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AuctionLite  Popular! (More than 5000 hits)
Version: 1.8.12
by: Merial [More]
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Overview

AuctionLite makes it easy to use the auction house!

With AuctionLite, you can:
  • Buy
    • Show all listings for an item on a single page, sorted by per-item price
    • Buy out multiple listings at the same time
    • Search for your favorite items with a single click
  • Sell
    • Suggest prices based on the current competition
    • Create multiple listings at the same time
  • Scan
    • Download all auction house data in just seconds
    • Track historical prices and find deals
    • Add tooltips to items with vendor, auction, and disenchant prices

In short, AuctionLite tries to make the most common auction house tasks as simple as possible, and AuctionLite strives for minimal overhead and clutter in its interface.

If you enjoy using AuctionLite, please consider making a donation via Paypal: Click here to lend your support!

Quick Start

Buying items: Type an item name into the "Buy" tab and click "Search". (You don't have to fill in a quantity.) Select the listings you want to buy, click "Buyout", and then click "Approve". Due to Blizzard's addon restrictions, you will have to click "Approve" once for each listing.
  • Control-right-click an item in your bags from any AH tab to search on the "Buy" tab
  • Use shift-click and control-click to select and purchase multiple listings

Selling items: Drag an item from your bags into the "Sell" tab slot. Enter the number and size of the stacks you'd like to sell, adjust prices if necessary, and click "Create Auction".
  • Alt-right-click an item in your bags from any AH tab to load it into the "Sell" tab
  • Click on any competing auction to undercut that auction
  • Use the tab key to jump between fields
  • Hit enter to start the auction

Scanning: Click "Full Scan" on the "Buy" tab. When scanning is complete, you'll get a list of the best deals currently available at the auction house.
  • If you navigate away from the deals page, use "Show Deals" in the "Advanced" menu to return
  • If you are disconnected during scanning, try disabling the fast scan feature (use "/al config")

Other features:
  • To search for your own listings (and your competition), choose "Show My Auctions" from the "Advanced" menu
  • Click the checkmark next to any item in the "Buy" tab to mark it as a favorite, and then select "Show Favorites" from the
  • "Advanced" menu to search for all your favorites at once
  • Go straight to your preferred tab when opening the AH
  • Open all your bags when visiting the AH

For more details, read on!

Buying Items

To buy an item with AuctionLite, type the name of the item you want into the "Buy" tab and click "Search" (or alt-right-click an item in your bags).

If your search returns only one kind of item, you'll see a list of all auctions for that item, sorted by the per-item buyout price (or per-item bid price, if no buyout price is available). Your own auctions are shown in yellow, and auctions where you are the highest bidder will show the bid price in yellow. If you want to bid or buy out a listing, click on it, click "Bid" or "Buyout", and then approve the purchase. You can select multiple auctions by control-clicking or shift-clicking.

If your search returns multiple items, you'll see a summary of the kinds of items that your search encountered. Click on any of these summary lines to see all listings for that item, as described above. To get back to the summary page, click the arrow button in the upper-left corner of the frame.

If you know exactly how many items you want to buy, type the number into the "Quantity" field when searching. AuctionLite will then offer to fill your order by selecting the auction listings that minimize the total cost to you. AuctionLite is smart enough to find the absolute minimal cost in most cases, including cases where you can buy more items to get a lower total price. If you would like AuctionLite to consider the resale value of excess items when making this decision (e.g., you ask for 10 items, but you'd rather get 11 at 101g than 10 at 100g), then you can enable the "Consider Resale Value" option (use "/al config"). If AuctionLite suggests purchasing more items than you originally requested (for any reason), it will show you to the expected resale value of the excess items and the net cost of the items you requested.

AuctionLite will incorporate all of the price data that your searches return into its historical data. Thus, the prices for items you frequently purchase will always be up to date, even if you don't do full auction house scans.

Favorites

On the "Buy" tab's summary display, you can click on the checkmark to the left of any item to mark it as a favorite (click again to unmark). Then, you can choose "Show Favorites" in the "Advanced" menu to quickly search for all of your favorites. Your favorites will also get bumped to the top of the summary display in any future search.

