Just had a couple ideas pop up about filters/item listings that I wanted to mention incase one of the programmers got bored and wanted to look into them.
1) I don't know if anyone else thinks it'd be nice, but I would kinda like to see a filter for the Algalon/EOE quest reward items set up as their own filter. When looking around (especially when gearing up/planning a char reaching 80 soon) at quest reward
items to equip up and coming characters having to sift through 3-4 variations of 2+ different items (the neck pieces specially ) can be a bit irritating at times. I understand those do qualify as quest pieces but while the eoe items might be easier to
get now, getting the Algalon ones definitely isn't common. It'd be nice to be able to un-include them from quest listings without having to delete them from the item DB.
2) It'd be nice if someone has the spare time to include an option to retrieve all listed items from wowhead/the armory of a certain level or higher if you want to take the time to let rawr update. I've run into situations where quest rewards or otherwise
just arn't in the item db and I realize that some things just get missed due to the very large amount of items out there, so it'd be nice to have the option to let the program run for a while and just do a complete item update instead of having to add each
item on a case by case basis once you've become aware of them. Probably only really applies to those gearing up a new character as once it comes down to current instances I don't recall finding anything not listed already, but when looking at things
from the perspective of gearing up a character from questing to be ready for raiding etc it would be handy.
3) Tend to use the relative stat values option in conjunction with Pawn when lvling my characters and find it would be somewhat nice to have some sort of sliding scale available to adjust the amount of hit rating needed/desired to kinda even out the RSV
scales. I know using rawr at lvl 20 for instance for RSV is a bit exaggerated, but I find it handy even at that low of level to have an on the fly measure of what gear I should pick up instead of trying to do a bunch of mental calculations (or just running
with relatively crappy gear) while going through the semi tedious process of level grinding.
Great Program all and appreciate you guys putting it out there for us to use. Even with the sometimes inevitable bug that pops up here and there it's still by far in my top 2 best "addons" (the other being pawn so I can easily use the info rawr
provides) for Wow. Helps prevent me from being another one of those clueless wonders sitting in trade/guild/general chat asking "whats better XXX or YYY?".