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Updated:03/25/20 11:04 AM
Created:03/05/20 09:49 AM
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5.3.4
ESO Farm-Buddy  Updated Today!
Version: 1.0.0
by: Keldor [More]
Supported languages: EN, DE, FR
You want to contribute to the translation? https://www.esoui.com/forums/showthread.php?t=8974

Important Prerequisites

Please install this libraries with Minion or download the libs from their project pages.




What It Does

You can track items in a special window to keep track over your farming progress. Just right click any item in your inventory or bank and select "Track with Farm-Buddy". Right click on any item in the list to set a goal count or to delete the item. There are various settings like notifications, bar colors etc.


Notes

In order to interact with the window, you have to lock the window in the ESO Farm-Buddy settings. I you want to move the window around, you have to unlock the window in the settings.


Features
  • Track item counts in your bag or crafting bag
  • Show a notfication if the goal is reached
  • Visual display with progress bars
  • If you loot more than the defined goal count, a bonus value is displayed
  • Choose between different progress bar styles

Chat commands
  • /efb track <Item Link> - Adds the given Item link to the list.
  • /efb remove <Item Link> - Removes the item link from the list.
  • /efb goal <Item Link> <Count> - Sets the goal count for an item link.
  • /efb clear - Removes all tracked items from the list.
  • /efb toggle lock - Toggles the lock state of the window between locked and unlocked.
  • /efb toggle title - Toggles the title display status of the window between shown and hidden.
  • /efb toggle progressbar - Toggles the progress bar display status for the item list.
  • /efb toggle bonus - Toggles the goal bonus display status for the item list.
  • /efb toggle notifications - Toggles the show notifications setting on or off.
  • /efb toggle includebank - Toggles the include bank to count setting.
  • /efb toggle includecraftbag - Toggles the include craft bag to count settings.
  • /efb toggle hide - Toggles the show window status.
  • /efb toggle clamptoscreen - Toggles the clamp to screen setting.
  • /efb toggle hidecombat - Toggles the hide window in combat setting.
  • /efb toggle hidedungeon - Toggles the hide window in dungeons and trials setting.
  • /efb toggle hidepvp - Toggles the hide window in PvP setting.
  • /efb toggle hidehomes - Toggles the hide in homes setting.
  • /efb toggle itemname - Toggles the show item name setting.
  • /efb toggle notificationsound - Toggles the play notification sound setting.
  • /efb notificationtest - Shows a test notification to test the notification settings.
  • /efb settings - Open the settings window.

TODO
  • Settings for font size and scaling
# 1.0.0
- Added progress bar style select
- Added setting to hide window in homes
- Added chat commands
- Fixed a bug where the window was movable when the lock state was active with no items in list
- Fixed a bug where removing and adding the same item could resulting in an empty row
- Fixed a bug where the goal window keeps open when the corresponding item was removed
- Fixed a bug where the exists check for controls not working as expected
- Using LibAddonMenu for the inventory context menu (Thanks Baertram)

# 0.6.0
- Added setting to toggle notification sound playback
- Added setting to show the window while in settings menu
- Added setting to adjust the background opacity
- Added a action button to the settings page to test the notification
- Added setting to change the goal display mode (Bonus percent or count)
- Rearranged settings menu
- Fixed a bug where the progress bar color has not changed

# 0.5.1
- Changed AddOn dependencies to a specific version of the libraries (Thanks to Baertram)
- Added missing translations for the goal window

# 0.5.0
- The first release of this addon
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0.6.0
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Keldor
03/17/20 08:22 AM
0.5.1
18kB
Keldor
03/06/20 06:38 AM
0.5.0
18kB
Keldor
03/05/20 09:49 AM


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Ah thanks for the info Baertram! I'll keep the >=30 to force the users to update their libs
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Oh, found 1 error in my post.
LAM global variable LibAddonMenu2 was added with lam version 28, not 29
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Hey Baertram,

thanks for the detailed info I'll update the txt file and the description. Thank you very much!

Originally Posted by Baertram
Hey Keldor,

thanks for the addon.
I guess this is no problem as most users updated their addons and libs already but if there is someone out there only using outdated other addon together with yours it could get buggy:

Your txt file says
Code:
## DependsOn: LibCustomMenu LibAddonMenu-2.0
But in your code you only use local LAM = LibAdonMenu2
This global variable was added with version 29 of LAM first.
So if any one uses an older version of LAM only it will fail to load the settings menu, allthough your addons depends on the lib properly (only the version was not added).

Either you need to add a hybrid call to LAM using first the global var and than a LibStub approach like this:
Lua Code:
  1. local LAM = LibAddonMenu2
  2. if not LAM and LibStub then LAM = LibStub("LibAddonMenu-2.0") end

But as LibStub is obsolete it's even easier:
Change your txt file to depend on LibAddonMenu-2.0>=29 so it only works with an updated version of the lib. Even better for new addons to make them dependend on the newest version of a lib available to force the users to update

Code:
## DependsOn: LibCustomMenu>=682 LibAddonMenu-2.0>=30
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Hey Keldor,

thanks for the addon.
I guess this is no problem as most users updated their addons and libs already but if there is someone out there only using outdated other addon together with yours it could get buggy:

Your txt file says
Code:
## DependsOn: LibCustomMenu LibAddonMenu-2.0
But in your code you only use local LAM = LibAdonMenu2
This global variable was added with version 28 of LAM first.
So if any one uses an older version of LAM only it will fail to load the settings menu, allthough your addons depends on the lib properly (only the version was not added).

Either you need to add a hybrid call to LAM using first the global var and than a LibStub approach like this:
Lua Code:
  1. local LAM = LibAddonMenu2
  2. if not LAM and LibStub then LAM = LibStub("LibAddonMenu-2.0") end

But as LibStub is obsolete it's even easier:
Change your txt file to depend on LibAddonMenu-2.0>=29 so it only works with an updated version of the lib. Even better for new addons to make them dependend on the newest version of a lib available to force the users to update

Code:
## DependsOn: LibCustomMenu>=682 LibAddonMenu-2.0>=30
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