If you'd like to create multiple favorites lists, you can do so in the AuctionLite configuration screen (use "/al config"). Your lists will show up in a submenu of the "Show Favorites" menu option. When creating a favorites list, you can type any item name, but you must type the entire name exactly as it appears in-game (case does not need to match). You can also drag-and-drop items into the "Add an Item" field.

Your Auctions

In order to see auctions that you're selling, choose "Show My Auctions" from the "Advanced" menu. AuctionLite will search for all your current auctions so that you can see your competition. On the summary screen, any items where you've been undercut will be shown with a red background.

If you'd like to cancel an auction, just click the item, select your listing(s), and click "Cancel". You can select and cancel multiple auctions by using shift-click and control-click.

If you'd like to cancel auctions in bulk, you can do this in a number of ways. First, clicking the "Cancel" button when nothing is selected will cancel all auctions on that page (and all auctions period, if you're on the summary screen!). Second, control-clicking the "Cancel" button will cancel all such auctions that have been undercut (i.e., auctions that have a competitor at a lower per-item price). Finally, you can right-click any line in the summary screen in order to cancel all auctions or cancel undercut auctions.

Selling Items

To sell an item with AuctionLite, start by dragging the item into the box on the "Sell" tab (or by alt-right-clicking an item in your bags). AuctionLite will immediately scan for all competing auctions, and it will suggest an appropriate price for your auction. In addition to setting bid and buyout prices, you can also tell AuctionLite to post multiple stacks of a certain size.

AuctionLite will display a list of competing auctions so that you can verify the accuracy of AuctionLite's suggestions. Any listings shown in gray are listings that AuctionLite considered to be outliers--that is, listings with abnormally low prices. AuctionLite typically chooses a price that is just less than the lowest non-outlier price, since this price is a reasonable estimate of the market-clearing price. If you disagree with AuctionLite's estimate of the market-clearing price, you can click on any auction in the display to undercut it by a few percent. Listings shown in yellow are your own auctions; clicking on them will fill in the prices you set for those auctions.

AuctionLite also shows some historical data for your item in the chat window. Every time AuctionLite scans for an item, it will incorporate the latest prices into its historical data, weighted according to the frequency of its scans.

If you want to sell items quickly, you can use alt-right-click even on the "Browse" tab in order to move an item into the "Sell" tab. If you approve of AuctionLite's initial suggestions, hitting enter will post the auction immediately.

If you'd like to save settings for a particular item, click the down arrow near the item slot in the "Sell" tab. Selecting any of these options will save your current stack size, stack count, or prices for future use.

AuctionLite's pricing scheme can be customized in the AuctionLite options screen (Escape -> Interface -> Addons -> AuctionLite).

Scanning

You can tell AuctionLite to scan all listings in the auction house by clicking the "Full Scan" button on the "Buy" tab.

After all auction data has been retrieved, AuctionLite will analyze the data and record the current market prices for later use. AuctionLite will take into account how frequently and how recently you've scanned, so there's no need to worry about how often you scan. Note that if you cancel the scan by closing the auction house, no data will be recorded.

AuctionLite also stores all price data from your scans in the "Buy" and "Sell" tabs, so even if you don't scan frequently, the prices for items that you buy and sell will stay up to date.

Deals

After you've completed a full scan, AuctionLite will search for all items in the auction house that are underpriced relative to previous scans, and it will show you these items ranked by potential profit. If you navigate away from this screen, you can recall the list of deals from the last scan of your current AH visit by going to "Advanced" and clicking "Show Deals". To set the parameters for this search, go to the AuctionLite options screen (in the "Advanced" menu) and set the minimum profit and the minimum discount relative to previous prices.

Tooltips

AuctionLite adds a few lines to the bottom of each item tooltip in the game to show the vendor sell price, the expected disenchant value, and the estimated auction house value. The disenchant value is based on the current value of the disenchanted dust/essences/shards at the auction house.

By default, AuctionLite shows the value for the entire stack. However, if you'd like to see the per-item price instead of the per-stack price, just hold the shift key. If you'd like this to be the other way around (i.e., per-item prices normally, and per-stack prices when holding shift), this setting can be adjusted in the AuctionLite options screen (type "/al config").

If you'd rather not see AuctionLite's information in tooltips, they can be customized or disabled in the AuctionLite options screen (type "/al config"). You can set each line in the tooltip so that it always appears, never appears, or appears only if the applicable data is available (e.g., if we have an auction house price for that item).

