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11-18-2011 @ 11:25AM
@gewalt ....... srsly? Why don't you go over there and clean it up then? yeah, the usability of TSM and efficiency of manipulating the rules is kinda crack headed and nowhere near polished. But that's not their aim. They're not trying to make the slickest AH automation tool out there, they're trying to make it get you the most bang for your ... buck? time? yeah. To them, and anyone who actually wants to make money, that means it's ok to invest some time in learning how to use it however they hacked it together, if they hack together all the functions we need daily.How about offering your clearly amazing services to help them polish it up. TBH you'll probably get more praise than the current developers if you do. Everyone will love the new generation of TSM that's sleek and polished, despite not making them any more gold or really doing anything but looking pretty... once you figure it out, it's not that bad, and you'll get the time invested in learning it back within a week if you do more than a few auctions. I'll take extra functionality over slick code and ui anyday if the choice must be made. They're obviously very limited on the time and resources they can spend on developing it.So get on it, scoot, make it pretty!
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