Oqueue Addon

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So if Oqueue is dead whats the next best thing how are people going to pug content now? is there a new addon out there that i could use to help me cap conquest and run flex or am i just screwed...
it's not dead
it's not dead


Dang it !
it looks broken i cant connect to other person using it? i minute the list is full the next minute its empty. even a friend of mine told me it was broken.
The current version is 1.7.5 (or at least that's the version I have).

It's showing about 75 groups being formed for various things right now.
If you're not having fun with the oQueue addon, the OpenRaid.org website is a great tool to finding groups for all sorts of content!
Actually just downloaded OQ for the first time today. It was a godsend.
oQ isn't dead at all. Someone has reported a bug that 1.7.5 is having some oddball problems with connecting to mesh and providing consistent reports but when it isn't bugging out I can see several dozen groups for everything from pvp, to old content, to flex runs.
If you're not having fun with the oQueue addon, the OpenRaid.org website is a great tool to finding groups for all sorts of content!


All right ill check out Open Raid an see what its all about.
It's just hard to find for download because a popular addons site has refused to carry oQueue over the send beer button. Blizzard TOS currently requires that all addons to be 100% free and not even ask for donation at all. Curse is a bit of stickler for rules.

Just Google oqueue download and you should find a site with ice in the name that has the latest download. Bookmark it.
Oqueue still works for me, though I need to update it =(. Before I got it I never really got to do much of anything.
01/19/2014 04:15 PMPosted by Zenfist
showing connection 97-0 Premades 0-0 with join channel submit btag accept mesh, every !@#$ing thing checked, so sick of this worthless addon breaking for no reason at all.


Working fine here, 200 pre-mades listed. No problems with it today and found a couple of PvP groups with it.

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