Would it be within the scope of Gnomeworks to summarize the output of crafting? When creating large quantities of of an item, the chat frame has a lot of redundant "You create X" lines. It would be nice if Gnomeworks could catch and filter that output, producing a summary of the results instead "You create # Xs".
Gnomeworks currently says what it's going to do, but if it gets interrupted, it would be nice to know how many it actually produced. Also, some recipes produce a variable quantity, and some tradeskills, like Alchemy, have a random chance to produce extras, or other items. So it would require monitoring and counting the results.
Skills that cannot be automatically repeated, and require user interaction for each cast (enchanting, disenchanting, prospecting, and milling) entail an additional complication of knowing when to stop filtering and produce the summary. Though perhaps only outputting to a summary window (which would only clear at user request), and removing the output from the chat frame entirely would be the best option.
|Dungrath||Dec 07, 2011 at 20:40 UTC||Create|
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- Dec 07, 2011
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