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Version: 1.0.9
by: Arkadius, Verbalinkontinenz
Arkadius' Trade Tools is a modular framework with the goal to provide traders with useful trading tools and information and to help trade guild masters managing their guilds. Each added module will extend the functionality of ATT in some way. Modules come as its own addons and can therefore simply be deactivated via the addons menu if not needed.

Currently there are the following modules:
  • Sales
    • Visual: Tabbed window
    • Functionality: Collects sales from the player's guilds and displays them as a list which can be filtered in various ways. The information gained from these sales is used in multiple ways
      • Guild rosters are extended by two additional columns, Purchases and Sales, which display the particular volume per guild member and selected time frame
      • Item tooltips are extended by the average price and a graph displaying the price development. The time frame for these calculations (1-30 days) can manually be selected.
      • Item price statistics can be inserted into chat. For non-English clients there is an option to post the statistics in English.
      • When browsing guild stores, listings also display the average price of the given item, so the player can see, if it's over- or underpriced

      Sales are stored up to 30 days, depending on per-guild user settings. Most features can be enabled or disabled in the user settings. Sales scan rate can be customized allowing sales to show up in nearly real time.

  • Purchases
    • Visual: Tabbed window
    • Functionality: Saves purchases the player makes from guild traders and displays them as a list. This module may especially be useful for resellers to remember what they payed for a particular item. Purchases can be saved up to 30 days.

  • Statistics
    • Visual: Tabbed window
    • Functionality: Allows other modules to send in statistic information which is then displayed as an assembled list. (currently only used by Sales)

Currently supported languages:
  • English
  • German

Slash commands:
  • /att
    Toggle the visiblity of the main window

Todo:
  • Lots and lots of things. Too many to list them
v1.0.9
  • [UPDATE] Added compatibility for ESO update 18 "Summerset“

v1.0.8
  • [UPDATE] Added compatibility for ESO update 17 "Dragon Bones“

v1.0.7
  • [FIX] Reverted Shissu's patch
  • [UPDATE] Removed donation button
  • [UPDATE] Added compatibility for ESO update 16 "Clockwork City“

v1.0.6
  • [FIX] Fixed an issue that caused a LUA error when using a client language other than German or English
  • [FIX] Fixed an issue where filtering for account names that contain a '-' character would return no results
  • [UPDATE] Added compatibility for ESO update 15 "Horns of the Reach“

v1.0.5
  • [FIX] Fixed an issue with missing default settings

v1.0.4
  • [FIX] Last week time selection on statistics tab is back on English clients
  • [NEW] Added a new toggle button to the top-right corner of the main window. This lets you select if the window is drawn above or below other ui elements
  • [NEW] When shopping at guild stores, ATT will now prevent the search result list to reset to the top each time you buy something
  • [NEW] Added a key binding to toggle the main window
  • Some code restructure

v1.0.3
  • [FIX] ATT won't handle non-item links anymore
  • [FIX] Fixed an issue, where you couldn't correctly post a price check on some crafted items
  • [FIX] Fixed an issue, that caused a LUA error when handling custom item links
  • [NEW] Added "Prior week" to time filters for sales/purchases/statistics modules
  • [NEW] Added an option to disable the graph in item tooltips
  • [FIX] Fixed a few typos
  • Some code restructure

v1.0.2
  • [FIX] Added missing LibStub to the package

v1.0.1
  • [FIX] Fixed an issue with English localisation

v1.0.0
  • First release
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Unread 08/09/18, 07:13 PM  
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Replace Prices

I would really prefer to use ATT instead of MM but ATT does not have the option to replace vendor prices with market prices like MM has. Is there any chance this might happen and soon?
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Unread 08/09/18, 06:19 PM  
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Remove the stupid "Hello" chat spam on load.
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Unread 08/03/18, 05:10 AM  
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Originally Posted by Verbalinkontinenz
internal means, u sold it to an internal guild member.
means:
guild 1: 11% has been sold internally to guild members, 89% via vendor to "outsiders"
guild 2 and 3: 100% have been sold to people, who bought at the guild trader, noone of the guild u are in bought it

for traders this value isnt that important, for the guild leaders it can be an value giving an idea of community backup and vendor-reachability and wether the gains were worth the costs of the trader.
Ah! This makes so much more sense. Should have thought of this. Thank you for the clarification.
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Unread 08/03/18, 03:20 AM  
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internal means, u sold it to an internal guild member.
means:
guild 1: 11% has been sold internally to guild members, 89% via vendor to "outsiders"
guild 2 and 3: 100% have been sold to people, who bought at the guild trader, noone of the guild u are in bought it

for traders this value isnt that important, for the guild leaders it can be an value giving an idea of community backup and vendor-reachability and wether the gains were worth the costs of the trader.
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Unread 08/02/18, 11:31 AM  
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Re: Re: What does 'intern' stand for?

