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10-09-2010 @ 4:12AM
"Gold Capped News: Critical AH addons broken by patch 4.0.1"No they aren't."Both Auctioneer and Quickauctions 3 have been hit hard"Good. Neither of those should be critical to you.Almost every post is "Auctioneer this" or "Auctioneer that".Auctioneer is bloated and the actions of Quickauctions are better done by other addons.You CAN still get auctions done quickly and efficiently, using neither of those addons.Hopefully, this thread's authors will now have received the necessary kick up the behind, to go and discover the (very few) addons they ought to have been using.
10-09-2010 @ 4:37AM
Like Auctionator. I love that darn addon.
10-09-2010 @ 11:55AM
Prefer AuctionLite myself. While I used Auctioneer in Vanilla and TBC, I think I was getting tired of all the stuff I didn't want making this a huge addon. AuctionLite did everything I wanted in a way I found more convenient than Auctioneer.I guess hardcore AH PvPers need the services I wouldn't know what to do with, but it would be good to have a "compare AH addons" article to inform people about the advantages/disadvantages to each one.Who knows, maybe I would have a "Damn... [Addon X] can do this? I didn't know that..." moment.
10-10-2010 @ 1:06AM
If you think there are better mods than Auctioneer and Quickauctions for managing the AH you are wrong. AuctionLite is a nice mod and I have Auctionator on a few of my AH toons but they are really only good for items that don't need complex posting ability. Serious AH players have both Auctioneer and QA3 installed.
10-10-2010 @ 2:51AM
Never said what you claim. Indeed, I said "I guess hardcore AH PvPers need the services I wouldn't know what to do with"I said *I* like AuctionLite and said I would like to see a comparison of the addons
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