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  • Project Manager: mikk
  • World of Warcraft
  • 175 Monthly Downloads
  • Supports: 4.3
  • 69,780 Total Downloads
  • Updated 01/15/2012
  • Created 02/28/2008
  • 52 Favorites
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  • Release Type: Inactive
  • License: Public Domain
  • Newest File: r38-release
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About Baggins_Auctioneer

Adds Auctioneer "bought for" filters to Baggins ("disenchant", "vendor", etc)

3.0 versions looks at both SearchUI (stored in BeanCounter) and BottomScanner logs, and also adds a "Milling" filter.

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r39 | mikk | 2012-01-15 12:52:28 +0000 (Sun, 15 Jan 2012) | 1 line
Changed paths:
   A /tags/r38-release (from /trunk:38)

Tagging as r38-release
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r38 | mikk | 2012-01-15 12:52:02 +0000 (Sun, 15 Jan 2012) | 1 line
Changed paths:
   M /trunk/Baggins_Auctioneer.lua
   M /trunk/Baggins_Auctioneer.toc

Get rid of unnecessary Ace2 dependencies.
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r36 | mikk | 2012-01-15 12:35:56 +0000 (Sun, 15 Jan 2012) | 2 lines
Changed paths:
   M /trunk/Baggins_Auctioneer.lua
   M /trunk/Baggins_Auctioneer.toc

- TOC 40300
- Make it work with Baggins-Ace3
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Comments

  • #6
    Bean counter is enables and this addon still does NOT load, i have Addon Control Panel installed to keep enabling this darn addon.... can we just have it set to load at startup like all the other baggins addons?
  • #5
    This works fine as long as you do /ace2 load baggins_auctioneer what is a way to have it load? I have Auctioneer and beancounter, it won't load on its own.
  • #1
    Does this addon actually work? I cannot seem to get the filters to show up. Sounds like a fantastic feature - hope I can get some help :)
  • #2
    I have to agree with Oddible; I can't get the darn thing to work either. I tried with and without baggins_libfilter, I tried with and without libfilter 1.0 and I tried it as the only baggins added filter. All with no joy. Any pointers would be great, because I would really appreciate being able to use this filter as it'll make my life sooooo much easier.

    Thx
  • #3
    It seems like the addon has issues loading up properly. It is set as LoD (Load on Demand) but isn't loaded by Auctioneer (or BeanCounter as it says in the toc). The author has an update on the WoWAce site, which is supposed to load from BtmScan now instead. However, according to the authors of Auctioneer, BtmScan has been replaced by SearchUI so Baggin_Auctioneer *still* does not get loaded (atleast for me) since I don't have BtmScan.

    Solution:

    Load it manually by typing this:

    /ace2 load Baggins_Auctioneer

    This makes the filters show up in Baggins but I don't know if things are working correctly (haven't played around with it yet).


    /Geggin


    Ref: WoWAce page - http://www.wowace.com/projects/baggins_auctioneer
    Ref: BtmScan (or BottomScanner) info page - http://wiki.norganna.org/BottomScanner

  • #4
    It's indeed LoD, but it isn't supposed to be loaded BY BeanCounter. It's supposed to be loaded _WITH_ BeanCounter.

    ## LoadOnDemand: 1
    ## LoadWith: BeanCounter

    Your comment about a "newer" version on wowace is erronous. Those are old versions you are seeing, that were indeed linked to BtmScan.


    Those of you having problems - do you have BeanCounter? Is it loaded when you're having problems? Baggins_Auctioneer uses the data stored in BeanCounter for its filtering, so loading with BeanCounter not present is pointless.
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