UO Magic Tool 7.5

General Info
May 10, 2005
Added support for the new Necromancer Exorcism skill. Since there are 16 Necromancer spells, and only 10 Paladin abilities I have decided to add the new Exorcism spell to the second Paladin tab in the tool and move it all the way to the right to separate it from the Paladin abilities. The default macro key setting for the new spell is Ctrl-Alt-O (the letter o, not the number 0) which is right at the end of the other Necromancer spells.

Travelling thru Britannia as a mage in training I found keeping track of my reagents a real pain in the butt. Many times I tried to cast a spell only to find out that I just used my last Mandrake Root. When you are practicing magic this is a little inconvenient, but when you walk inside a dungeon and need to recall out there fast to save your skin it can be the difference between life or death.

To overcome this problem I have created a tool that will keep track of reagent usage. Not only does this tool display the amount of reagents and the amount of spells that can be cast with those reagents, but it also enables me to cast spells at the click of a mouse-button without taking up valuable screen space in the UO window. For the techies: All that this tool does is place a keystroke in the keyboard-buffer and transfer control to the UO window. The keystrokes correspond with the keyboard macros that you can use in UO to cast spells with.

A Frequently Asked Questions list is now available by clicking on the FAQ option in the menu above.

Because so many of you have asked for it I have been working together with Tugsoft to make the UO Magic Tool work together with UO Assist. So far we have established an interface mechanism so that our UO tools can communicate with each other. Because of this interface users who use both tools will notice some changes in the UO Magic Tool.
We have plans to increase functionality even more, but for now this is the current release. Please note that you do not *need* to use both tools. Both UO Assist and the UO Magic Tool will function perfectly without each-other. It is only when they are combined that you will get maximum benefits.


UO Magic Tool spell buttons
This is the most important part of the UO Magic Tool. There are 8 tabs that represent the 8 spell circles and 2 tabs that can be used to access the 16 most used spells. Color coded bars and some numbers give information about all spells in the game.

2 tabs have been added to show the Necromancer spells, and 2 tabs have been added to show the Paladin spells. You can see those tabs on the right side of the Necromancer and Paladin spell books.

Some spell icons are brownish, other are grayish. The brown icons represent spells that are written in your spell book, the gray icons are the spells you have not yet written in your spell book

Above each icon is a colored bar that gives an indication of the amount of spells that can be cast with the current amount of reagents. Green indicates enough reagents are available, Yellow indicates that you are running low on reagents (3 or less of at least one of the required reagents for the spell. This amount can be changed, see below), Red indicates you are out of at least 1 of the required reagents.

Below each icon is a colored bar that gives an indication of the effect of the spell. Blue bars indicate these spells can be safely used within the guarded areas such as towns. Note that this not necessarily means they will have no negative effect on your karma, healing an evil character is still a bad thing to do. Red bars indicate spells that will do damage or have other negative effects. Do not use these spells in guarded areas for you will surely be caught by the guards. The numbers inside these bars tell you the chance of success when casting that spell. The chance depends on your current skill levels (see below).

To the right of the spell icons you can see how much mana and gold a spell costs. Just move the mouse over a spell icon to see the corresponding data. Also shown are the name of the spell and the words of power that are chanted during casting.

Tithing points display has been added to aid Paladins. Click the amount of tithing points displayed to edit it manually.

Left-clicking on an icon will send the corresponding macro key to the UO window (i.e. Alt-1 for the first spell in the first circle). You have to make sure you have set up the spell macros in UO to correspond with this tool, or set up the macros in this tool to correspond with UO. Clicking an icon will also subtract the reagents or tithing points that are used by the spell from the total amount of reagents.

Right-clicking on an icon will open a window with extra information about that spell (see below).

Ctrl-clicking on an icon will add the reagents for that spell to the current container. It will *not* cast the spell.

If you could not cast the spell in UO because your spell book was not available, or you were holding a weapon in your hand the reagents will be subtracted from the total. Click the 'Undo' button to undo the subtraction.

Users of UO Assist by Tugsoft can click on the 'Count' button to start the counting of reagents in your backpack.

