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4-19-2009 @ 3:51PM
There's an issue with ItemRack and Blizz's manager (on the PTR) for JCs: If you have 3 prismatic gems equipped in each set, the switchover will fail with the "you can only have 3 of those gems equipped" message. If you select the set a second time, it will complete the switch. It appears the gear is being switched in the background one piece at a time, and at some point, one prismatic-equipped piece has still not been removed, so the new one can't be swapped in. My question for anyone who knows—is Outfitter, or any other mod, written to deal with this issue and correctly swap gear sets without hitting the block?
4-20-2009 @ 6:17AM
Wouldn't this issue be solved if changing clothes was a 2-stage process:1. Remove all current clothes.2. Equip alternate clothes.It would seem to me to be a simple solution for Blizzard and also any mods having this issue as you wouldn't exceed the gem count at any time.
4-20-2009 @ 11:47AM
Unfortunately that would require you have a lot of empty bag slots. The one-by-one exchange only requires 1 empty slot. It's a nice idea but I think it probably wouldn't work....
4-20-2009 @ 12:15PM
Issue extends past JC and into unique-equipped items as well. Interesting dilemma as the question is: Should you be able to switch gear if you have no bag space available? If the answer is: Yes ... then the solution is for Blizzard to give you a "hidden bag" ... then move any pieces that conflict into the hidden bag, then swap your stuff, then move the hidden bag stuff into your normal inventory.Problem? what if you DC in the middle of the switch? What happens to the stuff in your hidden bag?I am guessing that is what is holding this up. Not necessarily how to get your equipment onto you char ... but what happens if you DC in the middle of the process.
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