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6-07-2010 @ 11:23PM
For the auctioneer professional this tool really isn't much use. For the adhoc Auctioneer it might be useful but then only as a free app.Anyone who is making money from the AH uses third party APPs. I don't see me posting 500 auctions using this app, not to mention that I require the ones I Sell to be recorded for future sales.ONE thing I really like - I could post things straight from my bank without the need to run between AH and said bank! Allow this in game and it would be great, in fact allow me access to my bank from an ATM or a 'in game mobile' and it would be great.
6-08-2010 @ 3:29AM
The current UI for this app is very slow for someone that auctions in large volumes and the auction limits are very "limiting" especially if you are into inscription. The functionality is terrible for cancelling, selling and buying auctions since they require multiple inputs by the user. Can you imagine doing this for 200 auctions? This will take what 2-3 hours to do a task that I can complete in the regular auction house in a fraction of the time. Blizzard should pay us to use this clunky piece of crap.I would like to see auction house availability like this in game too. I have made my bankers engineers so I don't have to worry about some whacked out drug addicted perpetually intoxicated Rogue killing the Auction House Npc. I agree that access to your bank and mail box would be a great time saver. Plus the ability to craft all of my profession from a single character would also be a very nice feature. Toon hoping wastes a lot of time for me, probably because I am unorganized to begin with, and I would love to have the ability to access all of my stuff without having to log out and log back multiple times to craft.
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