GnomeWorks TradeSkill Frame -
a complete replacement for the blizzard trade skill frame.
early alpha just to test some things out.
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well I am confused then Sparky...don't understand why it is that when I am making stuff the queue below is not showing me what I need anymore. Will create a ticket and attach a couple screenshots for ya.
I just tried to queue a Northrend Inscription Research and got an error with r91. I opened a ticket and will revert to r88 which was working for me.
yeah, it was looping endlessly. i've reworked that code a bit to make it much cleaner. it shouldn't do any processing while sitting there anymore. also, when you adjust your queue entries, it should only do a minimum amount of recalculation.
now, on to the recipe selection problem...
i think what might be happening is that it's getting into a loop where the queue update wants to change your inventory and your inventory change triggers a queue update... i'll sort it out.
Also, as soon as I hit "clear queue" the FPS issue went away.
I can confirm the FPS drop as well. I queued up a bunch of enchants I didn't have all the items for, and it was fine until I went to the bank to get the ingredients I did have and started casting enchants. FPS shot way down and screen is laggy as hell.
Fps drop is when queue is shown and you dont get any info on the shopping list about what pigments and how many you need for items that are queued
yunohu, that beancounter thing seems to be related to collecting mail and not just looking at it. i don't think i'm doing anything more than the default mail frame does, but i'll ask the auctioneer guys to make sure.
what triggers the fps drop? log in? open gw? queue something up? loot an item? craft an item?
mktag, that's not the intention. the shopping list portion of the queue frame should show whatever items you need. however, it won't show you items you need if those items won't actually let you craft the item you want to craft. that is, if you are still missing reagents, it won't tell you to buy/collect/craft anything. if you don't see anything about missing reagents, then it should have all the stuff you need at the bottom.
On the mail scanning bit, this might be useful: