Missing Items (discussion)
Many of the missing items are not really missing.

It is no help that EU lists uncoloured items without the (C), and coloured items with it.
Calling an item in the charts "item (c)" results in "item" missing, and calling the item "Item" causes "Item (C)" to be missing. The problem is compounded by their also being (M) and (F) versions of many (C) items.

Hence PEauction shows "Bono shades (M)" "Bono Shades (M,C)" "Bono Shades (F)" and "Bono Shades (F,C)".

There must be a better way to solve this than having two entries for Bono Shades, one for "Bono Shades" uncoloured, and one for "Bono Shades (C)" coloured.

Naws Tel Telmah (talk) - 27-05-2020 16:20:36


Im not sure what you changed exactly, but as it was it worked correctly so I will restore all changes you made. The entries in the missing item chart is because PEAuction didnt clean up their database, so you can simply ignore those.

ps, next time before you edit all kinda stuff please ask first.

Witte (talk) - 27-05-2020 16:20:36


Sorry. next time i'll open a discussion or such like first.

Naws Tel Telmah (talk) - 27-05-2020 16:20:36


Its np, I could undo it easely. It can be a bit confusing how it works. To give a bit of background info: MA recently changed all names of items that can be colored by adding a (C) to it. The PEAuction database still show both names, but in fact they are the same item. There are a couple other items too that have double names in their database.
About M and F, they are automatically recognised, so the item name in the charts should be without (M) or (F).

Cheers,

Witte (talk) - 27-05-2020 16:20:36


Pity you can't remove the "old" names, those without the (C), from the missing items list manually.
Would make it easier to see what's really missing.

Naws Tel Telmah (talk) - 27-05-2020 16:20:36


I think best thing to do is to contact PEAuction about this, and ask them to merge these items.

Witte (talk) - 27-05-2020 16:20:36

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