No more "Mother, may I?"
Ever get annoyed by those pop-ups in the game that make you feel like it's an over-protective parent scolding you each time you try something? This add-on is for you! It removes several annoying confirmation dialogs that pop up to warn you you're about to do something, even though it's mostly inconsequential.
- Looting a bind-on-pickup item.
- Rolling on a bind-on-pickup item.
- Depositing a modified item (one that's enchanted, gemmed, or still tradable) into void storage.
- Selling an item looted in a group while it is still tradable with others who were in the group.
- Buying an item with an alternate currency cost.
- Mailing an item you purchased from a vendor while it can still be returned for a refund.
- Setting your hearthstone location at an innkeeper.
- Undercutting when selling an item on the auction house. (This is off by default - please don't undercut, it's not needed!)
- Equipping an item you can return to a vendor for a refund.
- Equipping a bind-on-equip item. (This is off by default; you can turn it on in the settings.)
In addition, it simplifies the following dialog:
- Changing the dialog that requires you to type "delete" when deleting a good item into a simple yes/no box.
You can change your settings using the standard addon options screen, or using the command line options in the game. Your settings are saved separately for each character, so you can set it up as you like.
The easiest way to configure the addon is through the standard Blizzard addon interface. If you want to use the command line instead, type
/apr to see your options.
Version 12 adds the option to hide the pop-up when you buy an item with an alternate currency, like honor or anima.
Version 11 adds the option to hide the pop-up when you try to equip an item you can return to a vendor for a refund.
So far, I've tested this add-on in a variety of situations, and it seems to work well for all scenarios I've encountered. If you encounter any errors, PLEASE open an issue on Github including the FULL error message and what you were doing when it happened. I also need to know whether you were solo, in a group, or in a raid; and what the group/raid loot settings were (e.g., master loot, NBG, etc., and what the loot threshold was).
I don't have a toon high enough to test thoroughly on WoW Classic, so if you find any errors, please report them in the comments here, or (preferably) open an issue on Github.
Future update plans
Let me know what you'd like to see in the comments section. Or for live support, visit my Discord server!
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