GnomeWorks TradeSkill Frame -
a complete replacement for the blizzard trade skill frame.
early alpha just to test some things out.
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just a note, if you try to use the CURSE link to download/install LilSparky'sWorkshop you will get a VERY old version (r90 i think it was). this version will NOT work right at all.
If you use the Download (not curse) link, and manually install it into Wow folders, you will get current (r99) version.
I was looking at this as a trade skill window replacement but the queue ALWAYS popping up when I open a vendor is enough for me not to consider it. I used skillet for a long time until it broke and have been using TradeSkill HD till this patch and do not want to be stuck with ATSW or whatever it is called, but the ability to disable the queue is a game breaker for me.
The windows in the middle of the screen isn't there everytime though.
It nearly always pop-up on loading, but most times it disappear on its own (probably because the tradeskill scanning is over), but roughly 1/3rd of the time it stays there and you have to open/lose the ts windows from the Spellbook to clear it off.
For the queue windows, same behaviour there, it popups every time i open the AH or tradeskills (except of course when i need it, those times i must toggle it manually :)).
Bricklethumb>> Thanx for the info. ;)
Also, when i first login there is a window in the center that says "<Character> [First Aid] 17 recipes" Not sure if this is supposed to be there or not but only way i've found to get rid of it is to open and close tradeskill window. Thank you for you time LS.
r56 - the queue window is driving me nuts. it pops up all the time.
Can we get a button/command to rescan our tradeskills?
How do i go about getting GW to use altaholic since I have multiple posting alts?
@FyreMast, the price functionality comes from LilSparky's Workshop
I have been looking for an ATSW replacement for some time (due to performances problem) and i stumbled on your addon and i must say it's really nice.
I just found a weird bug with Ackis Recipe List (useful to track the recipes you miss and where they are found).
If i load the game/UI with both selected, your addon behave weirdly, when i open the ts windows i've got the buttons for all the professions, but clicking on them don't do anything.
If i load the game with just your addon, then reload ui with ARL it's working pretty fine (even if i still miss the "scan" button for ARL but it's because it doesn't detect the ts interface, the rest works fine).
In both case, i didn't find any error message related to this in bugsack so i don't know what is causing this or why.
And same question than earlier, there is a plugin button and plugins options, but what plugins are those ?
Where to find them ?
Is there a list of the plugins somewhere and of what they are supposed to do ?
And i'm supporting the possibility to disable the auto-pickup or at least have a confirmation warning before doing so.
PS : Thx for the great work, it's really nice and performance-wise it works great.
As a former user of Skillet and KTQ, I have to say I'm not really happy with the direction Gnomeworks is taking with Inscription. This is especially the case since KTQ now requires Gnomeworks as a dependancy.
With Skillet, I could queue up my glyphs, go to my ink trader and trade my inks of the sea for the inks I needed in my queue. With Gnomeworks, it always wants me to buy herbs to mill.
Given that the vendor is currently broken (you can't buy any vendor item in stacks that uses a non-gold currency) AND that no self-respecting scribe EVER buys anything other than herbs for Inks of the Sea, I barely use my once often used Tradeskills add ons.
Right now, I'm using Zero Auctions (formerly Quick Auctions) queuing system to buy and trade in my inks for my inscription business.
If I am missing something and Gnomeworks will interface with Jessica Sellers properly, please tell me. Otherwise, please, PLEASE fix this feature of Gnomeworks. Old world herbs are scarce and cost a fortune. Professional scribes only use high end herbs to create IotS and they do this routinely with the auto-disenchant feature of Auctioneer so there is really no need to be queuing old world inks for crafting.