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Version 2.4.3Last updated 04 October 2008 by AyradyssInstallation: Unzip into the World of Warcraft/Interface/AddOns directory.************ PLEASE NOTE ******************Your data WILL NOT carry over from old versions.****************************************RecipeBook is a mod that allows you to browse tradeskill recipes with one alt and see whether your other alts know it.For example:I have character BetsyRoss, who is a tailor by nature. She knows Pattern: American Flag, but for some reason, I can never remember this when UncleScrooge goes to the auction house to buy patterns.* Previously, I would have to keep a written or mental list of BetsyRoss's known patterns so that UncleScrooge didn't buy her a second copy of Pattern: American Flag on accident.* Now, with RecipeBook, UncleScrooge can mouse over Pattern: American Flag and see 'Already known by: BetsyRoss' right there on the tooltip - or, if he chooses, in a special chat tab just for RecipeBook information.It's fun! It's helpful! It's easy to use! It's also still in development, so there are a few known issues and some miscellaneous housework to be done.RecipeBook loads defaulted to on, tooltip output, not parsing the current alt, same faction, showing known/learn/future recipes. Banked data loads defaulted to off.Usage: /recipebook or /rb or /rbook(there are some options which have been deprecated or are more easily accessed through the GUI, which have been removed from this list.)=== General: === /rb help : Displays a help message=== Sharing: === [ul] /rb send to : Sends your RecipeBook data for a given tradeskill to another player. Use 'me' as your alt to send the current character; you can also update your entire guild with 'guild' as the player.=== Banking: === /rb bank: Displays your banked items and options for banking.=== Skill Display === /rb skill : Use /rb skill to open a window with a list of known recipes by alt and tradeskill. So, just in case UncleScrooge were curious, he could type '- /rb skill', select BetsyRoss, and find out every tailoring recipe BetsyRoss knew as of the most recent update.=== Searching === /rb search : Opens the RecipeBook Search Window. (You can also bind this to a key) /rb search : Searches for items containing the given string. /rb searchmats : Searches for items using materials which match the given string.=== Configuration: === All of the configuration options can be more easily accessed through the RecipeBook GUI: use /rb config to open this, right-click on the minimap button, or bind a key to it using the 'keybindings' button in your main menu. /rb config : Opens the graphical config window.[ul] General- /rb on|off : Turns RecipeBook's data display on or off. It will continue to update alts' tradeskills when the tradeskill frames are opened, so you have the best list possible. Auction House Options (only available via /rb config)- Color Recipes based on status: This will shade the icons for recipes you see in the Auction House based on whether other alts can learn them.- Current color scheme is as follows (in order of precedence):* Normal : Current alt can learn the recipe* Green : Another alt can currently learn the recipe* Orange : Current alt is the only character who will be able to learn the recipe (requires /rb self on)* Cyan : Some alt or alts will be able to learn the recipe (may include current character)* Red : No alt/alts will be able to learn the recipe, based on current data* Dark Red : All available alts already know the recipe- Blackout Banked Recipes: This will shade the icons for recipes that you have banked black in the Auction House so that you can tell you already have a copy.Housekeeping:* Hopes for next phase: Updating your recipe list when you learn items (in progress). Better colour-coding customization.Compatibilities:The easiest way to add RecipeBook compatibility to *your* mod is to call the following in your tooltip output:RecipeBook_DoHookedFunction(tooltip, link);Where tooltip is the tooltip (or tooltip name) you're using and link is the item link itself. That will add RecipeBook's data lines.Compatibility updates will follow - please let me know what's broken.Currently working with:ArmoryArkInventoryAuctioneer and Auctioneer AdvancedSpecial thanks to:Curse Gaming's Pentarion and Ghandi, for some hard work helping me debug the German client version. Particularly to Pentarion for ongoing translation work.