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Dev Not for sale on a vendor

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Lady Michelle, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. Lady Michelle

    Lady Michelle Sprite Full SP
    Stratics Veteran The DarkOutlaws, TDO

    May 12, 2008
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    Only the following items maybe made not for sale containers, books, key rings, and items in a for sale container.
    my uo hubby, and I have so many containers gift boxes, paragon chest, aniversary bags etc etc. To make room I decided to place them all on vendors not for sale. Not paying attention I grab my bag of sending placed it on the vendor hit the Esc key. I went to bed next night I log in my bag of sending is missing from my pack. Of course I knew where it was because that was the only thing I did that night. I open the vendors pack, and it was on the vendor marked not for sale. Im thinking well it is made out of a bag that is a container so to speak. this made me wonder what else could be put on a vendor not for sale.
    bags of sending
    empty potion kegs
    kegs with potions in them
    I decide now what kinda books can be placed on a vendor not for sale
    spell books
    chiv books
    Im sure everyone gets the point every kinda a book can be place on a vendor and marked not for sale.
    Now are these items suppose to be made to be marked not for sale because they are containers, and books?
    I do think it is nice that they can be put on vendor not for sale for the players who have low storage to give them room in their houses.
  2. The books are often used as extra labels for other goods on the vendors. It's a handy way to provide descriptions or instructions to the anyone viewing the vendor. Very few would get a storage benefit from the books. I'd say keep it that way at least for the books. And the other items on your list have so little value, why bother?