GnomeWorks TradeSkill Frame -
a complete replacement for the blizzard trade skill frame.
early alpha just to test some things out.
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i'm actually working on getting gnomish yellow pages up and working again which should provide that functionality for you.
however, regarding professionvault, are you saying there's no "import" button or are you saying something is actually crashing? if professionvault has support for gw, you should look in the plugins dropdown in gw. rather than relying on people picking a good location on the frame for buttons to appear, i have all plugins add to a menu. that way, there's no fighting for room.
Could you check for compatibility with Profession Vault. More specifically, when you import a receipe list from the chat (pasted by a guildmate professionvault) which worked fine with Skillet but now that I switched to Gnomeworks (love it), something bad happen. With Skillet, once you open it, it should show the list of the friend, and you have a button in Skillet to include it in profession vault. I'm guessing that the button part where it's failing...
you should look at the gw plugin called "queue profitable" (plugins/QueueProfitable.lua). you could model ktq to integrate with gw in a similar fashion. the plugin system is designed to allow other mods to interface easily with gw so as long as gw is loaded, it should accept plugins from other mods. if you're interested, anyways...
I have taken over maintenance of KevTool Queue, an addon which allows you to automatically queue items up for crafting in GnomeWorks with a simple command. I have found the combination of GW, LilSparky's Workshop, and KTQ to be extremely powerful. It saves me an enormous amount of time on my daily crafting chores.
I've posted a new version of KTQ with some updates for WoW 5.3. If you'd like to check it out, please go to:
Or search for KevTool Queue in the Curse client.
GW is working quite well for me now. Thanks for fixing it! Being without it for a couple of weeks really made me realize how much I depend on it. Also, the new speedy scanning is fantastic.
new rev should scan cooking specialty levels.
you can force a rescan using the command:
if it fails with an error or something, then just reload and it should do a rescan automatically (since it will have deleted the old data as the first step in the forced scan).
d'oh. totally forgot the toc.
hey. it's been a while, ya know? :)
Just a nit but the latest releases are still showing they are for 5.2.0 (LSW as well).
latest rev has a much faster level scanner (used to do one level per frame, now does 30 per frame).
still working on getting cooking specialty recipes scanned. it seems to crash my ptr client when i try to spoof the level data in the specialties, tho. makes it difficult to work on with constant crashing.
false alarm. looks like i broke some code... new rev should be better, but won't scan for cooking specialties (i don't think).