Whenever you cast a spell directly in UO (from your spellbook, or by using the UO spell icons) then UO Assist will notice this and notify the Magic Tool. The Magic Tool will then update the reagent count in the current reagent container or the tithing count. So now you can cast spells by clicking on the icons in the Magic Tool or by clicking on the icons in UO, the result is the same. Without UO Assist the Magic Tool does not receive notification of spells you cast directly in UO. I strongly suggest you only cast spell by clicking on the icons in the Magic Tool if you do not use UO Assist.

Users of UO Assist now see the curent Magery, Necromancy, Chivalry, Intelligence and Mana reflected in the Magic Tool. If any of these 3 change in the game then the corresponding fields in the Magic Tool will be updated. The current amount of mana and tithing points is displayed left of the 'Undo' button.

If you do not have enough mana the %chance of success will be displayed as 0.

If the %chance of success is 0 the tool will optionally not let you use that spell.

A button for Meditation has been added to the main screen. Clicking this will invoke the Meditation skill if you have entered the correct macro key in the settings window (see below).

Clicking on the background of the tool will remove all borders, thus making the tool occupy less screen space. A good spot to click on is between the block of buttons on the right side of the tool. This feature comes in handy when used together with the 'always on top' feature. Clicking the background of the tool again will restore the borders.


Amount of reagents in backpack In this part of the UO Magic Tool you can enter the amount of reagents have stored in backpacks, pouches, boxes, chests, vendors, the bank etc. Each time you click on a spell icon in the Tool to cast a spell the reagents that are used by that spell are subtracted from the total amount of the current selected container. This way you will always know exactly how much reagents you have left.

Necromancer reagents have been added to the display.

When you find reagents in the wild or you sell some reagents to others you can easily adjust the amount of reagents by clicking on the small spin buttons next to the reagent amount instead of entering the new values manually. If you buy or sell large amounts of reagents you can also enter that quite easily. Just type '+80' in the textbox to add 80 reagents or '-77' to subtract 77 reagents. The new total amount of reagents will be calculated by the Tool and displayed.

You can manage the amount of reagents for 10 different containers. You could use a wooden box with lots of reagents when you are in town, a pouch with 15 of each when hunting in forests or dungeons and even keep track of how many reagents you still have in your bank, house, tent, boat or vendor.

You can change the name of the containers (i.e. Red Backpack) quite easily by simply typing a new name in the combo box and pressing Tab or clicking outside the combo box.

Users of UO Assist by Tugsoft will notice that the amount of reagents displayed here will be updated when UO Assist has finished counting the reagents in your backpack. Be very careful not to start the counting when the current reagent container is not your backpack but your bank box or any other external container.


Spell info UO Magic Tool Vertical To the right you can see the main window of the Magic Tool positioned vertically.

The left window is displayed when you right-click on a spell icon. Input your current skill levels and stats to assure the displayed damage, duration and extra info are calculated correctly. When your skills or stats are too low to successfully cast the spell then the background of the corresponding textbox will turn red.

The values of the various stats and skills correspond with the values on the Magery tab of the settings window (see below).

Necromancer and Paladin spell information has been added. Magery spell information has been updated to the latest Age of Shadows rules.


Various settings

This window is displayed when you click the first 'Spells & Reagents' tab. Here you can see (and change) which reagents are used by every spell.

This is also the place where you can tell the tool which spells are in your spell book and which are not.

Necromancer and Paladin spell books can be maintained here, as well as Necromancer reagent costs and Paladin tithing point costs.

In the column 'Not in town' you can select which spells are not allowed to be cast in town because they will get you killed by the guards. (This has changed now that the new Reputation system is installed)

Using the price per reagent that is displayed at the bottom of the window the price per spell is displayed. This can be a money saver when you are training magic. You can concentrate on the spells that cost the least amount of money. If you do not know what names of reagents correspond with the pictures just let the mouse hover over a picture. The name of the reagent will be displayed in a tooltip.

The 'Pictures' checkbox in the lower left corner will toggle the display of reagent names and reagent pictures.

The 'Fill book' and 'Empty' buttons allow you to completely fill or empty your Mage, Necromancer and/or Palading spell book in one go.


