As I have great quantities of inventory, it can be troublesome keeping it organized so I use BankStack to keep it clean, however I've noticed that when Bankstack re-organizes the Bank inventory, it triggers ItemAuditor which shuffles the costs around.
What steps will reproduce the problem?1. Talk to Banker2. Tell Bankstack to sort bank
What is the expected output? What do you see instead?I expect that my bank becomes sorted and the totals invested unchanged.What I see is that some items have traded random amounts of value between each other.
What version of the product are you using?ItemAuditor r159
Do you have an error log of what happened?Not really an error log but I do have an example of the output which I've attached to the ticket.
Please provide any additional information below.Bankstack v21
No other real information. The only solution I've found thus far is to use a macro to suspend ItemAuditor prior to sorting the bank and then re-enable ItemAuditor.
<p>ItemAuditor update output</p>
I haven't been playing for a couple months so i'm not able to fix this for you now, but I'll provide some additional context so maybe another solution can be found or to help if someone else is able to look at the code to fix this.
ItemAuditor takes a snapshot of your inventory any time something changes and compares it to the previous snapshot. When you open the bank it looks at everything in the bank an in your bags to generate a new snapshot. When things start moving it takes another snapshot to compare them. If things are only moving to different locations there shouldn't be any difference, and it was working when I used BankStack a few months ago. Something must be causing some of these items to disappear from ItemAuditor's view for a moment.
I suggest adjusting the speed on BankStack and see if ItemAuditor has the same problem when it moves much slower. If this is the case it might be a temporary work around and knowing if that is the problem will help in developing a permanent solution.
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