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Thief Tools  Updated less than 3 days ago!  Popular! (More than 5000 hits)
Version: 2.1.2
by: Shadowfen [More]
Thief Tools provides a variety of helpful tools to help you manage and profit from your thieving career:
  • A configurable status bar to provide you with your current hot item counts and quotas.
  • Smart auto-looting of stolen items
  • Configurable auto-junking of stolen items - and an icon to display which mode you are in
  • A convenient control of whether you are allowed to kill NPCs or not - and an icon to display at a glance which mode you are in.

The Thief Tools Status Bar
The status bar to help you keep track of your stealing at a glance! It can display the following:
  • A red hand icon if you are in "Kill NPCs" mode (dynamic)
  • A gold bag with coins around if you are in "Auto-Steal" mode (dynamic)
  • The total value of fence-able items you're carrying.
  • The number of fence-able items you're carrying and the remainder of sells for the day.
  • The number of launder-able items you're carrying and the remainder of launders for the day.
  • The average value of the fence-able items (off by default).
  • The estimated session's income you'll get if you fence items of like value up to your per-day limit.
  • A graph of your fence-able items' quality.

Filtering

These counts can be configured according to your preferences by setting filters for certain categories of stolen items.

The categories, such as
  • gear,
  • furnishings,
  • provisioning recipes and furnishing recipes (formerly just "recipes"),
  • motifs,
  • style materials,
  • trait materials,
  • raw and refined materials (clothing, woodworking, and blacksmithing),
  • alchemical solvents and reagents and
  • lockpicks
can be set for particular destinations: Fence, Launder, Ignore (does not count towards either), or Junk .
Certain categories or sub-categories might have special handling that cannot be overridden at this time (to prevent them from being considered fenceable:
  • Treasure maps (and other trophies) are automatically set for Launder
Any other items that don't belong to any of these categories are automatically considered for fencing.

Only items considered for fencing will be counted in the fence-able items, the total value of currently held items, the average value, and the quality displays.

Only items considered for laundering will be counted in the launder-able items.

Ignored items will not be counted by anything except the recipe, motif, or furnishing counts that you can see in the chat window.

You can also set it to ignore all stolen items that you have marked as junk in your inventory.

Finally, you have the option of saying that if an item would normally be considered for fencing, you can still have it ignored if the value of the item is less that a threshold value that you set. If the threshold value is zero, then none of the worthless fence-ables will be ignored by this.


Auto-Stealing

Thief Tools now provides an auto-stealing "mode" which sets it so that you have auto-looting of stolen items turned on when you are sneaking and undetected. If you stop sneaking, auto-looting of stolen items is turned off. If you are sneaking and detected (in enough time for the addon to notice before ESO opens the container), auto-looting of stolen items is turned off. It is still possible to be caught stealing - because they saw you after the container started to open - but this does offer you just a little bit more protection. The protection against detection is less effective when you are pickpocketing - just be careful!

The coin bag icon in the status bar will appear if you have the auto-stealing capability turned on (and if you turned on the icon!).

How to enter/exit Auto-Stealing mode
(You need to turn off auto-looting of stolen items in the ESO Settings->Gameplay for this to work correctly.)
It is on by default. There are two ways you can toggle it on or off:
  • Use the /tt.as command in the chat window
  • Bind a keyboard key to the "Toggle Auto-Steal" in Controls->Addon Keybinds->Thief Tools

(Note: I will not add selective stealing (leaving junk behind in the container) ever. If you don't take everything in the container, the container does not respawn new contents. This hurts you as well as your fellow thieves. Take everything and let the auto-junker sort it out.)


Auto-Junking

In addition to simply ignoring junked items, Thief Tools can now automatically put items into Junk for you.

Certain items are always auto-junked:
  • items that have been deprecated by Zenimax
  • spoiled food (which, oddly enough is not considered trash)

Certain categories or sub-categories might have special handling that cannot be overridden at this time (to prevent them from being considered fenceable or junked:
  • Rare ingredients and food additives such as flour and decorative wax will not be auto-junked even if you have set ingredients to "Junk"
  • Any item at or above a certain (configurable) level of quality cannot be auto-junked no matter what you set the category that item belongs to - the default level is currently "Legendary".

The auto-junker only works on stolen items. Your other addons can handle junking of non-stolen items. Really, it makes sense to have separate rules for stolen verses non-stolen items anyway. You would not want to junk soul gems - unless they were stolen soul gems that are only worth 30 gold - one of your limited number of fence slots should be saved for something worth a lot more than that! And laundering them for 30 gold, when you might get them from guild traders for less - or in Cyrodiil for free (Rewards for the Worthy) - that doesn't really make sense either.