Originally Posted by Verbalinkontinenz
Originally Posted by IsmaielDeath
So I just downloaded this and got in an argument over what the intern statistic part means? I thought it was the percentage my sales had on allover sales this week in terms of gold volume. But other members told me that the sum I sold could not possibly make up the percentage listed since they sold a lot more this week and thus adding all of it together woiuld mean the percentage would be over 100%. Neither does it seem to be the amout of items? I'm very confused. We found no explanation on what is meant nor if the amout shown could be correct.
Can you provide a screenshot please? Id say its the percentage of sales, which have been sold internal (by another guild member).
Of course:
As you can see the 1st guild shows an intern value of 11.45% - whereas the other guilds are at 0%. The thing is while The 0% make sense the 11% don't. This is the guild with the most traffic there is - so my contributions for the past week (I was away for most of it) should not be in any percentage over 1% really...
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Unread 08/02/18, 03:27 AM  
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Re: What does 'intern' stand for?

Originally Posted by IsmaielDeath
So I just downloaded this and got in an argument over what the intern statistic part means? I thought it was the percentage my sales had on allover sales this week in terms of gold volume. But other members told me that the sum I sold could not possibly make up the percentage listed since they sold a lot more this week and thus adding all of it together woiuld mean the percentage would be over 100%. Neither does it seem to be the amout of items? I'm very confused. We found no explanation on what is meant nor if the amout shown could be correct.
Can you provide a screenshot please? Id say its the percentage of sales, which have been sold internal (by another guild member).
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Unread 07/28/18, 03:52 AM  
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What does 'intern' stand for?

So I just downloaded this and got in an argument over what the intern statistic part means? I thought it was the percentage my sales had on allover sales this week in terms of gold volume. But other members told me that the sum I sold could not possibly make up the percentage listed since they sold a lot more this week and thus adding all of it together woiuld mean the percentage would be over 100%. Neither does it seem to be the amout of items? I'm very confused. We found no explanation on what is meant nor if the amout shown could be correct.
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Unread 06/27/18, 04:46 PM  
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Thank you very much for the thoughtful and informative answer. I didn't mean to imply that I thought the author(s) left it out, out of accident or laziness. I did not know the performance impact of that filter.
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Unread 06/27/18, 03:48 AM  
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Originally Posted by RavenMind
Originally Posted by Ozzfest
This addon is awesome. The only thing I miss from MM is the Deal Range filter. Thank you.
That was nearly a deal-breaker for me. I still use this for EU because I can't use MM there & on NA, but *sorely* miss the deal filter. That functionality turned out to be surprisingly important once it was no longer there.
The main goal of ATT has been beeing performance friendly, in coding and in functionality, since back in that time another addon started blocking chars from login after beeing overloaded with sales information and having to reset it over and over again, which mainly has been an issue for the powersellers and trade guild gm which were in a couple of bigger guilds which have a lot of sales, and sometimes even selling on alt accounts as well.

That's also why some functionalities have been left out, it didnt happen by accident. The deal range filter is a performance eater, as well as usually no affine trader would as example just put an average price from an addon automatically into the listing, also no affine trader would use 3 months old prices as reference for his actual prices. This is also why ATT came with a purchase list, for reseller as example, so you are better able to remember what you bought for which price. The author as well as the alpha and beta testers were all trade guild gm and officers of bigger guilds and affine traders, which had to deal performance issues and also were able to decide and overthink, which functionalities are usefull and which can be left out.

I know Arkadius is, despite the fact he quit on playing ESO, still working on this addon and on new functionalities and users whishes, so there is the chance there will come such options, but also keep in mind, that the missing deal range filter didn't happen by accident or lazyness.
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Originally Posted by Ozzfest
This addon is awesome. The only thing I miss from MM is the Deal Range filter. Thank you.
That was nearly a deal-breaker for me. I still use this for EU because I can't use MM there & on NA, but *sorely* miss the deal filter. That functionality turned out to be surprisingly important once it was no longer there.
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Unread 06/26/18, 10:38 AM  
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I haven't really looked at it closely, but is there a way to tell which sales are from the trader and which sales are from keeps held in Cyrodil? Just curious.
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Unread 06/13/18, 09:51 PM  
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Originally Posted by Kyra
ATT is just great, no lag over time unlike MM, and 2 functions that makes it better imo :
- price from other quality of the same item listed in the tool tip
- being able to adjust the duration used to calculate the average price from 1 to 30 days at will, that's very handy for jewelry recently for exemple

I'm hoping for an update soon, the add-on does work just fine as is, but people are less likely to try and use an addon listed as "out of date" in the menu, and less users means less data to work with for prices.

Thanks again for that awesome tool !
That's actually not how ATT or MM work. They scan the guilds that you are in, so they function quite well for you even if you're the only one using them. Only TTC (Tamriel Trade Center) requires many active users to make it function as it pulls from scans and search results conducted by its users. The limiting factor for both ATT and MM is how good your trade guilds are rather than how many people use the addon.

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This addon is awesome. The only thing I miss from MM is the Deal Range filter. Thank you.
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Unread 06/07/18, 10:52 PM  
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ATT is just great, no lag over time unlike MM, and 2 functions that makes it better imo :
- price from other quality of the same item listed in the tool tip
- being able to adjust the duration used to calculate the average price from 1 to 30 days at will, that's very handy for jewelry recently for exemple

I'm hoping for an update soon, the add-on does work just fine as is, but people are less likely to try and use an addon listed as "out of date" in the menu, and less users means less data to work with for prices.

Thanks again for that awesome tool !
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Also I noticed a previous comment indicating that per guild week sales totals is not included? Is that correct? As the other user mentioned, nearly all trading guilds use that as a metric, so is kind of.. essential.
per guild sales are included.
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