How does Skillet get it's recipes? Does the sparky version do anything different for that?
I posted in the main Skillet thread that it seems Skillet doesn't see Superior Mana Oil.. (i.e. I know the recipe and can see it in the blizzard craft window, but cannot see it in skillet). I've tried using rescan, etc., but still cannot get it to show.
Would changing from skillet to skillet_sparky possibly resolve this? or do they share the same code to populate the recipes?
the lilsparky branch is in the skillet project, under "repositories" then down on the lower right there's a "lilsparky-clone". click that. then you can get files by clicking "files for this repository" on the top bar.
it's pretty well buried.
the two branches are sharing less and less code these days, so you could try it if you like. i'm surprised skillet has such an issue for you, tho. i could see it being confused perhaps if that recipe was not in your local cache, but a rescan should solve that. and if not, then logging out and back in should.
You should get a message about enabling skillets advanced features and allow for scanning alts, and whatnot.
Tried and I'm now getting the error:
Date: 2008-10-23 20:01:23
Error occured in: Global
Message: ..\AddOns\Skillet\SkilletData.lua line 922:
attempt to index local 'skillDB' (a nil value)
(tail call): ?
Getting the following error with ARL r954 and Skillet 1.12 when I click 'Scan Skills':
Skillet-1.12-144\TradeskillInfo.lua:134: attempt to index local 'self' (a nil value)
AckisRecipeList-Beta 6 r954\AckisRecipeList.lua:1527: in function `AckisRecipeList_Command'
AckisRecipeList-Beta 6 r954\ARLFrame.lua:878: in function `ToggleFrame'
AckisRecipeList-Beta 6 r954\ARLFrame.lua:222: in function <Interface\AddOns\AckisRecipeList\ARLFrame.lua:221>