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10-21-2010 @ 10:04AM
"Now that you have all your mats, click (once!) on the item at the top of the list, and it will start crafting. If you put in a quantity of 10, it will craft 10. "That sounds like a violation of the ToU and EULA to me. "You agree that you will not, under any circumstances: A. use [...] automation software [...] designed to modify the World of Warcraft experience"http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/legal/eula.htmlhttp://www.worldofwarcraft.com/legal/termsofuse.htmlIt's not simply a matter of number of hardware events, but when those events occur. If I were to click Shadow Bolt ten times to queue ten spells before even the first one were cast, that would be in violation. In general, Blizzard wants each hardware event to occur after the previous action is executed.Ultimately it's up to Blizzard, and I would request their judgment.
10-21-2010 @ 10:11AM
It is no different than the default ui where you enter 10 of a certain item to be created, and you create 10. You don't have to click the create button 10 times to make 10 of the same item.
10-21-2010 @ 11:45AM
Yup, guess Blizz breaks their own rules too then. You can do this with the DEFAULT UI. Seriously, people, stop making idiotic accusations.
10-21-2010 @ 10:20AM
What I think you are misunderstanding, and perhaps Basil did not make this clear enough, is that you must click "proceed" ( or some such thing) after the completion of each recipe. The goal is not to automate the entire crafting process but to create a workflow from market analysis to raw material purchasing to crafting to posting. All this addon is doing is searching the AH, allowing you to select a series of items, preparing a material list for those items, searching the AH for the mats, preparing a crafting "list" based on your selections. Beyond that it functions with no less interaction than the stock UI, It is simply remembering what you intend to do so that you do not have to write it down
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