Automating Your Scroll of Enchantment Empire
Since JM2C readers are among the most wealthy, and most intelligent people in the game, I'm not going to insult anyones intelligence by giving you a 1-2-3 guide. I'm going to go ahead and assume that all you of guys are already employing these addons, and are already familiar with the industrial crafting method (as opposed to farming) of making gold in the AH. In the event that I go a little too fast and skip over some technical aspects of this procedure, there is a wealth of information in the JM2C Addon forums, that covers the basics of each addon.
Things you absolutely need before you begin:
Things that may make this process easier / more cost effective:
Important facts to keep in mind:
Above: A fraction of the time...
Above: ...For double the profit!
The Automated Posting Process
This is the hardest part of the procedure. And by hard, I mean time consuming data entry, that requires very accurate research. Otherwise, you're setting yourself up to possibly lose a lot of gold, instead of making a lot. When the profits come flying in later on, you'll be glad you were careful and diligent.
We're going to be using Quick Auctions 3 for this phase, and I'll be using Enchant Boots: Icewalker as a demonstration, using prices accurate to my server at the time of this writing, and the procedure I use. So go ahead and do a /qa config, and let's get to work.
Now repeat this process dozens of times to include all the scrolls that will fetch a tidy profit on your server. The general idea, is that each scroll requires different quantities, of different materials to make, so you want to manually set your prices for each scroll when their being listed.
Above: This is how your QA window should look after you've got everything set up.
The Automated Recrafting Process
This part isn't hard, exactly, just a bit of a pain, as it requires a lot of alt+tabbing in and out of wow (if you don't play in windowed mode). To pull this off, you're going to make some very special macros. Start by making a new macro, call it something like Scroll1, and paste this into it:
/ktq queue n XXXXX
/ktq is the command to tell KevTook Queue that it has work to do, 'n' represents the number of items you want it to craft, and XXXXX represents the item id of the item you want to make. To get the item id of the scrolls, head over to wowhead.com and do a search for "scroll of enchant". Hit the "search within these results..." box, and enter in Icewalker. "Scroll of Enchant Boots - Icewalker" should be the only result you get. Click on that link. The URL you have in your browsers address bar contains the item id of the item in the address http://www.wowhead.com/item=38986 the 38986 is the item id that you need to finish your macro. So to keep a constant level of 5 Scrolls of Icewalker, the finished first line of your macro should look like this:
/ktq queue 5 38986
If you some how got 60623 as your item id for Icewalker, you were looking at the actual enchanting spell "Enchant Boots - Icewalker" not the "Scroll of Enchant - Icewalker" items page. The difference is that one will work, and one won't.
Now, repeat THIS process dozens of times too, to include all the enchant scrolls that you plan on needing to recraft on the fly.
Above: Your macro should look something like this by the time you're done. You can fit 13 lines per macro.
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