External API

AuctionLite supports Tekkub's GetAuctionBuyout interface, so any addon that uses this interface will automatically be able to retrieve price data from AuctionLite.

In addition to this standard interface, other addons that wish to use AuctionLite's data can use the following methods:

price = AuctionLite:GetDisenchantValue(link or id[, suffix])
price = AuctionLite:GetAuctionValue(link or id[, suffix])

These methods return AuctionLite's disenchant and auction prices, which are the same numbers you see in the tooltips. You can pass an item string, an item link, or an item ID, but note that if you pass an ID for an item that typically has a suffix (e.g., "of the Monkey"), then you need to provide the suffix as the second argument. AuctionLite doesn't track bid prices--just buyout prices.

Acknowledgments

Thanks to cyberloras, mysticalos, kolenka, phanx, inexstinctus, vebev, and haghala for contributing bug fixes and features, and thanks to the Curse/WowAce/WowInterface community for their bug reports and suggestions.

Many, many thanks to the folks who took the time to translate AuctionLite to other languages!
  • Brazilian Portuguese: phalk, renanwar
  • French: Pettigrow, FreakyGreaser
  • German: nesta666, Farook, archiv, callmechris, tholas1234, hero66
  • Italian: _YuSaKu_, kappesante
  • Korean: eljei, san0713, kdw112, maknae, netaras, Sayclub, ohmytrance
  • Russian: Vampik, RustamIrzaev, StingerSoft
  • Simplified Chinese: tnt2ray, wowuicn, dh0000
  • Spanish: karrash76, virginc
  • Traditional Chinese: tnt2ray, a9012456, s8095324

Version History

Changes in v1.8.12:
  • Updated for WoW 5.4

Changes in v1.8.11:
  • Updated for WoW 5.3

Changes in v1.8.10:
  • Updated for WoW 5.2
  • Battle pets can only be sold one at a time (Blizzard restriction :-()
  • Updated disenchant tables (thanks, Inexstinctus!)

Changes in v1.8.9:
  • Added Italian and Spanish localizations

Changes in v1.8.8:
  • Updated for WoW 5.1
  • Battle pets can now be sold via AL
  • Updated localizations

Changes in v1.8.7:
  • Fixed glyph taint issues (Thanks, Szandos!)

Changes in v1.8.6:
  • Added Brazilian Portuguese localization (Thanks, Phalk & Renanwar!)

Changes in v1.8.5:
  • More WoW 5.0.4 updates (Thanks, Mysticalos!)

Changes in v1.8.4:
  • Updated for WoW 5.0.4 (Thanks, Cyberloras!)

Changes in v1.8.3:
  • Updated for WoW 4.3

Changes in v1.8.2:
  • Updated for WoW 4.2
  • Fixed a bug on the "open all bags" feature
  • Fixed the assertion failures in QueryAuctions (hopefully)

Changes in v1.8.1:
  • Added placement options for tooltips in AL tabs
  • Added the option to undercut auctions by a fixed amount
  • Fixed problems when spam-cancelling auctions
  • Fixed Lua error when creating a new favorites list

Changes in v1.8:
  • Fix bug that would occasionally cause unintended purchases when clicking through long lists of approvals (hopefully!)
  • Added placement options for tooltips in AL tabs

Changes in v1.7.4:
  • Fix breakage in previous version due to missing localization string

Changes in v1.7.3:
  • You can now repeatedly click the cancel button to cancel multiple auctions
  • Workaround for fast scan errors (due to a Blizzard bug)

Changes in v1.7.2:
  • No changes; version number incremented to resolve packager problems

Changes in v1.7.1:
  • Eliminate UpdateDeposit() Lua errors

Changes in v1.7:
  • Updated for WoW 4.0.1
  • Due to a change in Blizzard's interface, mass buyout now requires a click on the "Approve" button for each listing :-(
  • For the same reason, posting partial stacks has been disabled :-(

Changes in v1.6.4:
  • Hold the control key when placing an item in the "Sell" tab to skip the scan
  • Menus showing your favorites lists are now sorted
  • Fixed a bug with per-stack saved prices

Changes in v1.6.3:
  • More updates for WoW 3.3.3
  • Fix auction duration bug
  • Use new multi-auction interface
  • Use old graphics for all parts of "Sell" tab (for now!)

