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    replacement for panda?

    I was hoping to get a bit of advice, I'm currently using Panda for my glyph making needs(along with my JC/De'ing needs) and I realized today that even with the most up to date Panda it isn't showing all the glyphs I can actually make Does anyone know of a replacement mod to Panda that is similar in scope and features?

    Thanks in advance!

    Alja

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    I'd also like to know. I only use it for disenchanting, but it's been very useful in the last year or two.

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    I tried this addon a long time ago as it was meant to be good for milling/prospecting/disenchanting although i found a simple macro much more effective...
    /cast disenchant
    /use [insert item]

    You can add as many items as you wish until the macro space limit is reached.e.g
    /cast disenchant
    /use [insert item]
    /use [insert item]
    /use [insert item]

    You can then disenchant/mill/prospect all the items listed with a single button press.

    How extensive it is these days in what it does i am not sure and there isn't much description on the curse site but for crafting glyphs most people either use one of the follow-ons to qa3.e.g. zeroauctions or APM if you wish to craft to order.
    If you simply like to keep a set amount of an item in stock then the ATSW, Altholic, KTQ, LSW combination works well. You use macros again and can use them to automatically queue up whatever item you programme it for to return your stocks to your desired level.

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    Thanks for the tips. I went ahead and downloaded Skillet & LSW (I already have Altholic - seriously I don't know how I would survive w/out that addon). However, so far I don't like those two as much as I liked Panda I really wish he would fix it - the thing I liked the most about it was it was very clear what glyphs I could make, how many I had, and how much they are currently listed for on the AH.

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    the thing I liked the most about it was it was very clear what glyphs I could make, how many I had, and how much they are currently listed for on the AH.
    APM or Zeroauctions will do that for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thefluffyrocker View Post
    APM or Zeroauctions will do that for you.
    Hmmm....I have Zeroauctions installed, perhaps I'm not using it to it's full potential then, I will have to take a deeper look at it I have soooo many addons installed sometimes they just blur into one big mess.

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    Use the summary tab when you are the AH, you can then do a scan to see an overview of how many glyphs are on the AH, what the going price is and how many of yours are listed, if your undercut and also how many you have in your bags (note it only lists ones in your bag, not your bank, GB or alts, which can be a bit of a pain).
    You can use this list to then click on any glyph you want to craft to queue them up.

    When you open your profession tab if you click on the little ZA box, usually top right, it will show the list you created and all the materials required to complete it.

    Note: If your using other crafting addons the little ZA box sometimes doesn't show so i use ZA on my glyph and JC characters while using the other setup up on the others.

    You can also type /za summary at any time to bring up the box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thefluffyrocker View Post
    Use the summary tab when you are the AH, you can then do a scan to see an overview of how many glyphs are on the AH, what the going price is and how many of yours are listed, if your undercut and also how many you have in your bags (note it only lists ones in your bag, not your bank, GB or alts, which can be a bit of a pain).
    You can use this list to then click on any glyph you want to craft to queue them up.

    When you open your profession tab if you click on the little ZA box, usually top right, it will show the list you created and all the materials required to complete it.

    Note: If your using other crafting addons the little ZA box sometimes doesn't show so i use ZA on my glyph and JC characters while using the other setup up on the others.

    You can also type /za summary at any time to bring up the box.
    thanks for the tutorial Very helpful! I guess I may have to start listing all my auctions on my scribe instead of my random warlock though so I can really utilize the addon.

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    If you post on an alt you can still use it as you can use the summary tab on your alt, use it to create your queue and the queue will show on your scribe.

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    i just found Panda and came here to make sure people knew how awesome it is.

    for my glyph trade i use Gnome Works, KevToolQueue and a slightly self modified version of ZeroAuctions (i made it so it undercuts more like Auctioneer).

    i was making some preliminary design specifications for a similarly easy automated setup for enchants.

    i stumbled across Panda for JCing and it is awesome. with the right setup of Auctioneer tooltips (to show todays min BO) i can at a glance find the gem cuts i want to be selling. it also shows cut i dont currently own which makes choosing which cuts to buy childs play. i'm currently making 300% margins on the cuts i've bought since i started using Panda.

    i have yet to use it for the Glyph and Enchant markets but if it is anywhere as well designed for those its gonna be my new Addon of choice.

 

 

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