User definable spells
The first two Tabs of the main window can display 16 spells that you use the most. When you click the 'User spells' tab you can choose which spells you want displayed on these Tabs.

User definable macro settings
If you do not like the default way the macro keys are setup then you can assign your own macro keys using the 'Macros & Settings' tab. Any character or function key is allowed. Select the Alt, Ctrl and Shift modifiers you wish to use. You cannot use the navigation keys (cursor, page up, home etc.) or the keys on the numeric key pad. Just make sure the macro key setting in the UO Magic Tool and in UO itself match.

If you already have entered macros in UO to cast spells just click the 'Load' button to load these settings into the Magic Tool. You will need to open the file macros.txt that can be found in the directory where you installed UO. Keep in mind that for every character you have created, there is a separate macros.txt file. Make sure you load the correct one when making changes. All macros.txt files can be found in the following folder structure beneath the directory where you installed UO in: Desktop\[account name]\[shard name]\[character name]

You can enter the key combination you defined for the Meditation skill in UO here. This macro key will be sent to UO when you click on the 'Meditate' button on the main screen.

After you have changed the macro keys you can create a macro file that has to be merged with the UO macro file. Please make sure you do not overwrite the original macros.txt file. All your non-spell macros will be lost if you overwrite that file.


User definable macro settings
When the amount of reagents and amount of spells that can be cast drop below a certain point you will notice a yellow colored background as an indication of that (see top of page). On this setup tab you can change when that will happen. Default value is 3.

When you do not have enough reagents or tithing points (according to the tool) you cannot cast certain spells. The tool will give an error message if you try. If you do not want that message to ever appear (maybe you just picked up a bag full of reagents in a fight) uncheck the check box at the bottom of the screen.

To assist the color blind people the warning color for a low amount of reagents can be changed to any color.

You can set a threshold level of mana, so that if you fall below that level you will start to meditate.

The Tool can be displayed horizontal or vertical.

The 'Always on top' switch will make the Magic Tool float on top of all other windows when set to 'on'. You can use this to place the magic tool in the black area outside the main UO window if you use the 'Big Screen' feature. Note: The Magic Tool will not be visible if you run UO in full screen mode.

If you do not use the Necromancer spells, you can switch the Magic Tool to a smaller window size by not displaying the necromancer reagent counts on the main window..


User definable macro settings
Mages in training will find these tables very handy to determine when they should or could start training with spells of a higher level.

The first column displays the minimum required Intelligence level for casting spells of a particular circle. Circles that have a higher INT requirement than your current INT (displayed at the bottom) show this value in red, thus indicating you are not able to cast spells of that circle.

The second column displays the minimum required Magery Skill level for casting spells of a particular circle. Circles that have a higher Magery requirement than your current Magery Skill (displayed at the bottom) show this value in red, thus indicating you are not able to cast spells of that circle.

The third column displays the Magery Skill level at which you have the highest chance (currently 99%) of successfully casting a spell of that circle. When you have not yet reached that Magery Skill level it will be displayed in yellow, thus indicating that there is room for improvement. You do not need to increase to that level of magery, but your rate of success will increase if you do.

The fourth column displays the percentage chance you have at successfully casting a spell of a particular circle. Once again, a red value is an indication you are not able to cast spells of that circle at all.

Clicking on the large button will take you to the UO Stratics website. Check there regurarly to see if the minimum required magery and intelligence still match the current values in the game.

User definable macro settings
This pane works similar to the one for Magery except that your character's Necromancy skill is now used (instead of the Magery skill)
User definable macro settings
This pane works similar to the one for Magery or Necromany except that your character's Chivalry skill is now used (instead of the Magery skill)

User definable macro settings
When you have reagents stored in different places it is easy to forget how many reagents you have exactly. That can be a thing of the past if you use the 'Reagent Management' tab to keep track of how many reagents you have stored in all those different bags, pouches, boxes, chests, boats, tents, houses, vendors and the bank.

Use the up/down arrows to increase or decrease the amount of reagents in a container.
Use the left-right arrows to transfer reagents from one container to another. Or enter -999 to +999 on either side to transfer that amount of reagents between containers. The Magic Tool will not transfer the reagents if you try to move more reagents than you actually have.

