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Hot Sell Bags?

Discussion in 'UO Enhanced Client Discussion' started by Tukaram, Jan 23, 2010.

  1. Tukaram

    Tukaram Guest

    One of my favorite things about UOA was the 'hot sell bag'. Is there an option, a macro, or a mod, to get one? I've looked at all the options and don't see anything. And I haven't played around with the macros enough to know yet. Still working on it though.
  2. Tukaram

    Tukaram Guest

    I knew there was another question.

    Any way to save macros from one character to the other? In UOA I remember just copying over some files.

    I really trying to figure a lot of this out myself, by the way, but some of this I just ain't quite got yet.
  3. Gildar

    Gildar Babbling Loonie
    Stratics Veteran

    Apr 22, 2004
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    Hot sell - no, sorry.
    Copy macros - you can find the files in...
    My Documents\EA Games\Ultima Online Styigian Abyss\User Data\<shard>\

    Each character will have a file that is the same name as the character. It will have no extension, but the files are actually XML files. You can make a copy of one character's file, rename it to the name of a different character, and the macros, hotbars, and other settings will copy over.
  4. Tukaram

    Tukaram Guest

    Cool thanks! I knew there would be a way, and I doubt I'd have guessed that one. :)

    well.... not thanks for the bad news about hot sell.... bummer
  5. Fink

    Fink Guest

    Selling via the EC "vendor sell" gump is pretty fast, though.

    It's not a one-button function, but it's much nicer than the standard Classic interface. It's a longer list, and the descriptions are longer too. You can click through that list of stuff pretty quickly, and the things that entered your pack last (eg: loot) will be at the top of the list.