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WallyWest 08-11-13 03:27 PM

Objectives (on screen) not working right
 
I'm talking about the Objectives list in the top left of the screen. Shows up to ten achievements that are being tracked. Well mine shows that supposedly 9 are being tracked but doesn't display anything beyond that. The hide/unhide arrow does nothing. Won't show me what 9 achieves it thinks it's tracking. I can't find any flagged in the achieve window either.

Any idea how to clear the list so I can track achieves as normal?

Rythal 08-12-13 03:15 PM

I'd need to see a screen shot to be able to say.

suddenphoenix82 08-12-13 04:46 PM

Objectives not in database
 
I believe this is what Wally is referring too. Some quests (usually heroics, dungeons, etc) under my quest tracker are preceded with a red radio dot, instead of white. When the white dots are clicked on, it tracks the quest on the map so you know where to go, no issues here. The red dots, mean that the quest objective is not in database. For example, quest #85H - Booty Bay Interests, Zul'Gurub Stone, is not in the database, but all the other normal quests are. I have disabled all and enabled one addon at a time, including loading out of date addons and found that the problem occurs when Carbonite 5.1.6 is selected. You can still complete the quest, however it is a hassle because you are constantly having to look at your map and hope you find what it is you are looking for. I have been updating my addon weekly, however the updated date never changes (still says March 16/13). Carbonite is the only addon service I use, and until now have never had any issues. Help!!!

Thanks,

Suddenphoenix82

eqsanctum 08-13-13 11:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by suddenphoenix82 (Post 282955)
I believe this is what Wally is referring too. Some quests (usually heroics, dungeons, etc) under my quest tracker are preceded with a red radio dot, instead of white. When the white dots are clicked on, it tracks the quest on the map so you know where to go, no issues here. The red dots, mean that the quest objective is not in database. For example, quest #85H - Booty Bay Interests, Zul'Gurub Stone, is not in the database, but all the other normal quests are. I have disabled all and enabled one addon at a time, including loading out of date addons and found that the problem occurs when Carbonite 5.1.6 is selected. You can still complete the quest, however it is a hassle because you are constantly having to look at your map and hope you find what it is you are looking for. I have been updating my addon weekly, however the updated date never changes (still says March 16/13). Carbonite is the only addon service I use, and until now have never had any issues. Help!!!

Thanks,

Suddenphoenix82


Rythal and I talked about this one time, try emptying your cache. I know it sounds ridiculous but it works. I found this out when i used NPC Scan. I made my creature cache read only so every time I play I have a blank creature cache. Well the same thing works for the quest database. Which in turn helps Carb figure out quest locations etc.

Unless of course Im commenting about the wrong thing entirely, it's possible tonight since I'm about 9 beers into a case right now lol.

suddenphoenix82 08-14-13 10:37 PM

Lol!! Enjoy a bevy for me and that would be awesome. I emptied my wow cache and no luck, unless I'm misunderstanding what you mean by "cache". I appreciate all suggestions!!

Thanks,

Suddenphoenix

Yoda333 03-13-14 01:13 PM

Objective not in the database
 
This has rendered my Carbonite useless as well.
It sometimes tracks them, and sometimes not. Once it gets glitched, every single quest has an orange button instead of white/opaque. You cannot track something that isn't locatable, so something is broken.


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