In the column on the right you can see how much reagents you have in total. This can be a help when you are deciding what reagents you need to buy the next time you are in a mage shop.

Clicking on the Necromancer spellbook will allow you to manage your necromancer reagents.


User definable macro settings
If you like to role-play you will like this feature. Texts entered here are spoken during the casting of the spell. You can also choose to emote, yell or whisper the texts instead of saying them.
Downloading

The UO Magic Tool is freeware.

The UO Magic Tool has been tested and works ok on Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT and Windows XP Home. It most probably will not work properly on Windows 2000.

Currently available for download:
UO Magic Tool 7.5 Setup (1 MB)
Installation instructions are included in the ZIP file. You must have the Visual Basic 6 runtime files installed before you can install the Magic Tool. You can download those runtime files by clicking on the link above. More information on these files can be found on the Microsoft Support web site.

Because of changes made to the format of macros.txt files, you can no longer use a "normal" editor like Notepad to edit these files. To overcome this problem, I've created a small tool UO Macro Editor that will allow you load old and new format macros.txt files, edit them and save them. The Macro Editor needs some runtime files that are installed with the Magic Tool, so you may want to install the Magic Tool first. For more info on the macros.txt file, see our Creating UO Macros Offline guide.

If you don't know how to open a ZIP file, download WinZip.

Have fun!

If you wish to also use UO Assist you will have to purchase a license to use it. A Public Trial Version is available for free. Look for more information on the Tugsoft website.


