First, thanks for this really useful addon! Now the problem: when I get a skill increase (doesn't seem to matter what skill), it's not reflected in the Manufac menu (neither in the Skill amount, nor in the difficulties of recipes if they've changed as a result). If I reload the UI, Manufac then seems to pick up the changes, until the next time a skill increases. This is with version 30715.
Just thought I should mention, I am still seeing this bug in 34997. Is it just me or do others see it also?
Have you ever thought about maybe adding a waterfall to this? Dewdrop likes to be flakey sometimes:( hehe.
Through trial and error to retrofit ATSW, I found the new api blizzard uses for the Recipe links, GetTradeSkillRecipeLink(index) for everything but Enchanting, and GetCraftRecipeLink(index). They take the same inputs as the regular tradeskill itemlinks but spit out that new yellow link thingy:)
Hm... I wonder if it is just me, I used GemList for jewelcrafting and when I use Manufac, whenever people whisper me !gem to get the list of gems that I can make, it keeps saying that I need to open the jewelcrafting UI panel open. Any help would be appreciated >.<
Do not see any offense in this, but i update the frFR localization of Manufac, there was so many typos, frenglish, and so on...take this or leave this, your choice ;)
I did the frFR localization to ManufacSnoop too, even if this is really easy, cause there is practically nothing in it.
I have a question too :) Is it possible to scale the menu ? This is so small, my eyes are bleeding ! :D (I Don't find a such option in Manufac)
Some localizations were not done in the file i gave you, i mean some localizations were --'ed...so i didn't make them.
Here it is a good one (i hope ?)
But i have to say that this will not modify all locales of groups already made.
Unfortunately, they conflict with each other. Right now, what I do is if I'm out farming for a specific item I log out and enable Jigsaw, for all normal use of tradeskills I log out and enable Manufac.
But it'd be absolutely amazing if you two coordinated. If not to offer a complete tradeskill package by combining them, then just as a part of the debugging process so they don't clash.