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EasyUO Download

Postby BlaZe on Sun Mar 01, 2009 12:00 pm

While Razor is an amazing tool for new players and vets alike, there are still many limitations as to what you can do with it.

EasyUO is the solution!

With this fascinating program there is almost no limit to what you can make your character do, provided you have a written script (or subscript). Think of it as making a macro.. but from scratch, with full control of every little detail on how it runs.

Now this may sound a bit overwhelming to one who doesn't know a thing about scripting or coding in general, but thats okay! Within a month or so this forum will begin to fill up with user-submitted scripts that aim to make your gaming experience the BEST possible.

You can also register for an account at EasyUO's home page and take a look at their massive collection of scripts in the Public Script Library. Please do note that the odds of finding scripts to manage the custom features of our shard will probably be slim-to-none.

If you are interested in learning how to script, take some time to read the latest Documentation. I'm always learning something new when I browse through there. :)


Installation is a snap, this is a 'standalone' program, meaning theres no install to worry about, just put it somewhere safe and make a shortcut to it. I would also advise a subfolder to store all of your favorite scripts.

Oh, and did I mention that this can be used WITH RAZOR??

Happy hunting!
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Re: EasyUO Download

Postby Davemustache on Sun Jan 10, 2016 2:26 am

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Re: EasyUO Download

Postby Tattersail on Thu Feb 11, 2016 3:22 am

Does this work with UOSteam..? And if so, how..?? :)
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Re: EasyUO Download

Postby Dorn on Thu Feb 11, 2016 3:54 am

Tattersail wrote:Does this work with UOSteam..? And if so, how..?? :)



Yes. I start up UOsteam and login and then start EasyUO, load required scripts, and press play.

Works like a dream!
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Re: EasyUO Download

Postby Tattersail on Thu Feb 11, 2016 4:49 am

I'm obviously dong something wrong then, how did you link easyuo to the game..? Cause I use steam to open the client (step-by-step pls) :)
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Re: EasyUO Download

Postby Dorn on Thu Feb 11, 2016 6:35 am

Tattersail wrote:I'm obviously dong something wrong then, how did you link easyuo to the game..? Cause I use steam to open the client (step-by-step pls) :)

1. Start UOSteam
2.Login to Excellsior and say g'day mate in world chat
3. Minimize UO
4. Start EasyUO
5. Open desired EasyUO script
6. Press play of opened script
7. Return to UO and do stuff

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Re: EasyUO Download

Postby Gaara on Thu Feb 11, 2016 6:41 am

Dorn wrote:
Tattersail wrote:I'm obviously dong something wrong then, how did you link easyuo to the game..? Cause I use steam to open the client (step-by-step pls) :)

1. Start UOSteam
2.Login to Excellsior and say g'day mate in world chat
3. Minimize UO
4. Start EasyUO
5. Open desired EasyUO script
6. Press play of opened script
7. Return to UO and do stuff

:D


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Re: EasyUO Download

Postby Tattersail on Thu Feb 11, 2016 6:45 am

I'll be certain to try this when I get back from work in a few hours...Thanks lads...
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