I spent many time surfing in the inventory section (maybe not enough) but I didn't find my treasure.
I just need one simple feature and it's probably already developed but hidden behind other more interesting features. Can anyone help me?
1/ I need to make an inventory of what are in the bags/mails/bank of all my characters.This the basic. 2/ In fact, my need is that some of my characters (3) are herbalists and sometimes herbs are sent to other characters or stored in a bank. If the addon can filter items by herbs/mining (or just what is used by professions), it will be better.
3/ I understand it's difficult to maintain a true inventory if characters sent items between them. We can add a restriction: the list is only valid if caracters didn't exchanged mails during the last connections.
I use BankItems. It's great and I can perform search on all my characters but the inventory is only done character by character. :(
Did I miss something in the configuration?
But I appreciate the help.
If an addon can do that char by char... I guess it can do it in one time.
I don't see how the click of the end-user can be helpfull for the addon...
Someone has probably the answer.
I was looking for an existing solution and I find... a "DoItYourself" invitation.
This can be viewed as an opportunity. :)
It probably means less time for playing my favorite game but it may be something fun? hard? painful?
I've already developed in java, php, bash, perl. Is it close from one of these languages?
Altoholic is probably the closest you get.
The tooltips for items (inventory or crafting windows) will show you how many items of that kind that you have available on each character and where (bank, inventory) and also how many you can find in the guild bank (last time you checked).
The information gets updated every time you log on or change the content of your inventory (bank information is updated when you look into the bank) so the information is as fresh as you can get it.
Altoholic gives you information on when emails expire, not sure if it keeps track of what's in them though.