Quote from BluHaze
Speaking of new item tracking, I love this module and would like to have it on full time, but I would also like to see more options available. For example, it'd be nice to have the option to not track new items while you're in a city (or resting, whichever is easiest to code). The reason for this, is personally it seems silly to have stuff that I just pulled out of my mailbox or bank highlighted as new items, when all I did was move them around a bit. Know what I mean?
What's the purpose of "moving things around a bit" if you're using AdiBags??
Quote from BluHaze
The one thing that I really really do miss from Baggins is my Disenchant filter. Essentially this custom filter sorted all of the equipment which was Bind on Equip into its own category. This was amazingly helpful because all of the BoEs that I picked up in my travels could easily be sent to my enchanter for DE, and the rest of the soulbound quest rewards were easily vendored.
Now they're all clumped together in the armor category, and I find myself slowly examining each items tooltip to see if it's BoE or Soulbound before deciding what to do with it. Then checking the buyback tab at the vendor to make sure I didn't vendor anything I could've DE'd or sold on the auction house, because I'm paranoid like that lol.
If Adirelle would allow this addon: BindingTheory to overlay as it's surpose to would solve this problem:
or better yet, implement the feature in AdiBags or optional as a plugin.
Staying in the same 'ballpark' (overlays)..
I've used cargBags_Nivaya in the past and actually got the author of the core addon(cargBags),
make changes to a plugin he did not make(_Nivaya), to implement a feature from a third addon: ReqLevelIcon
which as name suggests overlays level of item and colors the number respectivly to your toons level (green=usable / red=unusable)
I know both of these addons are old/outdated but they still work as intended on their own,
problem is to make them work with AdiBags ;-)