I've put together a rewrite of Baggins_ItemRack from the sample I gave before. It is attached to this message. I'll see about getting SVN access to upload it there, and will make a separate thread for it when I do. I'll also look at doing the same thing for ClosetGnome. If anyone else with SVN access wants to upload Baggins_ItemRack to the SVN server while I wait, feel free.
Caches items -> set mappings
Support for "Any" user, "Any" set, "None" set
Notifies Baggins to rescan bags after any set changes
Edit: Wrote Baggins_ClosetGnome to add the same features for ClosetGnome
First, love it,
Second... would it be possible to disclude Closet_Gnome sets from other bags... right now, they are showing up in both bags.
Lastly, any way to turn off the default blizzard bank frame when visiting the bank?
the ItemRack plugin wasn't made for ItemRack 2.0beta was it? It doesn't work so I assume it was coded for 1.9.
I just finished a quick and dirty upgrade to support ItemRack 2.0. The attached AddOn should work with either version of ItemRack, but I haven't tested it thoroughly. If you are using ItemRack 1.991, there is no reason to upgrade to this version of the plug in.
I have to test this ItemRack thingy, it looks great !
Now side question: is ClosetGnome better ? Why ?
I have never used ItemRack, I was an Outfitter user for a long time... tried out ClosetGnome several times and recently tried it again... the big difference between Outfitter and ClosetGnome for me is performance... whenever Outfitter changed outfits, I would lose significant FPS for several seconds, I have yet to experience that with ClosetGnome.