CraftyGnome

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Introduction

Are you tired of that tradeskill whisper thingamajig addon that takes up 50mb of memory and doesn't even do its job very well? You're not alone. I wanted something that let others whisper me !skill and some keywords, and send a list of my known recipes back. Luckily, while I was on a expedition to find a cure for bad hairdays, I stumbled upon one of natures great miracles.

Ladies and gentlemen, let me present to you, all the way from the jungles of Zipadeedoodah; the one and only:
CraftyGnome!

History

These gnomes have been living separated from the rest of the world deep within the dangerous jungle. Surrounded by vicious predators that would hunt them at every opportunity, they developed their own little system for transmitting known recipes for all kinds of stuff by molding swarms of drugged bees into different shapes and launching them right across the jungle to the receiving tribe via catapult.

Accurate and precise.

Now this knowledge has found its way to me, and I am on a quest to enlighten the world and rid us of encumbered and ancient delivery mechanisms for information.

Please join me in the quest, download your very own CraftyGnome today!

Usage

Simply install it, open your tradeskill frames and whisper yourself !cg or !craft to see the available commands.

!help, !cg, !craft, !gem, !enchant, !cook, !blacksmith, !leather, !tailor, + lots of other aliases.

Help me help you

If you want to request a feature or report a bug, please visit the ticket tracker for CraftyGnome on wowace.com. If you want to help translate CraftyGnome, you can do so at the project page on wowace.com.

Facts

Date created
May 26, 2008
Categories
Last update
Jun 28, 2011
Development stage
Abandoned
Language
  • enUS
License
CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
Downloads
9,071
Recent files
  • A: r66 for 4.2 Jun 28, 2011
  • R: r65 for 4.0.1 Nov 13, 2010
  • R: r64 for 4.0.1 Nov 09, 2010
  • R: r63 for 4.0.1 Oct 28, 2010
  • A: r62 for 3.1.0 Aug 11, 2009

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