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3-21-2011 @ 8:26PM
Honestly, for my server, the built-in Restock Queue does piddly. I'm running Alchemy and Jewelcrafting on my main. I can see how this would be very useful for cheaply-obtainable-yet-high-volume markets like Inscription, but for my professions (on my server), anything that's profitable one day is unprofitable the next. The materials market, and end-product market, are so volatile throughout the week it's almost silly to craft what TSM suggests via AH scans.If there's something I wish TSM would add, it's a historical value tracker to help balance out the "long-term" profitability of each craftable item. TSM just taking into account the most recent scan, totally ignoring the massive volatility of server markets, makes me never want to touch the Restock Queue button.
3-21-2011 @ 8:52PM
Get the addon MarketWatcher and use it next to TSM
3-21-2011 @ 9:49PM
@ZHmm, never used MarketWatch on the side before. Will give that a try tonight.Still, it doesn't fix the impotence of the Restock Queue button, unless you're willing to see what TSM suggests and either uncheck the erroneous items or manually deselect the items TSM chooses.I guess given the fact this can't be 100% automated it's better than nothing, but at that point you might as well just use something like LilSparkysWorkshop + Skillet and do things manually from the get-go.
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