I just started playing again after 9 months and I'm looking for a replacement for Character Info/Character Storage.
If your not familar with those add ons, I'm looking for an add on that will let me look at my alt toons character screen and storage while on my main toon. I use this while like while on my main out grinding, an item drops that I can't remember if my druid has already or if it is better than what my druid has already. Character info/storage would let me pop up a character screen with what my Druid has on and I can look at what he has in his inventory and vault.
I think that Arkinventory will let me see my alts inventory and bank but I'm not 100% sure on this so if someone could confirm it that would leave me needing something that I can see what my alts have equipped at the momment.
Any ideas on what has replaced it or what I can use to accomplish what I'm looking to do. Thank you for any help or ideas!!
Yes, CharacterInfo/CharacterInfoStorage still work, but they are abandoned.
As another poster said, BankItems is a nice visual inventory mod that includes (a limited, command line only) search.
I've been using forever (and still use) Possessions 2. Its in active development.
Unlike the two above, Possessions presents your (character, alt & guild bank) inventory in an ordered list, which may or may not be be better for you. Also has superior searching; in addition to the command line, can also search from its GUI window. Can limit the searches & results lists according to character/inventory location and so on.
No memory here of ever having seen a GUI search with limiting options in BankItems (BI). I'll look again.
(scurries...digs...looks again). Yep, a little button on the lower right of the window I've never bothered with, as I've been using BI far longer than the search facility has been in it ;). The limiters for searches don't include ones for item slots as Possessions does. BI also can't search "all text" (words in an item's tooltip text) as Possessions can. But its decent.
Regardless, they serve different interests; BI for those who like a WYSIWYG format window, Possessions for those who like lists.