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3-22-2011 @ 7:58AM
I've been having trouble with TSM and my inscription business. I've got so many glyphs made and for sale that I was having some inventory issues handling glyphs that were (temporarily) unprofitable while waiting for prices to rebound. So I sent those glyphs off to an alt, and just use him to list them when they go back up in profitability.Last night I went to restock, as I'd sold out on some of my most popular glyphs...and I noticed that TSM is also trying to restock all the glyphs that I've got on that alt, as well. I looked around the menus for about 15min trying to figure out how to make it notice that I already owned the max restock amount for those glyphs elsewhere, but couldn't get it working. I'm stuck picking glyphs to craft manually again to avoid an overabundance of the slow sellers. Anyone else had this issue? Any luck resolving it?Thanks!
3-22-2011 @ 11:16AM
I have the same issue. Although I have not fixed yet. This article does seem to address that issue (inventory settings paragraph). Will try it out later today. Either way, TSM & these wonderful articles by Basil have turned my AH game around. No more flipping to make gold. Finally making big profits with BS (buckles and pvp items) and JC. Excited to get my scribe/alchemist to 85.
3-22-2011 @ 12:18PM
Yeah, my inscription went from moderately profitable to insanely so. I managed to break thru with a critical mass of glyphs that I'd been overlooking, and drove that profit into a darkmoon card business.I need to look at getting my JC up and running in TSM now as well. But I've got to fix this issue first, as my JC toon is also my main raider, and doesn't have inventory to hold lots of gems in addition to both feral and resto gear.Last night I tried configuring which characters it could look at, and which guilds, as described in this article, and the issue still persisted. It seems like those settings are currently only looking at materials for crafting, not the finished goods.
3-22-2011 @ 2:05PM
Pogle, Basil actually tells you right here in this article how to set it, called Inventory Settings. You need a datastore module though that keeps track of what character has what. I am not sure if this comes automatically with TSM however. Mine was already installed because I run the addon Altoholic that uses Datastore, so it worked fine from the start.One thing to keep in mind: TSM will NOT keep track of any items that are in any mailbox. So you want to basically empty all your mailboxes first before running any restock command.Hope this helps.
3-22-2011 @ 2:45PM
I've got Datastore stuff from Altoholic as well, and as I noted in my reply earlier, I had independently configured the stuff Basil talks about in this post last night while trying to solve my problem. My Datastore is aware of the existence of the glyphs on the other character (I can see them listed in Bags, Bank, AH, Mail, etc via Altoholic) but it still insists on trying to restock them locally if they're not in my Inscriptionist's local inventory/AH.I also tried swapping from Datastore to the other database (Gathering IIRC) and same (lack of) result.I'm really thinking its a glitch and/or undeveloped feature in TSM at this point, given the in-development nature of the addon.
3-22-2011 @ 9:11PM
Ok, in that case I have no idea other than that it works like a charm for me. You might want to look around at the consortium forums where a lot of the TSM addon creators lurk around to see if they can help you.
3-22-2011 @ 9:33PM
Thanks Z, I'll take a look.
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