Changes in v1.6.2:
  • Updated for WoW 3.3.3

Changes in v1.6.1:
  • Updated disenchant tables
  • Updated localizations

Changes in v1.6:
  • Multiple favorites lists can now be created in the AuctionLite configuration screen
  • Stack size, stack count, and price preferences can be saved on a per-item basis in the "Sell" tab using the menu next to the item's icon
  • Localizations have been updated
  • Future localizations will be populated automatically from Wowace.com, resulting in much faster turnaround time

Changes in v1.5.4:
  • Suppress Blizzard auction messages in all chat windows
  • Fixed another bug in tooltip vendor prices

Changes in v1.5.3:
  • Fixed bug in stack creation when posting auctions
  • Fixed bug in tooltip vendor prices

Changes in v1.5.2:
  • Updated for WoW 3.3

Changes in v1.5.1:
  • Fixed bug when default stack size is set to 1
  • Updated French and Russian localization files

Changes in v1.5:
  • Click the "Cancel" button on the "Buy" tab in order to cancel all auctions of yours on the current display (clicking on the "Show My Auctions" screen will cancel everything)
  • Control-click as above to cancel auctions that have been undercut
  • Right-click items on the summary screen in order to "Cancel All Auctions" or "Cancel Undercut Auctions"
  • Confirmation screen when cancelling auctions with bids
  • Confirmation screen when posting items below vendor price
  • Chat window shows total value of auctions posted
  • Fixed bug in automatic stack size computation
  • Updated localization files

Changes in v1.4.1:
  • Fixed Lua error that appeared when one of your favorites is not found.

Changes in v1.4:
  • Suppress "Auction won" spam when buying/selling/cancelling auctions
  • Show how many auctions are yours in the "Buy" tab's summary screen
  • Auction data storage can now be disabled/cleared
  • Localization updates

Changes in v1.3:
  • Updated for WoW 3.2
  • AL now uses WoW's built-in vendor data, reducing its memory footprint by a few megabytes
  • AuctionLite:GetVendorValue() and GetSellValue are no longer supported

Changes in v1.2.1:
  • Fixed bug in German translation
  • Added Russian translation

Changes in v1.2.0:
  • Specify one extra stack in the "Sell" tab to sell excess items as a smaller stack (e.g., if you have 50 items and you enter "3 stacks of 20", AL will create 2 stacks of 20 and 1 stack of 10)
  • When the number of stacks to sell is changed, the size of the stacks will be adjusted if necessary (e.g., if you have 20 items and you specify 20 stacks, AL will set the size to 1 automatically)
  • New options for customizing the default number/size of stacks
  • Vendor data updated for WoW 3.1.1
  • Miscellaneous bug fixes

Changes in v1.1.5:
  • Updated for WoW 3.1

Changes in v1.1.4:
  • Fixed bug when sorting favorites that aren't currently in the AH

Changes in v1.1.3:
  • Much smarter algorithm for choosing listings in "Buy" tab
  • Buying/canceling the last listing for an item will take you to the summary view

Changes in v1.1.2:
  • Recently sold items no longer appear in "Show My Auctions"
  • All favorites appear in "Show Favorites", even if they're not currently in the AH
  • Updates to German localization

Changes in v1.1.1:
  • Number formatting fix in "Sell" tab
  • Scanner bug fix

Changes in v1.1:
  • Sortable columns
  • Improvements in auction searching/purchasing
  • Localized to French, German, Korean, and Chinese (many thanks to the translators listed above!)

