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12-02-2010 @ 2:35PM
Here's my solution for the Tabards (including ones with on-use effects):1. Create a new tabard interface (let's call it the Closet) that is similar to the Mount/Pet interface. In order to add the tabard to the Closet, you would have to use it in a similar manner as the non-combat pets/mounts.2. When you add a tabard to the Closet, if that tabard has an on-use effect, it would "train" to use the tabard, and be added to your spell book, either under the General tab of the spell book, or under its own "Tabard" tab.3. In order to use the on-use effect of a tabard, you would have to have the tabard equipped, which could be set up in a way similar to how certain abilities can only be used if you are in a specific stance.This method solves a couple problems: 1) Removes the tabards from your bags.2) Allows you to switch tabards in a manner similar to the companion/mounts.3) Allows you to retain the on-use effects of the tabards.4) Can have many more restrictions added to the tabards, such as only allowing switching when not in combat, or only allowing the on-use effect when not in combat.
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