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Dave
Dave
Posts: 215

4/18/2012
Edit: New feature: wardrobes! Manage multiple outfits, and equip them from any tab!

I wanted to add wardrobe features to this script, but it was taking a long time because of the state of the code. So I did what any self-respecting programmer would do and re-wrote it from scratch. This made adding new features much easier - check out the new wardrobe functions!

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Due to an unfortunate illness, I've been unable to complete any real work - but this is to your advantage delicious friend, as I had a bit of time to dabble in user scripts (long on my to-do list.) Specifically, I've written one to display a few monetary statistics in Fallen London. More specifically, the script makes the following changes to your Fallen London display:

On the "Myself" tab:
  • Adds the value of a sellable good to its tooltip (the value of the entire stack that is.)
  • Adds the total value of all items of a category (e.g. "Curiosity" or "Academic")
  • Adds the total value of all your equipment
  • Creates a comma-separated-value output of the entire character
  • New Manages custom and automatic wardrobes
  • New generates complete outfits to maximize stats, and allows you to equip them from any tab


On the Bazaar tab:
  • Adds the total worth of all your sellable goods
  • Adds the worth of each type of good (e.g. if you have 10 London Street Signs it will show $25.00)


Notes and caveats:
  • The script gets its data from the Bazaar; you will have to visit it before it can display values on the "Myself" page. This also means that if you get a new item you haven't seen before, you will have to visit the Bazaar again to get its value.
  • Currently it only works on the "my stuff" tab on the Bazaar, and only if you visit the bazaar from some other tab.Fixed.
  • It doesn't update when you sell something; only when you enter the bazaar
  • It works for me in both Chrome and Firefox (with greasemonkey).
  • I haven't actually been a paid programmer in more than a decade; use at your own risk.
  • New The script can't equip "nothing" in a slot - if you leave it blank when creating an outfit, then that slot will be left alone when you change outfits. Be careful with those silly hats.

Get it here, and be well.
edited by TheDaveEBZ on 4/18/2012
edited by TheDaveEBZ on 4/19/2012
edited by TheDaveEBZ on 4/19/2012
edited by TheDaveEBZ on 5/4/2012

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Dave
Dave
Posts: 215

4/18/2012
I would like to add that, frankly, I don't think a person's (or even a rubbery one's) worth is determined monetarily. I'm not even sure how I feel about being reminded of the value of things in-game like this; it detracts somewhat from the feel. But I wrote it, and figured I ought to share it in case others find it useful.

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Abraham Bounty
Abraham Bounty
Posts: 251

4/18/2012
While I quite agree that a man's worth; be they mineral, fleshy, or fishy; is not measured monetarily, your ability to purchase an Overgoat most certainly is.

I do not intend to use this script, as I am already using a somewhat more cro-magnon approach to determining my value relative to that of an Overgoat. However, I must complement you on having the most readable code I have seen in ten years. You are also not trying to steal my credit card numbers or email address, which is always a pleasant surprise.

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Diptych
Diptych
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Posts: 3883

7/4/2013
I understand why FBG made the ruling they did, but this was a really good script. I'd be pretty spiffy if some of its features could be integrated in FL.

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