Native UI for OpenBullet 2

Hi everyone,
I just wanted to let you know that I’m working on a native UI client for OB2.
The client will be Windows-only and the interface will look similar to OB1 which you all love.

I decided to do this because of complaints of many users that don’t like the new web-based UI. You will still be able to use the current cross-platform web UI without any issue so if you want to keep using the web-based UI this update will not affect you.

Here is the current state of work, I will keep it updated while I work:


  • Announcements
  • Changelog


  • MultiRunJob
  • ProxyCheckJob

Monitor (low priority)

  • Metadata
  • Readme
  • Stacker
  • Debugger
  • LoliCode
  • Settings
  • C# Code

RL Settings
OB Settings

Documentation (?)
Themes (?)

Guests and config sharing will not be included as these are exclusively remote features.
Localization will not be done for the native interface and I have no plans of adding it in the future. It will be English-only.

When I’m almost finished, I will open a crowdfunding campaign to fund the development before the release.

After the native UI is released, I plan to make it possible to run OB1 configs in OB2 by converting them to a new supported format. This way you will be able to access the latest features and better speed/stability without having to recreate your configs from scratch.

I do not have release dates for this project. It will be ready when it’s ready. I’m pushing the code to the native branch of the repository so if you want to check out the work in progress feel free to do so, but don’t expect anything usable until the final release!

Stay awesome,


P.S. To all modders… yeah I’m looking at you… at least donate something if you’re just going to copy paste my work and make money off of it :stuck_out_tongue:


Okay so a small status update.
I am committing to a private repository to avoid leaks of a working build where you can run configs before the crowdfunding is completed.
I finished most of the stuff, the things that are missing are

  • Custom input prompts
  • Testing, a lot of testing and bugfixing

Other things that I will not do right now (as they will take a long time and would shift the release date by a lot) are:

  • Monitor (will do it after release as it’s low priority)
  • Multipart content in Http Requests (you can still use LoliCode to do it in the meantime)
  • Documentation (there’s documentation in the web UI and on the forum as well)

Themes will be a stretch goal in the crowdfunding campaign.
Please hang on while I work with beta testers to find issues and fix them.



The build seems stable for now, the crowdfund will probably start this weekend so stay tuned.