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12-14-2010 @ 11:34AM
Just so you know, wowecon already has market trend graphs, price alerts, and all that. It can track prices globally or per server. I've been using it for years. It's quite a memory hog if you also grab the in-game addon, but you can just load the site and look up what you need.
12-14-2010 @ 12:02PM
I love UJ.WoWEcon has stood the test of time. However, users frequently download the WoWEcon addon executable. (Not saying there is a problem with wowecon), but Blizzard is trying to discourage exectuables since they are much bigger virus/keylogger concerns than LUA addons that run in the wow client sandbox.WoWecon charges for their premium service. If Blizzard does not think that carbonite should even be allowed to ask for donations in their addon, then how happy are they with sites charging money to view Blizzard data?A once every (quarter or whole) hour XML web dump from Blizzard would be perfect. Otherwise, why would Blizzard want to encourage people to visit other sites with the issues mention rather than a free site like UJ? I really think Blizzard should fix this so UJ can live.
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