Changes in v1.0.3:
  • Better error messages in "Buy" frame
  • Suppress stack-splitting dialog when shift-clicking in "Buy" frame
  • Added tooltips to mailbox items

Changes in v1.0.2:
  • Fixed Lua error

Changes in v1.0.1:
  • Fixed money icon flicker in tooltip
  • Fixed control/alt-right-click when not at auction house
  • Shift-left-click now works on the "Buy" tab

Changes in v1.0:
  • Implemented Tekkub's GetSellValue and GetAuctionBuyout
  • Undercut auctions are shown in red in the "Show My Auctions" list
  • Fixed some display bugs in tooltips
  • Save your place in the "Buy" frame when going to/from summary view
  • Allow zero buyouts (i.e., bid only)
  • Don't undercut historical prices
  • Miscellaneous config screen cleanup

Changes in v0.9:
  • Tooltips now show expected disenchant value
  • Tooltips use money icons
  • Better configuration options for tooltips

Changes in v0.8:
  • You can cancel your own auctions by selecting them and clicking "Cancel" (use shift-click and control-click to select and cancel many auctions)
  • See your own auctions and your competition by choosing "Show My Auctions" in the "Advanced" menu

Changes in v0.7:
  • Fast scanning: Perform a full AH scan in seconds!
  • Deals: Show profit opportunities after each scan
  • Favorites: Mark your favorite items and search for them quickly
  • Control-right-click jumps to "Buy" tab and searches
  • Alt-right-click jumps to "Sell" tab and searches
  • Jump to your preferred tab when opening the AH
  • Open all bags when opening the AH
  • Show time elapsed and time remaining on searches
  • Options GUI is available in Blizzard's interface options panel
  • Upgraded to Ace3

Changes in v0.6:
  • Items with jewels/enchants are labeled with a "+"
  • Add tooltips to merchant, buyback, and loot
  • Allow vendor multiplier to be set for when selling an item with no history
  • Compatible with AuctionMaster
  • Yet more bug fixes and UI tweaks

Changes in v0.5:
  • Select multiple items in the "Buy" tab with control/shift
  • Toggle per-stack and per-item prices in tooltips with shift
  • Add tooltips to item links
  • Allow users to set undercut percentage
  • Bug fixes and UI tweaks

Changes in v0.4:
  • Added "Buy" tab for easily searching and buying out auctions
  • Added alt-right-click shortcuts
  • Remember custom prices within a given visit to the auction house
  • Reuse previous auction prices by clicking on your own auctions in the display
  • Added external API
  • Numerous bug fixes and UI enhancements

Changes in v0.3:
  • Prices can be specified as per-item or per-stack prices
  • Undercut specific auctions by clicking on them in the "Competing Auctions" display
  • Tooltips can be disabled if desired
  • Preferences for duration and pricing method are now saved
  • When absolutely no data is available, we use triple the vendor price
  • Numerous bug fixes

Changes in v0.2:
  • Added tooltips with vendor sell price and auction value
  • Your own auctions are now shown in yellow in the "Competing Auctions" display
  • Pricing algorithm will no longer undercut your own auctions
  • Added warning when your buyout is less than the vendor price
  • Fixed bugs in the auction scanner and the auction display

Changes in v0.1:
  • Initial version
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Visceroid
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Has been said several times already but options to reset (limit?) the size of the stored data from Auctionlite and usage of an external vendor price database would be optimal.

Auctionlite went to use 5.5MB memory for me, which is quite high compared to all my other addons (next one on 2.3MB).

Thanks in advance
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Quick Question: Does AuctionLite store prices from your scans over days to give more of an average price in the tooltip for the AH, or does it just use the last AH price it found for that item?

Just curious cause I got an enchanting drop and it said it was worth 300g , But when i scan the AH they are going for like 50g.
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Originally posted by Merial
AuctionLite is designed to do exactly this.

1) Drag an item to the "Sell" tab (or just alt-right-click it).

2) AL will search for all competing auctions and display them on the right-hand side.

3) Enter the amount of items to list as "X stacks of Y". AL will automatically make X stacks of size Y when posting.

4) AL will suggest a price, but you can change it if you like. You can also click on a competing auction to undercut that auction.

5) Hit 'Create Auction'.

Enjoy! [/b]
I meant to say that this was already my routine with AuctionLite . I was hoping there was a way to speed up that process. If I pick up Inscription and want to post each and every glyph, this current process will be too slow.
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Your addon is awesome, Merial!

I have some small suggestions:
- Make alt+leftclick or simply rightclick paste the item into the sell box. Most bag addons use alt+rightclick for their menu.
- In the sell tab: When I change the stack size it should recalculate the max. possible stacks available.

