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  • Supports: 6.2.3
  • 922,415 Total Downloads
  • Updated 02/07/2016
  • Created 05/25/2009
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  • Release Type: Release
  • License: All Rights Reserved
  • Newest File: Tomato 6

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.


  • 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.

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.

Full Release Notes


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  • #250
    Scrolling is the mechanism that works for me. Mousewheel or two fingers on a Mac trackpad, usually. If that's not working specifically, then I hope you get that figured out.
  • #251
    Yeah mouse wheel isn't scrolling through the 2nd ring.
  • #252
    Mouse wheel scrolling should work. Depending on the sensitivity option in /opie options, you may have to scroll the wheel several notches before the ring rotates. Newer versions added additional bindings you could use to rotate nested rings; those can be set using /opie bind

    If scrolling still does not work, post a more detailed report here:
  • #253
    For some reason the mouse scrolling is working now.

    Thanks again.
  • #242
    Is there any way to show/hide a slice depending on spec?
    My trinkets for both specs show up no matter what spec I am in.
  • #243
    No, there's no easy way to show/hide slices depending on spec. [Though you could create a macro (in OPie) starting with a "#rkrequire {{spell:12345}}" line (no quotes), where 12345 is a spell ID of an ability you have only in one of your specs.]

    Using macros and your action bars will force left-click behavior: your action bar only runs the macro once, so OPie has no way of knowing when you press/release the action button.

    Your two-rings approach can work, though -- either create a separate OPie profile for one of the specs, or use bindings with [spec:1]/[spec:2] conditionals.
  • #244
    Thanx Fox.
    But what I am really looking to do is get rid of my PvP trinket that shows up in every ring in all specs since it exists in my bag. Any way in the future to not show a slice depending on if it is equipped?
  • #246
    A good work around for equipped trinkets is to make 2 macro slices (1 for each trinket slot)

    First macro: (call it Trinket 1)

    /use 13

    Second Macro: (call it Trinket 2)

    /use 14

    Bind those to 2 slices and don't change the icon or anything.

    Then when you call up that ring, then the icon will show whatever trinket you have equipped in the slots, together with the right cooldown, tooltip etc.

  • #245
    It'd hard to do properly, unfortunately. In an ideal world, you'd be able to specify [macro] conditionals for each slice's visibility and have applied dynamically when you open the ring.

    File a ticket, I may get around to it eventually.
  • #239
    One thing I usually do after installing this is adding "Basic Campfire" to the profession ring. I wonder if it would not be appropriate to add it per default?
  • #240
    When you open your tradeskill ring, hold alt. It will show alternate buttons for some professions - cooking/fire, enchanting/de, archaeology/survey, jc/prospecting, and possibly others. At least that seems to be enabled by default for me... I don't remember checking that setting ;)
  • #236
    First of all, this is definitely my favorite add-on! I would like to know: is there any way to have character specific key bindings? Is that something I'm missing with the profiles feature? All my characters use the default atm. I'd like to have my hunter traps ring more easily available but I don't want every character to have a ring on that binding.
  • #256

    Whenever I make a ring with a damge dealing spell after my target dies, all custom bindings no longer work. Please help!

  • #237
    Yes. You could use profiles (create a new one for your hunter, set the binding), or simply mark your custom ring as hunter-specific: in that case, it won't appear on non-hunter characters, and you'll be free to use the binding for other things when not playing a hunter.
  • #255

    When ever I make an Opie ring with a damge dealing spell, after the target dies all custom bindings no longer work, please respond!

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