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4-21-2011 @ 1:59PM
I have loved Lilsparky's workshop for a long time, so I am definitely going to give this a try! I find ATSW to be a bit bulky and clunky at times, but I love the queue feature, so I stuck with it. Here's hoping this will be a viable alternative.Just one question: Any word on if it can auto-queue like ATSW? For example, if you queued one of the above mentioned Killshades, ATSW would automatically queue the parts you needed first, then make the Killshades, all with one click on your part. Is this a feature that GnomeWorks has or is planning to add?
4-21-2011 @ 2:57PM
Due to the anti-bot restrictions, I don't think addons can craft all the sub-parts and then the item with one click.Skillet (which I commented on below) will auto-queue all of the sub-components (including smelting, if you have it, for instance) and you have to hit the "Process" button on each new item. Still a pain, but better than having to manually queue/create each piece individually.
4-21-2011 @ 3:05PM
derp, that's what I meant. :P But the queueing part is only one click. Processing takes a few more, yes. :P
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