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    Hi!  Thanks for mentioning that it's for Spanish.  I'm hoping to get that fixed really soon, but I need a little bit more information.  Can you send me a screenshot of the tooltip for your weapon, just so I can be sure I make the right changes to the Spanish translation?

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    Hi!  How are you creating / importing your scales?  Select your custom scale in the UI, go to the Values tab, choose Mail under "Armor types," and then check "Only show upgrades for my best armor type after level 50"—my guess is that it's not checked for whatever reason.  Did you uncheck that option intentionally?

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    Hi!  I'm still waiting on Wowhead to update.  This weekend, if they still haven't, I'll start investigating partnering with a different source for stat weight information.  :(

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    Hi!  And hi!  Currently, no, but it's something I'm going to look into, especially since in 7.1, WoW will do something similar, and if Pawn doesn't, I think it'll be really confusing.  Thanks for the suggestion!

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    Hi!  Are you seeing this problem with anything other than trinkets?  Pawn doesn't show upgrade information for trinkets, because too many trinkets have non-stat effects and Pawn can't fairly put a value on them, so I choose to show nothing rather than inaccurate information.  But if you're seeing this for other slots, let me know.  Thanks for the details and screenshots!

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    Hmmm, okay.  Can you run this command, then log out, then log back in?

     

    /console scriptErrors 1

     

    Hopefully that should allow you to see the error that's occurring when logging in—I think WoW hides them by default now.  I'll need to see what error pops up for you before I can suggest anything else, unfortunately.  (You can do it again with 0 in place of 1 to turn it off later.)

     

    If you still don't see anything after running that command, you might need to install !BugGrabber and BugSack to see them.  Those addons catch and record errors that occur during the game.  You'd want both, not just one.  (I actually use a different one, !Swatter, but I hear those two are the popular ones.)

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    Hi!  No, sorry, there isn't.  When you reach your desired cap, you'll need to adjust the scale's value manually.  That will of course completely change which of your items appear to be "good" and which ones are "bad" though, so you'll need to find a way to take that into account when comparing items.

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    Right; Wowhead still has Draenor numbers on their site unfortunately.  (You can still see Multistrike in their stat weights, for example.)  :(  Icy-Veins doesn't have stat weights (just priorities) for most (all?) specs, so they're not an ideal partner for Pawn.  But if Wowhead doesn't make any progress in the next week or so I will definitely need to find someone else to work with.  Ask Mr. Robot would be my top option, but since they have a competing addon, I am not expecting them to be terribly interested.

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    Glad you got it working!  :)

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    Pawn hasn't had manual settings for sockets in many years.  If this is really critical to you, you can edit the Gems.lua file that comes with Pawn—scroll down to the bottom, and you should see a hopefully-easy-to-read chunk of code that lists the different item level thresholds at which Pawn suggests different tiers of gems.  In the current version it starts suggesting level 110 rare gems on gear ilvl >= 850.  You could reduce that to, for example, 840, if you have an infinite supply of gold, and can justify spending an incredible amount of money on gear you're going to throw away in the next week.  :)

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