LilSparky: just a random pat on the back. GnomeWorks has been a Godsend since I stopped using ATSW because if its seizing up and memory leaks.
Yeah, GW is still in alpha, and maybe there is a lot of work before you go beta, but honestly, dude, this is phenomenal!
I second this pat on the back :)
This addon is just awesome, I've used skillet before but was never really comfortable with it.
What I really really love about this is I can view and que enchants and gems from ALL my alts when I only have the skill on one of them. This saves trying to remember how many of which each alt needs.
Also I like the fact that once stuff is que'd you can find the que list on other alts, the only minor improve here would be for it to pop up automatically, that said I can see that may cause issues if you have lots of proffs all quing different things!
Last but not least, a tiny addition to the tooltip to say which alt (alts bank/bags) has the inventory you need. (That said I only just updated from r60 so it might already be there.)
Keep up the good work mate, you doing a fantastic job, I don't know the first thing about coding :confused: but I could photoshop a few skins if you want, just let me know where to find the files! ;)
weird. do you have the main window open or just the queue window? there's a common problem with tradeskill apps that tend to quit prematurely under certain circumstances. i haven't had any other reports, tho, so maybe you're doing things slightly differently that other users...
It seems to be triggered quite often cause it makes my client crash (and bugGrabber stop to hook bugs). Only solution I was able to find is to disable the Colorbind option from interface. :)
49x GnomeWorks-86\Details.lua:945: attempt to index global 'inventoryColorBlindTag' (a nil value)
GnomeWorks-86\MainWindow.lua:1995: in function `CreateMainWindow'
GnomeWorks-86\GnomeWorks.lua:493: in function `func'
GnomeWorks-86\Libs\LibStagedExecution.lua:22: in function <...erface\AddOns\GnomeWorks\Libs\LibStagedExecution.lua:13>
yeah, it's dirty, but that's actually what i failed to do. all the inventory display related tables are currently local to each file. i need to have them referenced from a single globally accessible set, but for now copying is fine.
the sorting is currently a bit sketchy due to columns being enabled/disabled and confusing the sorting mechanics. try hard-disabling the skillup% column (from the plugins submenu) and reload to see if it helps.
Ok, been using this for a while, and have a niggling issue which is starting to get annoying... When you open GW, and scroll down (example tailor : you have to scroll down to make bolts of cloth) the display defaults back to the top line....
over and over and over again.
So, you have to wait a good 30 seconds, and hope it sorts itself out, I'm guessing it's scanning recipes or something, but why does it take so long?
Also, every time you craft something, the window reverts back to the top line, and it's annoying having to scroll up / down every few seconds to craft new stuff...
This isn't a QQ post, I really like the addon, but I've never seen any other tradeskill addon do this, and it's spoiling GW for me :(
yeah, the skill selection routine is not ideal. what's happening is that the selected skill is being reset when it's done scanning. since scanning might take a while to truly complete, you might be in the middle of something else when gw resets itself.
i'm working on some of the selection code right now so i'll see if i can make that problem go away. it was a bit of hack when i moved to an asynchronous update system instead of just blocking until everything was ready.