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07-26-18, 06:24 PM   #1
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Question (Relatively) simple script help

Hi all,

VERY knowledgeable forum here! Hoping you guys can help.

Link to post on official wow forums:https://us.battle.net/forums/en/wow/...?page=1#post-3

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Addon AutoVendor allows me to add/remove things from a list of 'safe to vendor' items. Anything on this list is automatically vendored for me.

To get items on this list is manual, by typing "/av junk " and then shift clicking the item, which adds the item name, and pressing enter.

Example "/av junk [Pygmy Oil]" will add it to the list.

One note is that you cannot simply TYPE the [Pygmy Oil], it must be an item link.

What I want is to create a macro where I can hover over the item, press the macro button, and have it type out the "/av junk " and link the item I'm hovered over.


I didn't get much help from that forum (Not sure why I thought I would), so I'm hoping you guys can assist.

Is what I want to do even possible?
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07-26-18, 07:52 PM   #2
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I'm not sure macros are capable of doing that. But, what you could do is contact the developer of the addon and see if they can add that feature in.
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07-26-18, 07:59 PM   #3
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I don't see why not. You'd just have to grab the itemlink from the tooltip (local itemName, ItemLink = GameTooltip:GetItem() ). If you know the call that occurs from the command line code you can write a tiny macro script to call it and pass in the item link.

Edit: Nope, you can't. The AV:ToggleJunk() function contains the below line, which could be formed to pass in item name and itemid from gametooltip:getitem()...
Lua Code:
  1. listToggle(self.db.profile.junk, 'junk list', itemId, itemName)

...however, listToggle is a local function, so you can't call it from a /script macro.
Lua Code:
  1. local function listToggle(list, listName, itemId, itemName)

You'll have to contact the author to have them add the function, or you could a function yourself to your local copy of the code.

Edit2:
This might work. It's dry-coded (I can't test it atm) but it might work. Your macro should look like: /script AV:ToggleJunkFromTooltip()
Lua Code:
  1. function AV:ToggleJunkFromTooltip()
  2.     local itemName, ItemLink = GameTooltip:GetItem()
  3.     if itemLink then
  4.         local itemId = tonumber(strmatch(msg, "item:(%d+)"))
  5.         listToggle(self.db.profile.junk, 'junk list', itemId, itemName)
  6.     end
  7. end
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07-26-18, 08:45 PM   #4
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Thanks for the responses guys.

Although not the answers I was hoping for, it's nice to know and not be in the dark.
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07-26-18, 09:01 PM   #5
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That bit of code I put up, you can edit the file yourself and just paste that is on the end, then put the /script snippet into a macro and you have the functionality you wanted, even if the author has absconded to count the fjords instead if updating the addon.
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