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    Sort by Buyout? One-click buyout?

    Hello, I was wondering if anyone knew of an addon that can sort auctions by buyout/price per item and has an easybuyout option like auctioneer? (Shift-Right click lets you buyout the auction)

    I just realized that's all I use auctioneer for, and I don't know of a way to disable the scanning that auctioneer does.. I just want the UI sorting features and the buyout

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    I'd recommend Auctionator. Should do everything you're looking for.
    http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-a...ctionator.aspx

    You can also add in a macro to click to 'Buy':
    /click Atr_Buy_Confirm_OKBut


    Flux recently did a good guide on setting up shopping lists;
    http://www.powerwordgold.net/2011/05...ctionator.html

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    Auctionator is your friend in this case.

    Think of it as a slim-line version of auctioneer, with all the trimmings gone so it works a lot smoother.

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    Thanks for the suggestion, I've tried auctionator, that's not exactly what I'm looking for...
    What I want to do is: using the default AH frame, search for something and then shift-rightclick on it to buyout, without a popup coming up to ask me if I want to confirm

    Is this possible? Or is there a way to only install the EasyBuyout mode of Auctioneer?

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    I do see your point on how is is marginally more effort on a single item but if buying multiples of the same item it is much faster and easier than the auctioneer style you are aiming for specifically.

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    I use both auctioneer and auctionator

    If you want to buy a couple of things, then the auctioneer single click does work the best. However, the reason I broke down and installed auctionator is that the auctioneer single click is unworkable for higher volume items. Say there are 14 pages of embersilk. The cheapest may be on pages 7 and 11.

    In this day when 4 to 8 GB of RAM is common, I don't know why the AH gives you 50 item pages.

    So my buying is:

    AA Snatch for bulk purchases
    AA one-click for low volume
    Ator for high volume / commodities
    AA buy button on the appraiser tab when I see something too low

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    If you haven't yet, get Auction Lite. You'll never look back.

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    If you just want the fast 1 click buy out there is a great addon that makes you shift+click to buy out and its called "OneClickBuyOut"
    But Auctionator is great for scaning and there you can just left click to buy out once u searched for your item.

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    I have a macro I use to buyout stuff whenever I'm buying more than 1 or two items:

    /click BrowseBuyoutButton
    /click StaticPopup1Button1

    It will buyout the item you have selected in the AH frame. /framestack is your friend for making very simplistic macros like these.

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    Have you tried Double Click Buyout? I know it's not one click like you wanted, and I haven't used this myself, but it looks like it'd be faster than manually buying out items.

 

 

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