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Seeking play testers for auto BOD-sorting add-in

Discussion in 'UO Craftsman' started by LowdownandShifty, Oct 11, 2015.

  1. LowdownandShifty

    LowdownandShifty Journeyman

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    I'm finishing a UI add-in that helps organize BODs. When used, the plug-in will automatically move a BOD to the appropriate BOD book based on the BOD's items (e.g. platemail BODs go to the platemail book, weapon BODs go to the weapon BOD book).

    What I'm looking for:
    1. Feedback on the plug-in and suggestions for improvements
    2. Testers who can report any bugs (e.g. BODs not recognized properly, ignored, or placed in the wrong book)
    Please reply below or send a PM if you are interested
     
  2. Tuan

    Tuan Slightly Crazed

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    I'd be willing to help.
     
  3. LowdownandShifty

    LowdownandShifty Journeyman

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    I'll send you the plugin and the instructions in a PM


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  4. Planters

    Planters Slightly Crazed

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    How did this work? I think that is a great idea
     
  5. Tuan

    Tuan Slightly Crazed

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    I tried it out. It required nearly as much user input as actually sorting them by hand, if I recall. It was a really strong base as a version 0.9...