Although the auto-junker generally operates properly without help, it is possible to toggle auto-junking mode off or back on again when you need to. There are two ways you can toggle it on or off:
  • Use the /tt.junk command in the chat window
  • Bind a keyboard key to the "Toggle Auto-junk, stolen" in Controls->Addon Keybinds->Thief Tools

Also, auto-junking is temporarily turned off while you are looking at your inventory - that way you can unmark junked items before destroying or selling what's left without worrying about having the item automatically re-junked while you are working there. It is automatically returned to its previous setting when the inventory window closes. You will see messages about this in your chat window each time it occurs.

(Note: I will not add auto-deletion of items from your inventory ever. It is too dangerous, and I'm not about to test it on my own characters and valuable stuff or make you test it on yours. Besides, even if I did and got it working perfectly, Zenimax can update the game and break my addon.)



Prevent Killing of Innocents Mode Management

This very simple capability provides two ways of turning on or off the Prevent Kill mode provided by the game, and an optional icon on the status bar when you are in "Kill Everyone" mode.

There are two ways you can toggle it on or off:
  • Use the /tt.tm or /tt.safe command in the chat window (they are identical commands - I wanted the /tt.tm because I was used to using the TroubleMaker addon).
  • Bind a keyboard key to the "Toggle Kill Innocents" in Controls->Addon Keybinds->Thief Tools

If you prefer to use a different addon such as TroubleMaker, Thief Tools will happily co-exist with it. Thief Tools will still detect when the Kill Innocents game setting changes either by other addons or by game settings and display the red hand icon as appropriate.



Commands in Chat
(Most of these are also available as keybinds under Controls->Addon Keybinds->Thief Tools

/thieftools - Display all of the chat commands for ThiefTools with a brief description of what they do.

Of particular interest:

/tt.counts - Display all of the counts for what you have in your pack - the recipe, motif, and furnishings counts (these are counted in these special counts even if they are otherwise ignored due to other filter settings), and the fence and launder counts.

/tt.fencetime - Fence Reset Timer. According to Elmseeker (Thieves Knapsack Extended), it appears this is a fixed time (3am UTC).

/tt.as - Toggle auto-steal mode
/tt.tm or /tt.safe - Toggle kill innocents mode
/tt.junk - Toggle auto-junk mode




Acknowledgements:
This addon owes its inspiration to Elmseeker's Thieves Knapsack Extended addon - who heavily influenced my UI choices since I really liked the UI that it provided and wanted most of it back.

As this is my very first addon, I also wish to acknowledge the ESOUI Wiki, the tutorials there, the Thieves Knapsack Extended addon, and the Roam Home addon which I read to discover how some things worked.
2.1.2
  • Stolen containers will be ignored.

2.1.1
Compatibility - Horns of the Reach
  • The sound has been turned off for the "inventory almost full" and "fence almost full" warning messages as a trial. It might return later. (Note: If you don't want to use these warning messages because you have some other addon providing them, simply set the threshold to zero in the settings.)
  • The setting of auto-junking on or off with /tt.junk is now remembered between sessions (logins and reloads).
  • Defaulting the values of new saved variables has been fixed now, so that new variables will be set to the proper default values until they are changed by the user. (In particular, the new "don't junk if quality is at least ???" in the Filter settings should now show that it defaulted to Legendary instead of being blank.)
  • The display of launders/launders left was not always working properly. Fixed.
  • The display of fences/fences left did not update when you put in the skill point to upgrade it. Should be fixed, but I don't have a character I can test it with anymore.
  • The category "Trash" is no longer an auto-junked item as it sometimes is applied to something you might want to fence.
  • Recipes were not separating into provisioning and furnishing recipe categories. Fixed.
  • The temporary auto-junking disabled and re-enabled messages in chat - they were always a temporary measure which would be removed after I had the chance to test with the new Horns of the Reach DLC. They have served their purpose and have now been removed.

2.1.0
  • Added Russian translations for the new strings. (Courtesy of ForgottenLight)
  • Fixed problem with not being able to turn on auto-stealing mode after turning it off.

2.0.2
  • Fixed lua errors reported from OnStealthChange function and OnRemoved function
  • Removed debug messages from chat (sorry).

2.0.1
  • Fixed the version number.
  • The temporarily disabling and reenabling auto-junking messages are not displayed if auto-junking has been disabled.
  • Fixed the lua errors being reported from the junkIt function.


