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Tuesday, May 28th 2013, 10:51pm

Repairme?

I cant seem to get repairme to work, well atleast the way I want it to work. Is it possible with this add on or any other add ons to auto repair a piece of gear if it gets to low of dura? Like if my staff drops below 80 dura it will auto use a simple repair hammer and hammer it? Thanks.

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Thursday, July 4th 2013, 4:49pm

If your topic is still current, in the EU Forum the Repairme-Developer has
announced an update (actually changed beta version 0.7 from 3rd June to release)

Link to EU-Forum: Click me

Link to CurseForge: Click me

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Thursday, July 4th 2013, 5:48pm

That won't change anything about the OP's problem.

The reason why you have to use this slash command instead of getting your equip automatically repaired is simple: Gameplay relevant stuff has to be initiated by a player's keystroke or mouse click. To implement time delays in addons, developers do NOT have any wait-like function you would have in a macro. Because of that developers basically use something, just that I do not want to go too deep into details, called "OnUpdate" which is triggerd every new frame drawn on your screen to get the elapsed time and basically create timers with that. But once you are using OnUpdate you will loose the keystroke or mouse click context and thus are not able to execute some stuff. As far as I know using items like potions and repair hammers is, just like casting spells, blocked from being used in a OnUpdate.

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Thursday, July 4th 2013, 8:25pm

Ohhh, sorry. I apparently didn't read that properly.