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8-18-2011 @ 1:51PM
I hear you and sympathize, Drdakkenfyre. I would not even be offended if you needed to use the macro API ("slash commands") to do the turning on and off.I use BankItems, which is largely a command line interface. And the beauty of a command line interface is that it does not require any screen real estate to add a new command or function, unlike graphic interfaces. Menus (startmenu, for example) are both a recognition of that, and a compromise.If, like me, you've already got (most of) the functionality being added, the built-in search function won't add much. (Thus spake the item-set addon user too, I imagine.)Blizzard recognizes the merits of "don't make it easy to screw up your character". For example, the guy you talk to to turn XP gain off is stealthed and in a location characters don't go to on a regular basis. Unless you know he's there, you are unlikely to accidentally turn your XP off.
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