View Full Version : EQ2 Markets updated. IE users can now search for prices across all servers.

11-02-2005, 03:32 AM
<div></div><div></div><p>Greetings Norrathians!</p><p><!-- [if !supportEmptyParas] --> <!-- [endif] --></p><p>We have made numerous updates and fixes have been made to the site.</p><p><!-- [if !supportEmptyParas] --> <!-- [endif] --></p><p>YOU CAN NOW SEARCH BY ALL SERVERS.</p><p><!-- [if !supportEmptyParas] --> <!-- [endif] --></p><span><span> </span>There was an issue with the way the site was coded that caused those using Internet Explorer not to be able to select the “ALL SERVERS” option thus only allowing searches limited to a single server. This has been fixed.Read more here at <a href="http://eq2markets.com" target="_blank">EQ2Markets.com</a></span><div></div><p>Message Edited by *Deltar* on <span class=date_text>11-01-2005</span> <span class=time_text>02:39 PM</span>

11-02-2005, 07:16 PM
<P>Greetings to the Members of the Norrathian Tradeskilling Community!!!</P> <P> </P> <P>I can confirm that this service does work correctly now and is a marvelous tool for the Tradeskilling Community.  There have been so many posts from people (especially those who are new to Tradeskilling) about how to know what to price your items for when there are no like items currently listed for sale.  This awesome tool gives you ballpark info on what types of prices people are willing to pay.  The site is nicely laid out, easy to navigate and the directions are very easy to follow.</P> <P> </P> <P>Having said that, there is one way that the Tradeskilling community can show support for this site.  The information on the pricing will only remain current and valued if the members of the Tradeskilling Community help to keep it that way.  This site does not receive any feed from Everquest II itself.  It has to rely on members of the Tradeskilling Community for current information.  This is achieved by uploading your store logs to the website for integration into the database.  The site has very detailed and easy to follow instructions with regards to this process.  I have done it several times and it is very easy and quick.  It does not allow the site to access your computer, you are simply uploading a file for inclusion in their Database, so you are not compromising your computer privacy in any way.  There is also provision made that if you wish to report a single instance price, such as a player to player sale, or a vendor buyback price, you can also provide information that way.</P> <P> </P> <P>I encourage those of you who are active in the Tradeskilling Community to take the time to check the site out, and ask that you please upload sales logs wherever possible to help keep the Database growing.  The more effort that we put into this, the better result we will have to work with.</P> <P> </P> <P> </P>

11-03-2005, 12:10 AM
And I swear I am not paying Alfreya anything <img src="/smilies/3b63d1616c5dfcf29f8a7a031aaa7cad.gif" border="0" alt="SMILEY" />. They have been all over these boards promoting my site and I appreciate it. <div></div>