Quick Guide Navigation Part 2 - General Tab Part 3 - Options Tab Part 4 - More Options Tab Part 5 - Display / Counters Tab Part 6 - Arm / Dress Tab Part 7 - Skills Tab Part 8 - Agents Tab Part 9 - Hot Keys Tab Part 10 - Macro Tab Part 11- Video Capture Tab Part 12 - Screenshot Tab Part 13 - Help & Status Tab What is Razor? Created by Bryan Pass; Zippy to those on the RunUO network, Razor is the ultimate utility tool to be used in conjunction with Ultima Online. Using a C++ Dynamic Link Library, Razor works with your client to provide you with information and shortcuts. Using Microsoft's net framework, Razor can be used not only on RunUO shards, but also on Sphere, POL, UOX and other emulators. Those players familiar with UOAssist will be impressed with the added features of Razor - filters, more options for personal preferences, more macro space, etc. Shard hosts can allow their players to use the program without fear of modification like there is with injection. In simple terms, if you play Ultima Online, you want this program. Where can I get Razor? Razor is included in the UO:Renaissance Installer. To open the downloads page click here. To download the UO:R version of razor click here. Using Razor Razor is installed, so now what? Although there are different methods to connect to player-run shards, all that is needed is Razor. Open Razor and the first thing you see is the splash page shown at the top of this page. Once Razor has loaded, it will continue on to the following screen: Make sure your screen looks similar to the picture below. It is important to select your UO Data directory and verify the server name and port shown. If Razor will not detect the client, or you have placed it in a location other than default, click the browse button and direct to the client location. If you are playing a non-OSI shard, check the patch client encryption tab (if it's not already checked). If you are playing an OSI shard, uncheck this box and use the one below, Use OSI Encryption Once these settings are complete, click the Make These Settings Default tab to prevent having to reset them each time. The server information is next. This is where you will direct Razor to the server you want to play. The Renaissance server should be selected by default. If it is not enter in either the login server login.uorenaissance.com or the IP address. 188.8.131.52. Make sure to set the port to 2593 Razor is multi-lingual. English is default. For other languages, click the Language tab and choose from the list. On the bottom right is a checkbox for this welcome screen. Be sure to leave it checked if Razor is your method of login. Finally, we have the login and quit tab. Click login to start your client. Your client will start and you can login as normal. Razor supports multi-clienting and can be brought up for each character you have logged in, to the maximum of your pc's limitations. Quit will close the Razor program Razor In-Game Once you have logged in you will see the razor screen change to the following. Click the links at the top of this page for an explanation on each Razor tab and its functions. Razor also provides some in-game commands. They are used in the format -[command]. AddUseOnce - gives a target. Target the item to add to the Use Once list. Ping - Find your ping. ReNice [Level] - The same as ReduceCPU. Use with one of the following level settings: idle, belownormal, normal, abovenormal, high, realtime. For example, -ReNice idle or -ReNice realtime GetSerial - Get information on the RPV you are viewing to verify authenticity. Help - See the list of Razor in-game commands. Echo - Useful for leaving a note to yourself when macroing, etc. ReduceCPU - The same as ReNice. Use with one of the following level settings: idle, belownormal, normal, abovenormal, high, realtime. For example, -ReduceCPU idle or -ReduceCPU realtime RPVInfo - Get information on the RPV you are viewing to verify authenticity. Setup-t/Disable-t - Use '-setup-t' to enable a translation plugin. '-disable-t' will toggle it off. Where - gives you the coordinates of your character. Time - The time Macro [name] - Use to run a macro in game. Use this format with the name of the macro. For example, I can run my macro titled 'makeleatherarmor' by typing -macro makeleatherarmor Note: Credit to Tessa's Cove for her extensive details on razor that were used to help create this guide.