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mALX
post Dec 6 2016, 12:44 AM
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I may test it out. I don't want too many add-ons, but before I get rid of the Recipe List one, want to be sure there is a better option.

I was hoping Craft Store would do it all so I wouldn't need Trait Buddy. (which I don't really want to be rid of because it works perfectly).





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post Dec 6 2016, 05:34 AM
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Let me think on this a moment . . .

CraftStore lets you see who learned what trait when you mouse over style materials, style books, trait stones, armor and weapons, etc. It also tells you if a recipe is known to the current toon, but so far I haven't seen anything that tells me whether or not other toons know it as well. What I really like about it is that it tells me how many of which items each toon has, and how many is in the bank. Really helps with managing inventory - if it's already in the bank, I'm gonna throw it in there. I've also avoided buying expensive style material for Alise because I was able to see Mazul already has it.

Trait Buddy gives me an excellent overview of what each character knows, so I'll keep that one for now.


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post Dec 6 2016, 07:23 AM
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QUOTE(haute ecole rider @ Dec 5 2016, 11:34 PM) *

Let me think on this a moment . . .

CraftStore lets you see who learned what trait when you mouse over style materials, style books, trait stones, armor and weapons, etc. It also tells you if a recipe is known to the current toon, but so far I haven't seen anything that tells me whether or not other toons know it as well. What I really like about it is that it tells me how many of which items each toon has, and how many is in the bank. Really helps with managing inventory - if it's already in the bank, I'm gonna throw it in there. I've also avoided buying expensive style material for Alise because I was able to see Mazul already has it.

Trait Buddy gives me an excellent overview of what each character knows, so I'll keep that one for now.



I love Trait Buddy. It is the only reason I didn't get Craft Store when I started doing Provisioning.




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post Oct 21 2017, 12:42 AM
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Hi, stupid question mabye but how do I register on ESO forum? Says I need invitation key????
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post Oct 21 2017, 01:08 AM
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They say they send you an e-mail with invite (code) to join the official ESO forum. I never saw or noticed mine so I opened an in game ticket and asked for one and they sent me one. Just looked up the question over there and here is what they say about it: https://help.elderscrollsonline.com/app/ans...kw/join%20forum

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post Mar 28 2018, 08:09 PM
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I've been using Craft Store for a while, and mostly it's very helpful, but where they replaced the crafting UI with their own (Provisoning, Enchanting) the option to preview furnishings went away, if you don't have yet another add-on. The latter seems to let you preview when you're not at the crafting station, which is nice, but not compelling. Anyone know how to turn parts on and off, or do I have to learn Lua, and rewrite it myself?

The main reason I got it was the Trait display, but being able to check the lists of furnishings known and unknown is also something I don't want to lose now I have it. So Trait Buddy's not enough.


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post Mar 28 2018, 08:15 PM
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IIRC there's a menu option to disable the crafting UI. The gear at the top right corner lets you disable the "Use CraftStore Cook/Rune" options. I don't know anything about the furnishing stuff, though.

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post Mar 30 2018, 05:05 PM
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QUOTE(monkeyemoness @ Mar 28 2018, 03:15 PM) *

IIRC there's a menu option to disable the crafting UI. The gear at the top right corner lets you disable the "Use CraftStore Cook/Rune" options. I don't know anything about the furnishing stuff, though.

That was all I needed. Now I can toggle the UI off when I want to use the standard preview system, and all is well. I appreciate the convenience of the CS writ button for pulling up the ones you need to make, but it seems you never get a benefit without a downside.

Talking of which, I previewed the new Jester's Pavilion and decided I really need a bigger house if I'm ever going to use it. Perhaps if we finally save enough for Mathiisen Manor, it will house the crafting stations. but we don't have half the gold for that yet.


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post Aug 31 2018, 02:57 PM
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I just installed the "Port To Friend's House" add-on, and I'm still figuring out the best way to set it up and use it. Any tips?

It looks like I'll need to spend some time setting up favorites, or I'll have to keep scrolling through lists of all the potential homes in the entire game. It didn't seem to have any short list of what was actually available to visit for a player.


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post Aug 31 2018, 03:15 PM
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For the PTF, I think you need to share a visit card with a friend. That card will show you the available homes that friend owns, as I understand it. Personally, I've never used it.

