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GnomeWorks TradeSkill Frame -
a complete replacement for the blizzard trade skill frame.
early alpha just to test some things out.
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Could you please add some config?
And I would really love GW not to include stuff in my bank to your available materials list. Specially I hate that it thinks I will mill whatever herbs I have and make ink of it ... I will not! (config option idea there - toggle "Will you make necessary materials")
For me the queue frame pops up all the time:
- Someone from my party zones in the instance, it pops up.
- I open the mailbox, it pops up.
- I open the AH, it pops up.
- I talk to a vendor, it pops up.
I raised ticket #101 about the queue window issue (so all the info is in one place for lilsparky). I've only got it to appear when questing myself. You might want to add a comment if appears elsewhere for you.
This is happening to me as well, as I empty glyphs from the post box, the queue/shopping list pops up, and if I close it it opens as soon as I pick out a new glyph from the post box. This is on an un-skilled alt btw.
Thanks for the update Lil'sparky!
Thanks for the new version. I installed it just now and the one thing I'm finding so far is that the queue window keeps popping up at strange moments.
It first came up when I opened the Inscription window, and I closed it. But then it popped up after I made the item for the JC daily quest, and it popped up again when I interacted with the JC trainer/quest giver to turn in the daily quest. Then it popped up after I finished applying poison to a weapon. Like I said, strange moments.
okay, new rev is here.
there is now a shopping list which is broken up into categories based on the item source. click the item in the shopping list to collect/purchase/search for that item depending on where you're currently located. i think if you click the header, it should collect all the items it can. the auction scanner might barf on this, tho... in fact, the auction scanner is a first pass at the moment. the goal here will be to eventually search the ah and buy the cheapest items available to meet your needs.
gw also now auto-generates a macro called "GWProcess". simply create an empty macro in your non-character specific macro list called "GWProcess" and gnomeworks will fill in the proper macro code to execute the next process. this can be dragged to an action button with a keybind to allow repeated executions.
it might be best to clear your saved vars just to make sure everything is nice and clean and no pre-4.0 data is hiding anywhere...
Love this addon, now if i can only get this to work in 4.0.1 :(
"1x GnomeWorks-r54\Window.lua:698: attempt to compare number with nil"
Window pops up, search and everything else works but the create button is greyed out
I have been a die hard Skillet fan for ages. I still like some of the features of skillet, I like the two panel un-crowded approach, but I also like it to work!
First off - after using this addon for the first time, big thanks to lilsparky for making this as smooth and easy to use as it already is. I can't imagine what the finished product is going to be like.
I understand that the internal material counting is there. Would it be possible to at least get a printout of the shopping list required? Clicking on the vendor isn't that bad, as long as I could have a summary of how much stuff I need.
I love this addon it makes crafting so much easier. my fav feature is that it shows the level required to use the items that makes it much faster when i login me crafters to create things for my alts if i can just look at my list an see the level right there rather then looking at every recipe i have to find things that are the level i need for my other toon.
This addon still works with 4.0 I haven't gotten a single error from it