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    Syncing JUST TSM data between 2 PCs

    My first question is: What files specifically store all my personalized settings and databases for TSM? Is it just the TSM saved variables? If so, what is the easiest way for 2 PCs to share this data? My main PC at home actually has this data stored on SSD so I don't really want to use symlinks that will kill my read speeds on that databases. Any suggestions?

    Basically, I just need to know what files specifically house all my database information. I can probably work out a solution from there. Which files hold my crafting data, my itemtracker data, etc.. Is it just the TSM labelled files in savedvariables?
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    I believe most of the information is stored in those TradeSkillMaster files in the savedvariables folder.

    The wowuction module does have a file that seems to be updated frequently in the addon directory:

    \World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\TradeSkillMaster_WoWucti on\tsm_wowuction.lua

    I believe this is the file that stores the information the TSM desktop application downloads from Wowuction. This is probably uploaded to one of the TradeSkillMaster addon files in the savedvariables folder so you may not need it.

    I hope this helps.

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    That helps a lot actually, thank you! I ended up installing sugarsync and syncing my savedvariables folder. This isnt ideal considering it is syncing a lot of addon data that could be independent per machine. So I am making sure not to mess with any UI elements on my work PC so it doesnt muck up my UI at home. All I really need is for TSM to work, and it does, regardless of my general UI being a mess.

    My home PC is updating through the TSM application. Hopefully, it is trickling down to a savedvariable. But really my auctioning and itemtracker info is the most important. I can always run a manual scan if need be.

 

 

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