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7-28-2010 @ 2:34PM
Is there a way to see how many auctions of a specific item I have posted at a given time? For example I'd love to know that I have 300 copper bars for sale in 25 different auctions so I can judge if I need to put more up for sale or if I can hold off and reduce the amount of expired auctions I have. Auctioneer has their Auctions tab which shows each auction separately, but it doesn't give the summary type of information I'd like and it's very easy to lose track if you try to create this manually and have to scroll through hundreds of auctions looking for 3-4 entries here, 8-10 there etc.
7-28-2010 @ 6:16PM
With auctioneer, in the Appraiser tab, if you highlight Copper Bar, it will say in a side window what it is set up to sell at as well as what you already have on the market.Another protip is to set up the appraiser with a set number of stacks and checking the "only" checkbox. Then it will sell until you have that many stacks on the market when you click post (or batch post if you set that up). I do this for most stuff so I don't flood when I get a lot of stock and not have to worry about whether it's time to sell more or less.Also, while this isn't its only intended purpose, Altoholic keeps up with AH and puts that in the tooltips. So in your example, open the AH window so addons can see your auctions. Mouse over a copper bar and you will see a tooltip like:Minerjoe 587 (bags: 287, AH:300)
7-29-2010 @ 3:41PM
Great stuff, thanks!
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