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Created:11-01-08 11:57 PM
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NutCounter
Version: 5.2.0.9-Beta
by: Tekkub [More]
NutCounter is a basic AH stat addon inspired by Auctioneer's BeanCounter. It strives for low resource use while keeping a few basic stats about your auctions:
  • Sellthrough (percent of total auctions posted which were successful)
  • Last sell price
  • Min and max sell price
Note that due to the way the mailbox returns invoices, items are tracked by name not itemID.

NutCounter also implements the global API @GetAuctionBuyout(item)@. This will prefer values provided by other addons that implement @GetAuctionBuyout@ first, if none are given it will return your last price from the item.

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5.2.0.9-Beta
Add button to open won items

5.1.0.8-Beta
Fix position

4.2.0.7-Beta
Use new stack size return to save *correct* sold item prices

3.3.0.6-Beta
Fix cases of lag where the looted mail doesn't go away

3.3.0.5-Beta
Fixed case where manual looting of mail would brea subsequent auto-looting

3.3.0.4-Beta
Make handling of over-full mailboxes more betterer
Add majick "open all" from BetterInbox *BIG NOTE* this won't track sale/fail
You know what, lets stop trying to position those damn buttons inside the frame
Add mailbox AL condition

3.0.3.3-Beta
Add loot-all buttons to the mail frame

3.0.3.2-Beta
Display raw counts in the tooltip also

3.0.2.1-Beta
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Unread 11-16-11, 07:07 PM  
sconley
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Cancelled auctions

I would like to see cancelled auctions as part of the calculation.
If I cancel an auction and repost it, the sell-through ratio stays the same.
I would say that a cancelled auction should be retrieved from mail using the "nuts" button just like an auction that timed out.
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Unread 05-29-09, 07:52 AM  
shanecole
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Originally posted by Jough
Since NutCounter stores sell-through data, is it possible to have the mod print out an ordered list of the items I've auctioned from highest sell-through percentage to lowest? That would greatly reduce my time spent each morning by limiting my AH queries to those items that people actually want to buy (which is my case is maybe 45 glyphs out of ~200).
It would be possible to do that. The savedvariables does (of course) keep track of the min, last, max and qty failed to sell and qty sold for each item (by name).

I agree it would be useful to get some sort of report out of it. I'm going to make a donation and maybe we'll get lucky
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Unread 12-10-08, 08:49 AM  
Jough
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Since NutCounter stores sell-through data, is it possible to have the mod print out an ordered list of the items I've auctioned from highest sell-through percentage to lowest? That would greatly reduce my time spent each morning by limiting my AH queries to those items that people actually want to buy (which is my case is maybe 45 glyphs out of ~200).
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Unread 11-09-08, 12:24 PM  
Caldar
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I know what it is "supposed" to do. I sell dozens of items a day and still have yet to see this mod do anything or provide information anywhere.

Checking its saved variables its also not recording anything either.
Last edited by Caldar : 11-10-08 at 05:25 PM.
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Originally posted by Caldar
So I assume this is supposed to add information my tooltip? I say assume because so far I can't see it doing anything at all.
From my understanding of this mod, it will track items you SELL and therefore gathers its data via AH mail you receive for successful auctions, not the AH itself like Auctioneer (ie: it doesnt scan the AH it scans the mailbox).

Unfortunately, none of my auctions have been successful this week so I've not been able to 100% confirm this! I'm quite sure though this is how it works.

Thanks again, Tekkub, more of the addon goodstuff.
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Unread 11-04-08, 06:18 PM  
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So I assume this is supposed to add information my tooltip? I say assume because so far I can't see it doing anything at all.
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