2.0
Filtering
Note: If you are upgrading from an older version of Thief Tools, please /reloadui the first time that you run with the upgraded addon (for each character) if you notice any problems. There appears to be some kind of issue between the old saved variables and the new version of the addon that I have not been able to track down. Simply reloading the ui will fix the problem and save the new version of saved variables.)
  • Added filtering of stolen alchemy reagents and solutions.
  • Split out Recipes into Provisioning and Furnishing Recipes so that you can control them separately. (You will need to update your setting for these.)
  • Added filtering of stolen soulgems.
  • Automatically place stolen treasure maps (and other trophies) on the ignore list.
Auto-junking (New)
  • Added a setting for the "if value less than x" setting so that you can auto-junk them instead of just ignoring them.
  • Added special handling to auto-junk spoiled food (which oddly enough is not considered to be "trash" by ESO).
  • Rare ingredients and ingredient additives are now set to "Launder" even if you have the ingredients setting on something else. This allows separating out specifically the "Decorative Wax" and "Flour" ingredients that are used for furniture crafting.
  • Whenever you are in an inventory page (simply looking at your inventory or at a vendor), auto-junking will be temporarily disabled. This allows you to remove items from the junk tab by unmarking them, and then doing a sell all junk or destroy all junk (as appropriate) on the remaining junk items. When the inventory page is closed, the auto-junker will automatically go back to its set mode. The next time some inventory change occurs to cause ThiefTools to rescan your inventory, the items that you unmarked as junk will automatically be put back into junk (unless you have changed the setting that caused that item to be considered junk).
  • Added a "Junk" choice to the "Fence", "Launder", and "Ignore" choice lists. The "Junk" option will cause the item to automatically be placed in the Junk tab of your inventory. You can then examine the list and sell or destroy the contents of the junk list normally. Note, you can "Unmark as junk" an item that was placed in the list, but it will be put back at some time in the future (the next time that the backpack contents are scanned again) - so ALWAYS examine the contents of the junk list before you destroy it!!
  • Automatically place stolen deprecated items on the junk list.
  • Automatically place stolen trash items on the junk list.
  • Added a setting to allow you to specify that if an item is a certain minimum quality, it will never be auto-junked, no matter what your other settings say. Originally implement to prevent auto-junking of Legendary items, it now allows you to set also Epic and Superior quality as well. Legendary is the default (and cannot be turned off).
  • Added special checks to the Ingredients so that you can say to junk them and the Flour and Decorative Wax will not be junked (because they are "rare" and used for furnishing recipes too.)
Commands/Modes (New)
  • Added a toggle to enable/disable the "Prevent killing of innocents". When logging in (or reloadui), this is reset to whatever the ESO setting is.
  • Added a toggle to enable/disable auto-stealing/pickpocketing while you are sneaking (and undetected). Auto-looting of stolen items is only turned on when you are sneaking when this is enabled. When you are not sneaking, then you can look in containers/NPCs without stealing from them.
  • Modified auto-stealing so that if it sees that you have been detected, before the container opens then it will revert from auto-stealing to looking. (A little extra protection that does not always work fast enough. Be warned and wary.)
Miscellaneous
  • Made it possible for addon keybinds to be translated to other languages.
  • Started using my utility library for functions shared between this addon and Where's My Guild Hall.
  • Upgraded LibAddonMenu to 2.0_r24.
  • Rewritten things as I've learned more Lua.

1.1.1
  • Updated the Russian translation for the "not a thief" feature (previously from Google) thanks to ForgottenLight.

1.1.0
  • Rewrote significant portions of the settings logic. You will have to reset your characters settings. The good news is that Thief Tools now provides the option of having account-wide settings - so you don't have to change things for every character you have.
  • The "Display" settings which control size and location of the status bar are only account-wide settings. Every character will have the Thief Tools status bar displayed in the same location on the screen.
  • The "Status Bar Display", "Filters", and "Warnings" settings can each either be account-wide or specific to the character. This means you can specialize any of these for a specific character and use the shared account-wide settings for all of your other characters.
  • Provided a "This character is not a thief" setting, so that when you turn it on the Thief Tools bar will not automatically be visible for that character when you log in. (You can still make it visible with either the /tt or the key binding for those special occasions.) This setting is per-character only - it just doesn't make sense as an account-wide setting. Note: The Russian translation for this feature was done by Google since it was done at the very last minute before release. If the Russian says something completely idiotic, I totally blame Google! :-)
  • Fixed the Estimated Fence slots = 0 warning to only appear once in chat (until it stops being 0).
  • Fixed the turning off the Estimated Fence slots = 0 warning by setting the slider to zero.
  • Fixed the turning off the Free slots left warning by setting the slider to zero.
  • Added the Russian translations for the new strings thanks to ForgottenLight.