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Date Version Comments
7 jan 98 1.0
  • Initial release.
14 jan 98 1.1
  • Added some more info to the info page.
  • Included the new 1.25.23 magic rules.
15 jan 98 1.2
  • Changed the reagents used for reactive armour.
  • Changes in the reagents used per spell are now saved.
17 jan 98 1.3
  • Added another 'User Spells' tab.
  • Made the spell icons smaller so all icons can be seen (even when running in 640*480).
  • Moved the 'UO Window Name' textbox to the settings window.
  • The position of the tool on the screen will be saved.
  • 10 player names can be used with the tool.
  • Error 50003 removed (not!)
18 jan 98 1.4
  • Editing of player names had a bug.
  • Any macro can now be used to cast a spell.
  • A 'Scribe' checkbox can be used when inscribing scrolls.
  • The effects of some spells have been changed in the info window.
  • User tab did not correctly show the amount of spells castable.
  • Added an icon for the Magic Tool.
  • Meteor Swarm uses Spider's Silk not Garlic. Please update this manually if you are updating from a previous version.
19 jan 98 1.5
  • The 'Scribe' checkbox now actually works...
  • Added an option which will toggle the display of reagent pictures and reagent names. The initial display of the pictures caused the infamous 50003 error on some systems.
  • Poison Field spell info caused error 424 (object required)
  • Restored the minimize button on the main window. Somehow it got removed.
24 jan 98 1.6
  • Changed the amount of Intelligence needed for spells. This has been changed in UO patch 1.25.25
  • Moved the icons and info as much to the top as possible. Now you can use the tool better when running in 800*600
25 jan 98 1.7
  • Fixed the 'Run-time error 32006: Bad GraphicCell index' that occurred when displaying pictures on the settings window.
28 jan 98 1.8
  • Added spin buttons to increase or decrease the amount of reagents.
  • Added the possibility to manage 10 containers with reagents.
  • Changed the lay-out of the user spells setting window.
  • Changed the tooltip of the garlic picture from Mandrake to Garlic. :)
  • Used updated DLL's and controls to create this version this hopefully takes away some otherwise unexplainable bugs.
7 feb 98 2.0
  • Some minor bugs were removed.
  • Now using color coding to display which reagents are used by a spell.
  • Moved all settings to one big tabbed dialogue.
  • Display amount of mana needed on main window.
  • Every spell can now have a text attached that is spoken when the spell is being cast.
  • Added tables that show which circles can be cast depending on the mages skill and intelligence plus a percentage chance of success when casting spells.
  • Greatly enhanced the management of reagents, allowing updates in all containers, easy transfer between containers and display of grand total of reagents.
7 feb 98 2.1
  • Removed a minor bug that occurred when the tool was shut down in minimized state.
  • Added a link to the required run-time files at microsoft.com to the readme file.
8 feb 98 2.2
  • The spin button next to garlic on the main screen caused a run-time error. three other spin-buttons were linked to the wrong reagent.
11 feb 98 3.0
  • To be able to use this tool for more than 1 character the following settings are stored on a per player basis:
    Spells in spell book
    Reagent container names
    Amount of reagents in containers
    User spells
    User statistics (Int, magery, dex)
    Spell texts
  • Added an option to load exisiting spell macros from the UO macros.txt file into the tool.
  • Added an option to create a macro file that can be merged with the UO macros.txt file.
  • Added an option that will enable or disable the message when you try to cast a spell for which you have not enough reagents.
  • When starting the Magic Tool a message box will display the current player name.
  • Magic damage now displayed according to new magic rules.
  • Added a link to the Xena Dragon website and the UO Strategy and Statistics website.
  • The value at which amount of reagents and spells turns yellow is now user definable.
  • Amount of reagents and various other settings are saved regularly so you won't loose that much when you have to reboot your machine.
12 feb 98 3.1
  • Fixed runtime error 5 that could occur during the conversion of old settings to new settings.
15 feb 98 3.2
  • On the bottom line of the spell text screen ; and : for whisper and emote were reversed.
  • Total number of reagents was not updated if reagent amounts were entered directly on the reagent management screen. You would have to close and open the screen to see the new total.
  • Default reagents for Greater Heal were wrong; Sulph Ash should be Spider Silk.
  • In case you exited the tool when it was minimized it would get stuck in the task-bar.
21 feb 98 3.3
  • Default reagents for Heal, Magic Trap, Fire Field, Mana Vampire and Resurrection were wrong.
1 may 98 4.0
  • The tool will automagically find the UO window and get the character and server name from there.
  • Name of character and server are displayed in the title bar of the tool.
  • Right-clicking a spell icon will display info about the spell.
  • The main screen has been made a bit smaller again.
  • Spell info is displayed on main screen as the mouse moves over the spell icons.
  • The user can set which spells are allowed in town and which not on the settings dialogue.
  • Fixed a small error in the calculation of %chance of success while casting.
  • Display %chance of success on main screen.
  • The cursor changes into a scribing hand when the tool is in scribe mode.
  • Trying to cast a spell that is not in the spellbook will ask the user if that spell needs to be added to the book.
  • Easy toggle to switch usage of user definable spell texts on or off.
  • Added a global spell suffix.
  • Removed TabStrip in favor of button bar on main screen and settings screen. (The TabStrip was the cause of crashes on Pentium II systems)
