Parses for direct looting and lotto winning of items and collects optional chat text preceding it. Data is displayable in a sortable/exportable table interface.
The layout split of the looted item table and chat table is resizable. The context menu options for the tables are linked to the rows currently selected. If no rows are selected, all rows are used. You can disable the EQ2 parsing plugin(ACT_English_Parser.cs) to greatly increase the speed of looted item parsing as ACT will not parse combat. Useful in conjunction with ACT's History Database tab.
Some German regex fixes.
Refactored a bit to make it less of a pain to edit. Replaced the EQ2Players item search with EQ2Wire. Combined the Container and Mob columns since SoE decided to be weird about it. Updated the regexes to accommodate and pick up the items without mobnames listed. Added a blacklist for item looting. Added auto-updating.
Added support for CoE items with adornments.
Added a French parser supplied by Khams.
Added a German parser supplied by the_mo. Added some more context menu options to the main table. Added some more item database links.
Last edited by EQAditu; 02-19-2013 at 02:18 PM.
In the future I'll be adding a searchable history database and I'll look around for more item databases to link to on the bottom.
Is there a way I can set default channel for this Aditu, through the code or whatever? Instead of having to set the channel every time? I assume due to the other post, but thought I would ask.
I *love* this, in a future version, can you consider the option of filtering out body loot? (or filtering *in" chest loot, if that's easier). The format is great, but it's annoying to go cutting out the "kunzar amulet" type loots from the real stuff.
Other than that this is superb thanks!!
I dunno if you're still interested in toying with this or not, but I'd love to see a way to ignore void shards and/or set a minimum tier loot threshold (ornate+, exquisite+, etc.) for what is captured.
Also, there is some wonkiness associated with parsing from mobs with 'of' in their name (Avatar of Anything) -- but it's pretty much a non-issue.
Below in Butcherblock Mountains (53.24_ 210.62_ -66.82), the Exquisite Chest of Avatar
A good plan violently executed now is better than a perfect plan executed next week.
>ignore void shards and/or set a minimum tier loot threshold (ornate+, exquisite+, etc.) for what is captured.
would love this. i think a "quick" solution, rather than a manual method to filter out loot via string would be sufficient... as in... a checkbox that reads "exclude void shards and loot from common treasure chests"
another "only log chest drops" would be awesome as well, considering that the queststarter drops from SOH are now chestdrops as well iirc
Interested or not, it's usually about time juggling. Thankfully I'm not doing any UI modding at the moment but I'm in the middle of one large ACT addition and a separate bugfix I need to figure out.
I want to add "anywhere" link parsing and the history database.
I really like this add-on.. but I was wondering if it would be possible to add an export to ODBC option that would upload to the ODBC database thats defined in the general options?
(and preferabbly, the ability to select which items to export, or upload only the looted items from selected encounters on the main tab)
As it is, I use ACT to upload the encounter parses from raids to my guild's website, and that in-turn is used to award DKP and such... however, right now loot has to be manually tracked and updated, and this plugin would provide an excellent automation tool if it was able to upload to an SQL database
Thanks for your time and the great tools!
Love it, any chance to add an ignore list of item names? or regex's ? really would love to get rid of the seals etc.
Edit: oh and click anywhere on the line? not just the date/time