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10-19-2009 @ 2:13PM
Its about time! I never understood why it was such a "secret" what quests I had completed, but a GM could tell me in a minute (well maybe back in Vanilla, all they can tell you in a minute nowadays is that there are an extremely large number of petitions). Hey, I bet that was why they implemented it, to reduce queue times :)
10-19-2009 @ 9:14PM
The distinction you're looking for here is if that information is exposed via the API or not.This used to be information that only the GM's can see.Now we can see it via a function call in the API. Very cool.
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