  • It's possible to use +nnn or -nnn in a textbox that displays amount of reagents to quickly increase or decrease the amount. On the main screen this will only add or subtract reagents. On the reagent management screen this will move reagents between containers.
  • No more extra delays when casting spells.
  • Last used reagent bags will be displayed on the reagent management screen.
  • Current intelligence and magery settings are now editable with a spin-button.
5 may 98 4.01
  • On the Magery tab of the settings window changed the fixed text '100% succes' into '95% succes'. This is a cosmetic change only.
11 may 98 4.1
  • An interface with UO Assist has been added that will allow both tools to communicate with each other.
  • A button 'count' was added. If you click this then UO Assist will count reagents and send the results to the Magic Tool. The Magic Tool will then update the current reagent container with the new totals.
  • When you press NumLock in UO to count your reagents using UO Assist the results will be sent to the Magic Tool as well. The Magic Tool will then update the current reagent container with the new totals.
  • Whenever you cast a spell directly in UO (from your spellbook, or by using the UO spell icons) then UO Assist will notice this and notify the Magic Tool. The Magic Tool will then update the reagent count in the current reagent container. So now you can cast spells by clicking on the icons in the Magic Tool or by clicking on the icons in UO, the result is the same.
  • When you switch characters in UO then UO Assist will notify the Magic Tool this has happened. The Magic Tool will then also switch to that character.
5 june 98 4.2
  • Sometimes clicking a spell-icon would not transfer control back to UO or transfer control back too late. As a result of this no spell would be cast and you needed to click the icon again. This will happen substantially less in this release. (it's still not 100% though, it drives me mad!)
  • Text on the 'Reagents & Spells' tab changed from 'In town' to 'Not in town' to make the purpose of the checkbox more clear.
  • To assist the color blind people the warning color for a low amount of reagents can be changed to any color.
  • A bug was solved that would cast the wrong spell if you tried to cast a spell that was not in your spellbook.
  • Spell is 'Reactive Armor' not 'Reactive Armour'. The text has been changed.
  • The maximum 95% chance of succesfull casting has been upped to 99% chance maximum.
  • The tooltiptext of the %chance display fields was wrong.
  • The 0.1% difference in %chance between the main window and the settings window has been solved.
  • The Magic Tool would not subtract reagents when scribing if UO Assist was active.
  • CTRL-Clicking on a spell icon will add the reagent for that spell to the current container instead of subtracting them. The spell will not be cast.
  • When you switch characters in UO the Magic Tool will automagically switch to the new character also. This mechanism has been improved.
  • The maximum length of the spell text you can enter is 77 because UO will not display more than that amount.
31 july 98 4.3
  • Words of power for flamstrike were changed from Vas Sanct to Vas Flam.
  • The settings window was sizeable. That got fixed.
  • Users of UO Assist now see the curent Magery, Intelligence and Mana reflected in the Magic Tool.
  • If you do not have enough mana the %chance of success will be displayed as 0.
  • If the %chance of success is 0 the tool will not let you use that spell.
  • The Tool can be displayed horizontal or vertical.
  • A Macro key for Inscription was added.
31 dec 98 4.4
  • Added the 'Always on Top' feature
  • Fixed a bug that would cause the Magic Tool to delay when counting reagents using UO Assist
  • Refined some of the spell information data
17 jun 99 4.5
  • Gained the "UO Pro" status.
  • Changed the setup program so that the ReadMe.wri file gets installed in the same directory as the Magic Tool itself
  • Added a help button to the main window that will open the ReadMe.wri file when clicked
1 oct 99 5.0
  • Removed the limit of 10 characters maximum. Now the tool can handle an unlimited amount of characters.
  • Bug fix: When switching characters in UO the Magic Tool will now correctly change to the new character.
  • The default magery skill levels have been updated to show the correct values (a rather old bug)
  • 'Remove Trap' has been changed into 'Magic Untrap' as that is how the spell is known in-game.
  • Clicking on the background of the tool will remove all borders, thus making the tool occupy less screen space. This feature comes in handy when used together with the 'always on top' feature. Clicking the background of the tool again will restore the borders.
  • On the spellbook settings tab there's a new button that will either completely fill or empty the spellbook.
  • On the main screen a button was added that can be used to start the meditation skill.
  • Bug fix: With 'always on top' selected the settings window will no longer be stuck below the main window.
  • Added new damage and resist chance calculations to the spell info window.
1 oct 99 5.1
  • Bugfix: Solved the mystery of the disappearing minimize button.
24 feb 01 6.0
  • Added support for the UO:Third Dawn client.
  • Made the open and save macro file dialogs open with the \Desktop folder by default.
  • Improved the switching between the Magic Tool and the UO window.
21 aug 01 6.1
  • Changed reagents needed for Magic Arrow, Fireball, Lightning and Explosion.
  • Added MagicMacrosUnicode.txt with all 64 spell macros in Unicode format
1 sep 01 6.1b
  • Added the UO Macro Editor to the install
March 03 7.0
  • Assigned Brad Buchanan as developer to add Age of Shadows features
  • Internal test version released
March 03 7.1
  • External test version released to Beta testers
31 mar 03 7.2
  • Public release of AoS enabled UO Magic Tool
30 aug 03 7.3
  • Bug fix: Sending of text when casting spells fixed
  • Bug fix: Initial display of reagents on transfer tab fixed
14 nov 04 7.4
  • Bug fix: Crashing when using a Ninja or Samurai special move fixed
10 may 05 7.5
  • Added the new Necromancer Exorcism skill

Comments ? Send me an email at xena@stratics.com