Sorry, if this idea is not one,
and the addon already exist,
I want to create a DB of interesting craft with the persons whom crafting this items.
I know that kind of thing, exist for guild,
but what I'm searching, is the possibility to add someone manually.
My friend list is completely saturate with persons, who are not really "friends",
At least, the best thing, is to use a library that have already all the items listed (and recipes for reagents) ... perhaps periodic table ??? , I don't really know much about that,
with a search capability.
But for now, my wish, is just an addon, with notes.
Criteria : Name of the item, Name of the crafter, a note (how much it take for this, for example)
My primary requests to enhance this, is to sort any criterion (?) and to see the reagents use for crafting.
I think you are agree with me, when I said that it is complicated to do this.
It is already hard to impose an addon in a guild,
how can I do this, with someone, that I've not a really affinity with him. (with a 30+ sellers, for now)
How can I to do that with all my sellers ?
If it hold only on me, no problem for this solution. (Guild craft, moreover, I've tested before posting but it not fit with my case)
In fact, I'm thinking to note all of this in excel doc,
because, in this period, I really need to have friend list for another things. (lot of PU for our raid in holidays XD)
But, before to do this, I prefer try to have an InGame solution.
I use Cirk's Notebook (it's on wowinterface) to keep track of crafters. Any notebook-type addon should do. If you have a large number of crafters to keep track of, you could even create a separate note for each type of crafting to keep it manageable.
I used to use RPGOutfitter back when I was in a guild that cared about such things. I still use it for personal use so I don't have to switch characters to see what they can make.
You have to manually upload your SV files unless you use a third party auto uploader like the one available at wowroster.net (UniUploader); you would have to change a few settings if using UniUploader, but the settings are available from the Help link on the RPGO site.
Well, the solution that you propose Phanx, seems to be the more appropriate.
I have an addon wich I use to take some notes with, (noteuneed)
but, hard to manage with general notes insert in it.
I'll use Cirk's Notebook, dedicated to note my favorites crafters.
It seems to be a good alternative.
I don't know if I don't understand what you said,
or if it's you, that you don't understand what I try to ask. (the most probable, with my skill in english :p )
But I don't want to have the recipes of my guild.
By the way, we use rpgo character profiler in association with wowroster that you mentioned, for upload the game data.
Moreover, very hard to make hear reason to members of my guild that it is good thing.
And for the crafts of all my alts (I have 3 lvl 70),
I use Professionbook, to see the crafts offline.
A bit disapointed, but for an addon that it seems to interest only me,
I'll don't insist any more.
I can quite understand the need.
I guess the note-addon not as comfortable as needed when it comes down to a search.
Basically I would second the idea.
What's needed is the possibility to add a character manually. Maybe the AddOn needs a communication like GuildEventManager did by using a hidden chatchannel although I know it's kinda ugly you would have all the information you need. Then again I think there might be "too much information". With about 200 characters using this AddOn it will result in a heavy cpu and memory load i guess.
deleted my list of tin ore locations with a single keyboard stroke -_-
GatherMate & GatherMate_Data. Optionaly you can get Routes, Cart3(CurseForge.com), and TomTom(WoWInterface.com)
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looks like what you really want is an in game spreadsheet, that would come in handy
What it sounds like is that u need a little black book, tho that addon does something entirely different last time i checked.
Tho it's not as useful I'd recommend checking out http://www.curse.com/downloads/details/5533/
and see how it works. Basically it allows you to add a note to anything with a tooltip, players, objects, thing-a-ma-bobs, and it does have an ingame viewer for that data. It's prolly not what you'd like, but i used it for months and liked it.