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3-07-2010 @ 9:37AM
I have two questions:(1) When you set your Max Under Market Price Markdown to 100%, it appears like you're saying that you're willing to undercut somebody who has put up an item for 2% (for example) of what it's worth. Is that what this means?(2) When I was looking at the Max Under Market Price Markdown toolbar, it said that if it can't undercut the lowest price, then it would undercut the lowest price that it could undercut (e.g. if something is below what it would vendor for, it'll undercut the first auction that isn't below vendor). Is there a way I can tell it that I don't want to have it post an item if there are multiple auctions below it? In other words, I've found that posting something at 75% market value is worthless if several people are flooding the market at 40%-50%.(3) I followed all of the steps here but Auctioneer did something odd, and I'm not sure why. After doing a batch post, it put up some Borean Armor Kits (and several other items) I had for 175% of market price, despite the fact that there was competition (exact same item, exact same stack size), and the competition was at 49% market value. I'm not sure why it's acting like it doesn't have competition and should mark up. I did, by the way, run a fast scan immediately before doing the batch post, and it is set to enable price matching.Any help (either in response or in a future article) would be appreciated, as I really can't use the feature again until I know how to configure it better and work out these kinks!Either way, thanks for the helpful articles!
3-31-2010 @ 5:29PM
Those are my questions too exactly!I would love if anyone could answer them.
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