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yah 6 alts traking mats and equiped gear (as i still haven't figured out the TSM version, confusing me) and raid lockouts
TSM for all auctioning crafting shopping etc. it has taken some time to set up all 4 toons crafting abilities and shoping lists but heck it has been worth it, all i do now between raiding and BG's is maybe go farm leather to make 100% profit, greens from this go to enchanter.
prior to this i use to do all this manually just to make gold in a very slow process (when i could have been bothered)
Great work sapu and team
I'm still doing posting in certain markets with the Appraiser feature with Auctioneer, because TSM still doesn't let me easily undercut by a percentage. In some markets I find this method of undercut to be invaluable.
I've finally ditched auctioneer although the snatch buying is still very useful. I use auctionator for buying large amounts of ores and such because I find that it's a bit faster than TSM buying. Some kind of feature that allowed me to buy all the ore at x price and queued up my clicks would be amazing, but I'm not sure if that's possible.
Not exactly a trade addon, but I use Altoholic for inventory rather than itemtracker because I have two accounts. It's a PITA and I would love to replace it with TSM but I'm sure that's a complicated feature to add.
Auctioneer for buyouts (right-click spamming), market price color coding and being able to sort AH by market percentage, batch mode for listing a hundred unrelated items at once, real time scanning, Enchantrix.
Auctionator for quick price lookups, character specific shopping lists, posting loose items that Auctioneer missed. (Losing Auctionator's "buy all" button hurt.)
TSM for crafting queues for gems/glyphs/scrolls (finally replaced Kevmar's), LSW integrated into default craft window for binge crafting.
I'm with @Krebus as far as item tracker goes. If TSM could do what Altoholic can do, I would get rid of it. Also, being able to buy in stacks, the Enchantrix thing Auctioneer has as well would be nice. TSM overall has done amazing for me, now that I am finally learning it. Can't thank you guys enough for all TSM does, all the work you've put into it.
Auctioneer can be quite messy, but the feature set is really great. I just switched from auctionator to auctioneer for this reason.
Macros for Disenchanting, Milling, Prospecting and bulk mailing BoE greens.
i am looking for something to mail all my boe greens and blues to an alt that i get while leveling or whatever, would you mind letting me know how you accomplish it? tyvm
As I thought, people have pretty much summed up why it's good to keep various AH addons.
But here's one for you.
I LOVE this addon because it saves time re writing macros.
Essentially what it is, is, well, a bank to store macros.
You can't actually USE the macro while it's stored in the bank (because the game can only store 54 usable macros at once)
So, what you do is write a macro then store it in the bank.
It's useful when you find yourself needing more macros for trade ads or whatnot, but don't want to delete some that you have that you aren't using currently, but may want to reuse later (I have a macro to bark mysterious darkmoon cards, but I currently don't sell them. So, I have it stored in the bank til later use.)
The reason why I personally find it useful is because I have actual items linked into my macros, and don't want to spend the time digging up the script command for that and the item link.
I'm gonna add the others I use as well:
Just downloaded Auctioneer (which I dislike, I favor Auctionator) because BigPicture works with it. If TSM could do a total net worth of some sort based on selling trends and AuctionDB data...man....I would never look back!
Also use LSW for at-a-glance comparisons (that was mentioned by others) and actually, I use NazScrooge. Not a trade addon, but it puts a certain amount of gold into a "lockbox" and you only see what's not locked up. Pretty handy. Sounds sort of silly, but I could have used this ages ago.