1.0.6
  • Fixed it so that when you deconstruct stolen gear, it is properly subtracted from your count of stolen goods.
  • Added a new Warning Announcements setting section to allow you to set if you want to be told when your inventory is about to be full or if you have stolen enough for today's fencing quota.
  • Added the Russian translations for the new strings thanks to ForgottenLight.


1.0.5
  • Added a setting to provide chat warning messages when you are getting closed to having a full backpack. If you set the warning value to zero, it will not put messages in chat. (Warning for Russian language users: Localization strings were added - in English - and need to be translated.)
  • The colors of the quality stolen bars are back in all their glory. (And the previous color fix is still fixed!)

1.0.4
  • Added Russian translation thanks to ForgottenLight.
  • Fixed the color problem with icons on the bar.

1.0.3
  • Added ingredients to the list of items that you can filter on.
  • Finally managed to find and fix the location of the bar problem that FWSWBN was having.

1.0.2
  • Due to a change in the way that filter options are stored (to support localization) you may need to reselect your filter options in Settings.
  • Added localization changes suggested by ForgottenLight.
  • The filtering for lockpicks was broken because lockpicks do not correspond to the ITEMTYPE_LOCKPICK that Zenimax created but does not use. Had to set it so that lockpicks now match up with ITEMTYPE_TOOL.

1.0.1
  • Added the option to have a fence reset timer on the status bar like Thief's Knapsack Extended has.
  • The icon for Launders Left now disappears from the status bar when you turn off the Launders Left option.
  • Increased icon sizes to make them easier to distinguish.
  • Remove the anchoring options since they are not working as I expected them to.

1.0
  • Works with Morrowind
  • Release by Shadowfen
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Small update: it seems the bar is only moving vertically a little bit. Not sure if it would move up since I always have it at the edge, but it definitely moves down. Yes it happens on all chars. Relogging the same char is enough to trigger it.
http://imgur.com/a/s39Ws
(you'd have to download the images and switch between them a few times to notice)

It's no big deal, but it shouldn't happen.
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Originally Posted by Octopuss
Top edge of the screen, right side. I use Wykkyd Toolbar with research timers shown, and the whole thing centered, so I put the TT's toolbar right next to that. It seems to always move slightly after relog.
I have not been able to reproduce this... Sorry.
Does it happen on all of your toons?
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Top edge of the screen, right side. I use Wykkyd Toolbar with research timers shown, and the whole thing centered, so I put the TT's toolbar right next to that. It seems to always move slightly after relog.
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Originally Posted by Octopuss
That makes sense.
It wouldn't be a problem if the Joviex's addons settings transfer addon worked correctly, but there's always something outdated somewhere

Oh, could you give me a general idea where you put the status bar on the screen so I can have the best chance of replicating your problem? Thanks.
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That makes sense.
It wouldn't be a problem if the Joviex's addons settings transfer addon worked correctly, but there's always something outdated somewhere
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Originally Posted by Octopuss
I have a bug to report. The status bar doesn't seem to remember its position.
Also, could you add an option to make all of the settings account wide?
Thanks. I'll look into it. I've had problems with the stupid anchors before...

A global "account-wide" setting does not make sense when one of the settings is "Is this character a thief". The other sections, filter, and so on either have an option to be account wide or else they are set to the only scope that makes sense - liked the afore-mentioned "am I a thief" section being toon-specific, and the Display section only being account wide.
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I have a bug to report. The status bar doesn't seem to remember its position.
Also, could you add an option to make all of the settings account wide?
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Originally Posted by babylon
Seeing as turning OFF the autojunk is not working at all, I solved the issue by going into the LUA and editing it myself so that it doesn't flood my chatbox with all that endless spam.
Good for you. Did you perform the the steps I laid out before you did so? Did you get the results I expected you would get based on my own testing?

Originally Posted by babylon
I always use the latest version of an addon btw, or I wouldn't be posting a bug report for it, obviously.
Then you should be happy with last night's update?
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Originally Posted by Shadowfen
Originally Posted by babylon
Anyway, this is what spam looks like from this addon - every time we open our bags - with the autojunking feature turned OFF -
Thank you. I am aware of the Empty String problem and am working on it as I can easily reproduce it. I just can't necessarily easily find it.


