display Options
counts - Toggles showing the counts for special bags.
direction - Toggles direction the bags are shown
ammo - Turns display of ammo bags on and off.
soul - Turns display of soul bags on and off.
prof - Turns display of profession bags on and off.
0 - Turns display of your backpack on and off.
1 - Turns display of your first bag on and off.
2 - Turns display of your second bag on and off.
3 - Turns display of your third bag on and off.
4 - Turns display of your fourth bag on and off.
plow - Organizes your bags. - Note: This option only appears if you have MrPlow installed
I've attached a zip of OneBag for those who are interested in helping me test
Not sure what issue I'm having but with your zipped version (and some of the SVN releases) I'm just getting regular bags. LoadIt says the mod is loaded and BugSack isn't reporting any errors. So I'm not sure if it's crashing at startup or what.
would it be possible to minimize the key ring picture to the same height as the text? so it doesn't create a big void between the text and the key slots? i know it is only a few pixels but i think it will fit better with the way the bags are currently implemented
That's not what I ment .. I know it's easier with externals but they could go into a folder like
that would keep the addons main folder clean and would make clear which folders are external libs and make easier to recognice if there are folders for the addons like /OneBag/Sounds or /OneBag/Textures.