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2-19-2010 @ 6:20PM
Is there a way (in-game or addon) to find uncut gems?I hate that I type in "cardinal ruby" and get back every cut along with the uncut gems. Then if I sort by name, all the uncut rubies get grouped together (and for some gems, this means scrolling to the 2nd or 3rd page to find them alphabetically) but their prices are all jumbled. So after sorting by name, the one with the lowest price is buried in the middle.If there's no way to specifically search and display just the basic gem, is there a way to do a double sort? First search by name, then by price?Thanks.
2-19-2010 @ 6:24PM
I use simpleauctions to do this (and some other stuff, like mass-buying many auctions at once). You type in "cardinal ruby", and get an intermediate screen with all the different types of auctions that match, select the uncut cardinal ruby one, and see all the uncuts. As a bonus, if you want three, just shift-click three of them and buy them all out at once.
2-19-2010 @ 6:34PM
Thanks, I'll have to check that addon out.Auctioneer has a quick buy feature as well. I use shift right click to make purchases. There's an added option to put a cap on the amount spent (per purchase) to prevent accidentally buying something (expensive). I've had my limit set to 60g for a while but need to up it. Otherwise, anything over the set amount has to be bought the old 3 click method.
2-19-2010 @ 6:36PM
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