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3-24-2011 @ 1:52PM
I find that Auctionator handles this problem quite well.You search for "inferno ruby" and it first lists all search results that match that search. So you'll see "Inferno Ruby", "Delicate Inferno Ruby", "Bold Inferno Ruby", etc. Then you click which one you really wanted to search for. So if you only want the uncut gems, just click on plain "Inferno Ruby". It will then only list those gems, sorted in order of buyout price.This feature is also useful if you're not sure what gem you want for a slot. Say you want a purple gem, just search for "demonseye". It will then list all available cuts of Demonseye in the first search. You can hover over each to see what bonuses come from each cut. It also lists the lowest price available at this point if you want to factor that into your gem purchase decision. Then just click the cut you want and you'll only see a list of prices for that specific cut.
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