Are abnormally high buyout prices discarded in the history? I have the feeling, that some people are trying to fool addons like these:

(Gems for 15k ea)
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Originally posted by GCT
Auctioneer allows you to plug in data from WoWEcon. Does this mod do that? If not, can it be added?
It's not possible quite yet, but I'll consider it for a future version. Thanks for the suggestion!

(You can, of course, scan the AH with AuctionLite in order to build up AL's own database of prices, but it sounds like that's not what you're looking for.)

Originally posted by Ajuga
I sell a lot of the same items every day. Right now I:
1) Dig through my bags for an item I want to sell and drag it to the Sell Tab
2) Check the price on the currently listed auctions
3) Change the amount of items to list
4) Change the bid and buyout price (sometimes)
5) Hit 'Create Auction'
And then start over again.
AuctionLite is designed to do exactly this.

1) Drag an item to the "Sell" tab (or just alt-right-click it).

2) AL will search for all competing auctions and display them on the right-hand side.

3) Enter the amount of items to list as "X stacks of Y". AL will automatically make X stacks of size Y when posting.

4) AL will suggest a price, but you can change it if you like. You can also click on a competing auction to undercut that auction.

5) Hit 'Create Auction'.

Enjoy!
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I sell a lot of the same items every day. Right now I:
1) Dig through my bags for an item I want to sell and drag it to the Sell Tab
2) Check the price on the currently listed auctions
3) Change the amount of items to list
4) Change the bid and buyout price (sometimes)
5) Hit 'Create Auction'
And then start over again.

The only interesting part of the process is 2). The rest could be more or less automated.

Is Auctioneer the answer or?
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I'm also looking to try a lightweight mod to replace Auctioneer. I don't see one of my favorite features, though maybe I just can't find the documentation.

Auctioneer allows you to plug in data from WoWEcon. Does this mod do that? If not, can it be added?

Thanks!
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Originally posted by Malagant
Very nice, lightweight (!) Addon.

But coming from Auctioneer, i'm missing one function:
undercutting by a fixed value, e.g. 1 copper.

Maybe you could add them sometime
Thanks for the suggestion! I'll add it to the list, but I'll probably hold off on implementing it until I hear more requests for a feature like this, since I want to add only the features that a significant number of users will use.

In the meantime, you can get pretty close by turning the "Buyout Undercut" to the lowest possible value and setting "Price Rounding" to zero. And of course, if you're handy with Lua, you can make the change on your own copy--the function to modify is AuctionLite:UpdatePrices() in SellFrame.lua.
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Originally posted by Frayol
Closest I could manage to set was 2.5 or 1.5 as the scroll bar seems to be a little sensitive to movements and tricky to place exactly, but after that I just changed to 2 in the saved variables file which sorted the problem for me.
Very resourceful!

It's not totally obvious, but you can actually click on the text that says "2.5" and manually enter a number (make sure to press return afterward). Not the best interface, I know...
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Very nice, lightweight (!) Addon.

But coming from Auctioneer, i'm missing one function:
undercutting by a fixed value, e.g. 1 copper.

Maybe you could add them sometime
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Originally posted by Merial
Already implemented! You can set the "Vendor Multiplier" in the options for the sell tab.
Oops! Totally missed that option, my apologies for that.

Closest I could manage to set was 2.5 or 1.5 as the scroll bar seems to be a little sensitive to movements and tricky to place exactly, but after that I just changed to 2 in the saved variables file which sorted the problem for me.
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Originally posted by xythian
The only feature of auctioneer that I can not seem to replicate in Auction Lite is the ability to scan for targets for disenchanting at a profit. This is an age old and classic method for low risk, moderate income of buying items priced less than their disenchant value. However, AuctionLite does not seem to have an easy way to replicate this function.
There's no way to do it in AuctionLite right now, but I should be able to add it pretty easily without adding too much bloat. It's on the list for a future version!

Originally posted by Aisenfaire
Is there any way to disable seeing your own auctions in the "competing auctions" list that pops up when you're posting something in the Sell tab? Or, a way to mark those auctions as your own? So you you don't end up undercutting yourself?
Anything that shows up as yellow in the competing auctions display is one of your own listings. Does that help?

Originally posted by Frayol
- Make the recording of data from a scan optional. I only occasionally use the scan option and find that the recorded data just adds to the memory usage with no real benefit to myself.

