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10-21-2010 @ 7:00PM
@Neyssa "If you take the glyph business for example, does it show what you CAN prepare and what you have not learned yet?"There will be a red X on the left side if you do not have the recipe.A second column example and explanation: [1/4] (14) 12This means you have one posted on the AH, and you have a group setup to keep 4 posted, you need to post! The (14) means you have 14 total, 1 on the AH leaves 13 in your bags. The 12 means there are twelve total on the AH.If the [1/4] is in red, it means you are undercut. If the [1/4 is in green, it means you are the lowest price.
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