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3-21-2010 @ 4:16PM
While you have to be careful using it, Enchantrix is wonderful for (semi)automatically disenchanting things. For those that aren't familiar, when it sees something enter your bags that can be DE'd, milled, prospected, or any other similar action, it'll pop up a window asking you if you want to DE/mill/prospect/w\e it. in the case of progression gear, there's an ignore button to ignore the item permanently. When you gem or enchant the ignored item, it changes and you will have to re-ignore it. but it makes quick work og the disenchanting work mentioned in this article. I believe it's part of auctioneer, and is defaulted to disabled.
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