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4-21-2011 @ 2:54PM
Not for nothing, but Skillet (http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/skillet.aspx) has been my trade skill replacement of choice for awhile now. It allows all kinds of sorting, queuing with sub-requirements, etc. It also will tell you if you have the materials in the guild bank or on an alt as well.Just an option. :)
4-21-2011 @ 3:51PM
Of course, if you look at Skillet's history, you'll realize that a large part of Skillet is Lilsparky's work too. He maintained a branch for a while (skillet-clone). When it was picked up by another person, the skillet-clone branch essentially became mainline, with a lot of other fixes as well.I like gnomeworks, but it drives me nuts. I have both gnomeworks and the new skillet installed. I really want to use gnomeworks but keep hitting bugs, quirks or things that are missing and find myself back on Skillet.I use Inventorium and Itemcount alongside both Skillet and Gnomeworks. I use skillet's queue and shopping list management. I'll queue up 50-100 different gems via inventorium and skillet will tell me what raw gems I need to collect from alts/banks/etc. I trade gems in person (two accounts) and Skillet's shopping list updates dynamically. But I just can't figure out how to make gnomeworks do the same for me.Inventorium queues up gems MUCH faster in gnomeworks than skillet though.
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