- Would it be possible to add a reset option for historical data? Either the whole thing or perhaps just anything over a certain age? Generally the only historical data I would really be interested in is the items that I sell regularly, so perhaps it may also be possible to add a check box on the sell tab to make the recording of data optional for that item? Just a thought there.
Both reasonable suggestions. I'll see what I can do about customizing the data that AL remembers.

- Please do consider using Itemprice-1.1 as opposed to your own vendor prices as I believe that it will help with the memory footprint. I personally use ItemPriceTooltip, but SellFish also uses this lib and I believe there are other addons that use it too.
I'll add an option to use ItemPrice (or a mod supporting GetSellValue) in the future. However, when I last tested it, the prices listed in ItemPrice were often incorrect or out of date, which is why I use my own price database for the time being. Thanks for the suggestion!

- On the subject of vendor prices, is it possible to make the default value of 3x the vendor price configurable? I personally often find that 3x is too high and end up looking the item up on a couple of sites like Wowhead and then posting at a price based on that. The prices I end up using are more often close to 2x the vendor price so if I could set that as default, and being lazy as I am, I would probably just use that price instead.
Already implemented! You can set the "Vendor Multiplier" in the options for the sell tab.

Originally posted by Nevrah
Canceling all auctions is what I'm looking for.
Gotcha. I'll see what I can do!

When viewing "My Auctions", I noticed that there was a set of boxes that I can check (or uncheck) next to each of my listings. Maybe there could be a way to use that to select which of my listed auctions I would like to cancel?
For what it's worth, the checkmarks are used to select your favorites. If you place a checkmark next to an item and then select "Show My Favorites" from the "Advanced" menu, AL will search for all the items you've checked and will display the results on one screen.

Originally posted by Cashtro
1 question i was wondering .. did u fixed the vendor data?
when it's enabled the mem usage from 200k goes to 2.3MB ... when i delete vendordata.lua goes back to 200-300k atm i am using sellfish (vendor data) but i was thinking why should use other Addons if Auctionlite can do

Maybe Auctionlite can use Itemprice-1.1 than i think u got ur nice addon to 200k-300k :P like u promised lite auction addon
In a future version, I'll add an option that frees up memory when using an external vendor price database. For the time being, though, just deleting VendorData.lua should do the trick. :-)

Originally posted by Sparanoid
i prefer to have a small icon at the left of each item.
I'll see what I can do!
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Excellent addon and a fine replacement for the super bloated Auctioneer. However, like many others, I have a feature request/question. Yes, I realize the irony of praising for lean programming and then requesting features.

The only feature of auctioneer that I can not seem to replicate in Auction Lite is the ability to scan for targets for disenchanting at a profit. This is an age old and classic method for low risk, moderate income of buying items priced less than their disenchant value. However, AuctionLite does not seem to have an easy way to replicate this function.

Anybody out there find a way to do it? Am I blind and completely missed it?
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Is there any way to disable seeing your own auctions in the "competing auctions" list that pops up when you're posting something in the Sell tab? Or, a way to mark those auctions as your own? So you you don't end up undercutting yourself?
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Been looking to replace Auctioneer for a while now and so far AuctionLite seems to be the best bet for me. There are a few options that I'd like to see, but if these aren't possible then fair enough. It won't put me off using AuctionLite if they aren't added.

- Make the recording of data from a scan optional. I only occasionally use the scan option and find that the recorded data just adds to the memory usage with no real benefit to myself.

- Would it be possible to add a reset option for historical data? Either the whole thing or perhaps just anything over a certain age? Generally the only historical data I would really be interested in is the items that I sell regularly, so perhaps it may also be possible to add a check box on the sell tab to make the recording of data optional for that item? Just a thought there.

- Please do consider using Itemprice-1.1 as opposed to your own vendor prices as I believe that it will help with the memory footprint. I personally use ItemPriceTooltip, but SellFish also uses this lib and I believe there are other addons that use it too.

- On the subject of vendor prices, is it possible to make the default value of 3x the vendor price configurable? I personally often find that 3x is too high and end up looking the item up on a couple of sites like Wowhead and then posting at a price based on that. The prices I end up using are more often close to 2x the vendor price so if I could set that as default, and being lazy as I am, I would probably just use that price instead.
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