TSM v4.6 has been released! If you are running the TSM Desktop Application (and have TSM4 installed), you will be automatically updated momentarily. Otherwise, you can download directly from our site here: https://www.tradeskillmaster.com/install (or wait for it to show on CurseForge/Twitch – which may take a few hours). Changes * Added a new “baseitem” keyword which can be used as a price source paramater in custom prices (i.e. “dbmarket(baseitem)”) * Made some optimizations to group-based Shopping scans to not scan items with invalid max prices * When posting via Shopping, you can now easily change the variation of the item being posted * Linking an item into shopping will now prompt you to sell that variant by default when posting * Multiline edit boxes will now scroll with the cursor to make it easier to edit large strings * Fixed a bunch of issues with relationships across operation settings * Fixed disenchanting rates for scaled items * Fixed an issue where WoW would freeze while using various TSM UIs * Fixed various issues with using the Banking UI to move items in and out of the guild bank * Fixed a bug with importing while “Moved already grouped items” was disabled * Fixed a bug where importing a list of items was creating a new “Imported Items” group * Fixed a few issues caused by the recently-mapped global prices * Fixed a minor typo in the tooltip settings UI Known Issues http://support.tradeskillmaster.com/display/KB/TSM4+Currently+Known+Issues read more
Often the name modification (or "mod" for short) is used interchangeably with AddOn. More specifically, a mod is a third-party AddOn that alters or enhances some aspect of the game's interface. Mods can perform a wide variety of tasks, including adding new buttons to the screen, altering the built-in player and party frames. In extreme cases, mods completely supplant the standard game's interface, usually offering more advanced functionality.
I only subscribed about 2 days ago after coming back to WoW after 6 years. The game has changed so much since I left right around the Cata release. I decided to start fresh on a new server. I still had all my old links and logins to places like Curse, WowInterface, etc. Loaded up all the addons I had favorited years ago (of the maybe 1/3rd that were still maintained). Got to level 20 in a few hours of playing. Had to look a bunch of stuff up.
That’s where the Zygor guide came in handy. There was a mini Zygor viewer within the game that broke down the steps in the quest so I’d be able to accomplish it easier. Do you notice the yellow arrow at the top of the heads of Norciandra and the draenei Proenitus? Well, it’s the “waypoint” and whenever I clicked on the quest in the viewer, it pointed me to a particular path and showed how far or close I was to the quest. It turned green whenever I was on the right track and yellow when I tried to head to different directions.
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TSM v4.6 has been released! If you are running the TSM Desktop Application (and have TSM4 installed), you will be automatically updated momentarily. Otherwise, you can download directly from our site here: https://www.tradeskillmaster.com/install (or wait for it to show on CurseForge/Twitch – which may take a few hours). Changes * Added a new “baseitem” keyword which can be used as a price source paramater in custom prices (i.e. “dbmarket(baseitem)”) * Made some optimizations to group-based Shopping scans to not scan items with invalid max prices * When posting via Shopping, you can now easily change the variation of the item being posted * Linking an item into shopping will now prompt you to sell that variant by default when posting * Multiline edit boxes will now scroll with the cursor to make it easier to edit large strings * Fixed a bunch of issues with relationships across operation settings * Fixed disenchanting rates for scaled items * Fixed an issue where WoW would freeze while using various TSM UIs * Fixed various issues with using the Banking UI to move items in and out of the guild bank * Fixed a bug with importing while “Moved already grouped items” was disabled * Fixed a bug where importing a list of items was creating a new “Imported Items” group * Fixed a few issues caused by the recently-mapped global prices * Fixed a minor typo in the tooltip settings UI Known Issues http://support.tradeskillmaster.com/display/KB/TSM4+Currently+Known+Issues read more
I only subscribed about 2 days ago after coming back to WoW after 6 years. The game has changed so much since I left right around the Cata release. I decided to start fresh on a new server. I still had all my old links and logins to places like Curse, WowInterface, etc. Loaded up all the addons I had favorited years ago (of the maybe 1/3rd that were still maintained). Got to level 20 in a few hours of playing. Had to look a bunch of stuff up.
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