What I have used is the Favorites, and I use that for those places where the owner is not a fellow guildie or a friend, so I don't have to remember their names in order to show it to friends of mine.


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post Aug 31 2018, 10:00 PM
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Oh Haute, tell Cardinal THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!!! I LOVE IT !!!!!!!

(Capital letters to emphasize how excited I am over the changes he made! AWESOME !!!!! )


I absolutely LOVE how he fixed it, and now I'm sitting and thinking up names for all my houses!



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post Feb 23 2019, 09:13 PM
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Shameless plug here

I’ve been using three AddOns by Cardinal05 quite a bit lately. I’ve been able to drop a few AddOns thanks to these three, including and especially PTF. I use Essential Housing Tools (EHT), which enable me to precisely place objects (much of the redecorating in Pariah’s is due to this), set up FX (which requires you to also have EHT installed to see), and animations. There is also Magic Carpet, which allows you to use certain furnishings to move around your home at different heights, and access areas you can’t reach otherwise (such as the top of the southern waterfall at Pariah’s, where I parked the Big Guy). My favorite of this feature is the crafting station - it builds an entire crafting station out of certain furnishings you keep in your inventory and you can float it around and drop it in your current WIP. The third one is DecoTrack, which is exactly what it says - it tracks all your furnishings in all your houses, storage, bank, and toon inventory. So if you can’t recall where you parked that Hew’s Bane bed, you use DecoTrack and it will tell you where it is.

I am continuing to use CraftStore, Trait Buddy, and Potion Maker for my daily writs. Dolgubon’s Lazy Writ Crafter is really effective at moving through five of the seven crafts very quickly.


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post Feb 24 2019, 01:48 AM
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QUOTE(haute ecole rider @ Feb 23 2019, 03:13 PM) *

Shameless plug here

I’ve been using three AddOns by Cardinal05 quite a bit lately. I’ve been able to drop a few AddOns thanks to these three, including and especially PTF. I use Essential Housing Tools (EHT), which enable me to precisely place objects (much of the redecorating in Pariah’s is due to this), set up FX (which requires you to also have EHT installed to see), and animations. There is also Magic Carpet, which allows you to use certain furnishings to move around your home at different heights, and access areas you can’t reach otherwise (such as the top of the southern waterfall at Pariah’s, where I parked the Big Guy). My favorite of this feature is the crafting station - it builds an entire crafting station out of certain furnishings you keep in your inventory and you can float it around and drop it in your current WIP. The third one is DecoTrack, which is exactly what it says - it tracks all your furnishings in all your houses, storage, bank, and toon inventory. So if you can’t recall where you parked that Hew’s Bane bed, you use DecoTrack and it will tell you where it is.

I am continuing to use CraftStore, Trait Buddy, and Potion Maker for my daily writs. Dolgubon’s Lazy Writ Crafter is really effective at moving through five of the seven crafts very quickly.


Animations in EHT? Details please!!!






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post Feb 25 2019, 05:10 PM
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With EHT you can have crafting stations move from storage to a convenient location just inside your front door (one of my guildies did that, and she loves the steps it saves her) and then back again; or you can have hidden doors/bookcases that open when you click on a candlestick (that always makes me think of Abbott and Costello). You can have lights come on when someone walks into a room, and turn off when they leave. Sky's the limit . . .

Cardinal has several threads on the ZOS forums regarding his add-on;

This is one of the most important - back up your homes.
And here is a thread with some examples of animations you can do.

He's on the forums as R_K and is one of the nicest, most helpful folks I've ever met. He helped me tremendously with my Kragenhome project.


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post Feb 25 2019, 10:20 PM
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QUOTE(haute ecole rider @ Feb 25 2019, 11:10 AM) *

With EHT you can have crafting stations move from storage to a convenient location just inside your front door (one of my guildies did that, and she loves the steps it saves her) and then back again; or you can have hidden doors/bookcases that open when you click on a candlestick (that always makes me think of Abbott and Costello). You can have lights come on when someone walks into a room, and turn off when they leave. Sky's the limit . . .

Cardinal has several threads on the ZOS forums regarding his add-on;

This is one of the most important - back up your homes.
And here is a thread with some examples of animations you can do.

He's on the forums as R_K and is one of the nicest, most helpful folks I've ever met. He helped me tremendously with my Kragenhome project.



Oh, that is Awesome!!! Thank you so much for these Links !!!!





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