Originally Posted by babylon
And no - you didn't fix the autojunk spam like you said in this changelog for 2.01

2.0.1
  • The temporarily disabling and reenabling auto-junking messages are not displayed if auto-junking has been disabled.
Because the autojunk spam still goes into chat every time we open our bags...
According to my testing, I did.
Try the following steps:
  • Log in to ESO with one of your characters
  • Execute the /tt.junk command in chat. You should see the message that auto-junk is now turned off.
  • Now, open your inventory.
  • Look at chat to notice that you did not get the "temporarily disabling auto-junk" message.
  • Close your inventory
  • Look at chat to notice that you did not get the "reenabling previous auto-junk setting" message.
If you did manage to get those messages from following these steps, please check the Settings for Thief Tools to find out what version of the addon you are running and get back to me.

Another problem that I am also working on is that turning off auto-junk does not get saved across logins or reloads. That is a bug. It may be why you think that I didn't fix the messages displaying when auto-junk is turned off - because you didn't notice necessarily that it turned itself on again.
Seeing as turning OFF the autojunk is not working at all, I solved the issue by going into the LUA and editing it myself so that it doesn't flood my chatbox with all that endless spam.

I always use the latest version of an addon btw, or I wouldn't be posting a bug report for it, obviously.
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Originally Posted by Shadowfen

Check your setting to see that "do not junk if quality is equal or better than..." is set to a value (like Legendary).
I definitely do not have that set to anything. Is that the problem? I guess that should be easy thing to change. Most people probably keep settings at default.
The default value is "Legendary" however, there is a known bug that prevents it from being set properly. I am investigating it. Until I can fix it, simply make sure that it has a value in your character's settings.
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Originally Posted by Octopuss
Oh no, not again.
Code:
user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:228: operator < is not supported for string < number
stack traceback:
	user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:228: in function 'junkIt'
	(tail call): ?
	user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:619: in function 'incrGoodsFromSlot'
	user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:652: in function 'TT:CalcStolenGoods'
	user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:666: in function '(anonymous)'
Happend as I was looting random containers.
Check your setting to see that "do not junk if quality is equal or better than..." is set to a value (like Legendary).
I definitely do not have that set to anything. Is that the problem? I guess that should be easy thing to change. Most people probably keep settings at default.
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Originally Posted by OlegS
Originally Posted by Shadowfen
It's coming from ESO Master Recipe List.
If you figure out how to turn if off, I'd like to know too...
If you use addon MasterRecipeList 1.49b, you just need to open file MasterRecipeList.lua and find lines with text "ESOMRL_ISTOLENM".
I think it will be lines 3580 and 3582:
Code:
d('\'' .. stackCount .. 'x ' .. GetItemLinkName(itemLink) .. '\' ' .. zo_strformat("<<t:1>>",L.ESOMRL_ISTOLENM))

d('\'' .. GetItemLinkName(itemLink) .. '\' ' .. zo_strformat("<<t:1>>",L.ESOMRL_ISTOLENM))

Then just add "--" (comment tag) to the beginning of that lines.
Thank you!
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Originally Posted by Octopuss
Oh no, not again.
Code:
user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:228: operator < is not supported for string < number
stack traceback:
	user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:228: in function 'junkIt'
	(tail call): ?
	user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:619: in function 'incrGoodsFromSlot'
	user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:652: in function 'TT:CalcStolenGoods'
	user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:666: in function '(anonymous)'
Happend as I was looting random containers.
Check your setting to see that "do not junk if quality is equal or better than..." is set to a value (like Legendary).
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Originally Posted by Octopuss
Are the "xyz ignored by stolen items filter." messages coming from this addon? If yes, how do I disable it, if it's possible? It's fairly annoying.
Originally Posted by Shadowfen
It's coming from ESO Master Recipe List.
If you figure out how to turn if off, I'd like to know too...
If you use addon MasterRecipeList 1.49b, you just need to open file MasterRecipeList.lua and find lines with text "ESOMRL_ISTOLENM".
I think it will be lines 3580 and 3582:
Code:
d('\'' .. stackCount .. 'x ' .. GetItemLinkName(itemLink) .. '\' ' .. zo_strformat("<<t:1>>",L.ESOMRL_ISTOLENM))

d('\'' .. GetItemLinkName(itemLink) .. '\' ' .. zo_strformat("<<t:1>>",L.ESOMRL_ISTOLENM))

Then just add "--" (comment tag) to the beginning of that lines.
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Oh no, not again.
Code:
user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:228: operator < is not supported for string < number
stack traceback:
	user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:228: in function 'junkIt'
	(tail call): ?
	user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:619: in function 'incrGoodsFromSlot'
	user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:652: in function 'TT:CalcStolenGoods'
	user:/AddOns/ThiefTools/ThiefTools.lua:666: in function '(anonymous)'
Happend as I was looting random containers.
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