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Imbue & GUMP resource count (like blacksmithing)

Discussion in 'UHall' started by DarkScripture, Jun 20, 2010.

  1. I get so very tired of trying to figure out which resource I lack while using my imbue skill. It would be SOOOOO.. very nice to have the Gump count and display you current resources as it does with ingots and leather, wood of other crafting skills. I could then SEE I was burning them and need to restock that item instead of finding each in my pack for stock count.
     
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    Dermott of LS UOEC Modder
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    EC hotbars work for me.
     
  3. Where the EC is good for some I truely do not care for it. All the other crafting skill do count them in the GUMP. I just wanted to speak about this tid-bit for the 2d client. They are noted in more than one post by the dev team that they shall not be doing away with 2d anyime soon. If that is in fact the case maybe we users of the old client could get a small bone tossed our way.

    P.S. (Dermott) Your post about the Putrid Gars inspired me to farm a few on LS.
     
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    Dermott of LS UOEC Modder
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    Fair enough, I'm just throwing out the option of the EC since it lets you track ANY item on the hotbar... makes crafting REALLY easy. I just wish I had the option to use the old KR crafting gumps... they may not have been "pretty", but they have Make # and Make Max right on the main page without need to dive 2 or 3 menus deep to get to them.

    Even if all you used the EC for was crafting, I think you'd find the interface MUCH better overall, but I understand the desire for improvement.

    As for the Putrid Undead Gargs... they're pretty tough, he seems really unassuming because they're the smaller gargoyle model, just red in hue... but then that may have been due to my being not-quite equipped for him. I'll probably try again after a few equipment adjustments.