InspectEquip with default inspect interface and item levels in the equipment list

InspectEquip attaches a panel to the inspect window that shows a list of the character's equipment sorted by source (i.e. Raid: Dragon Soul, Vendor, Crafted...). This gives you a quick overview of a character's equipment.

InspectEquip also adds detailed item source information (including boss names, item prices for vendor items etc) to all item tooltips.

Currently supported items include (no green items):

  • All raid items with detailed boss information, including Mists of Pandaria raids
  • Dungeon drops for all instances
  • Quest rewards for dungeon/raid quests, including legendary items
  • Justice/Valor Point items
  • Honor/Conquest Point items
  • Reputation items sold by faction vendors
  • Crafted items
  • Darkmoon Faire items, including the cards and the new rewards
  • The Kirin Tor rings sold in Dalaran
  • World Event items
  • The Argent Tournament rewards
  • Guild Vendor items

InspectEquip also works with Examiner and includes support for cached Examiner characters.

Please report bugs and missing items in the ticket system or leave a comment on this page. If you want to contribute a translation, please visit the Localization page. Thank you!

WoW 6.x/Warlords of Draenor support:

The latest version of this addon is compatible with WoW 6.0. Please note that the dungeon and raid drops are updated automatically via the Encounter Journal (i.e. they should be available immediately when a new WoW patch is released). Other data, such as vendor or crafted items, still require an addon update.

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  • Avatar of theonlymoose theonlymoose Sep 06, 2016 at 11:45 UTC - 0 likes

    Just wondering if there's going to be an updated version for Legion?!?

  • Avatar of eridius eridius Nov 29, 2014 at 09:32 UTC - 0 likes

    @eridius: Go

    FWIW, I just tested, modifying an existing item link to be marked as Warforged causes GetItemInfo() to return the modified item level, so AFAIK the item levels should all be correct.

  • Avatar of eridius eridius Nov 29, 2014 at 09:21 UTC - 0 likes

    @Sindragosa77: Go

    Can you give me an example item link for a Thunderforged / Warforged item that isn't handled properly? Item levels are handled by my addon LibItemUpgradeInfo-1.0. I know Warforged is done with a new Bonus ID system, but I don't have any such items to test myself.

  • Avatar of Sindragosa77 Sindragosa77 Oct 04, 2013 at 18:12 UTC - 0 likes

    Thunderforged and Warforged items don't seem to get detected by the addon.

  • Avatar of BNSSNB BNSSNB Jan 22, 2012 at 06:04 UTC - 0 likes

    First of all sorry my English is poor, this text is to use the network translation, for this addon I have some suggestions:
    Can the item database is divided into two parts, one containing classic WoW to Burning Crusade, the other part contains the Lich King to Cataclysm, or simply as part of the Cataclysm independent.
    This can reduce the resource consumption, because as more and more database objects, this addon will be more fat, so that players can load their own needs with the database, if so it is perfect.
    Thank you!

  • Avatar of emelio emelio Dec 28, 2011 at 20:53 UTC - 0 likes

    @yoshimo: Go

    The items you linked show the correct source for me... For the belt you can try to reset the database in the InspectEquip options, since that item should come from the encounter journal. I hope that works.

    Concerning gem checks: I didn't have time to include that yet. The main reason why I didn't include it previously was that the gem information is (or at least was when i last checked) not yet immediately available when inspecting. At least I had that problem with the Examiner integration. Therefore, this will require quite a bit of testing, because I don't wan't to incorrectly label all items as missing gems.

    Reforging: Yeah, I will include that, too. eggsampler also posted code for that, but I don't like the solution of just displaying the first 2-3 characters of the stat name, because that doesn't work well with international versions. The full stat names are too long. A possible solution would be to add short forms (i.e. Int, Crit) to the localization database. I don't know if there is a better solution, but I wanted to check if something like this is already available.

    Missing belt buckle: Thanks, will look at that.

  • Avatar of yoshimo yoshimo Dec 26, 2011 at 18:00 UTC - 0 likes

    @yoshimo: Go and other cloaks are also missing gemchecks ;)

  • Avatar of yoshimo yoshimo Dec 18, 2011 at 14:10 UTC - 0 likes

    2 more ideas:

    You already include LibReforging info, i think it would be better to show what was reforged into what instead of the plain [R]

    Missing belt buckle: RetardCheck has some code that identifies wether you have a buckle or not. I think that's worth including is shown with unknown source

    Also you miss gemchecks on the relicts: and other have prismatic sockets

    Last edited Dec 18, 2011 by yoshimo
  • Avatar of emelio emelio Dec 04, 2011 at 16:50 UTC - 0 likes

    @eggsampler: Go

    I though about using the Encounter Journal, but did not yet have the time to try it. Also, the Encounter Journal is very nice for Cataclysm raids and dungeons, because it contains verified data - but it unfortunately doesn't contain any drop information for the older instances, so I would still need to get the drop information for those raids and dungeons from somewhere else, which means more work :(

    Therefore (and because I also need other stuff such as vendor items), I decided to focus on creating a new database just like before, but with updated data. I currently get most of my data from Wowhead, but they still don't have all the 4.3 data (and also data for some old instances/raids is incomplete/wrong, which sucks). So, yeah, I might have to look at the Encounter Journal. But maybe Wowhead will update their database in the meantime ;)

    Thank you for pasting your changes to include missing gem warnings and the reforging text. I'll have a look at that next week and will probably include it :)

  • Avatar of eggsampler eggsampler Dec 03, 2011 at 03:13 UTC - 0 likes

    Hi emelio, have you ever thought about using the encounter journal for some of the new 4.3 raid/dungeon items?

    I started to make my own inspectequip before I realised you were still updating this in alpha/beta state, and I had asterisks showing if items weren't gemmed or gemmed for socket bonus (not really critical, but informative) as well as adding reforging text instead of just [R]. Not sure if you want to include any of this, but the code is here: (from B: 1.9.9-beta1 for 4.3 )

    Last edited Dec 03, 2011 by eggsampler


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