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DJBite (New Admin) 8/10/2012 6:03 AM EST : RE: Add EQ2 Roster Using XML/XSL
DJBite
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Fingers of Fury!

Mottie,

first of all, again thanx for your patience and help the last time

I was wondering if it is possible to add a level next to the secondary skills. It would be usefull to see if a member is proficient enough to craft your level adornments for instance.

Please let me know if and how that's possible.

Thanx in advance,
DJBite
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Mottie (MVP) 8/14/2012 6:30 PM EST : RE: Add EQ2 Roster Using XML/XSL
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Mottie
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I'm not sure which value to use as a craft level... here is what I see in the feed:

<secondarytradeskills>
<tinkering displayname="tinkering" earnedvalue="80" effectvalue="0" maxvalue="460" totalvalue="80" value="80"/>
<adorning displayname="adorning" earnedvalue="450" effectvalue="0" maxvalue="460" totalvalue="450" value="450"/>
</secondarytradeskills>

So which value should be showing?

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DJBite (New Admin) 8/15/2012 10:33 AM EST : RE: Add EQ2 Roster Using XML/XSL
DJBite
Posts: 275
Fingers of Fury!

I have to admit I'm not sure either, but I tested some settings with my own character (as you can see below) and I think it's like this:

<secondarytradeskills>
<tinkering displayname="tinkering" value="450" totalvalue="475" maxvalue="460" effectvalue="25" earnedvalue="450"/>

- value=the reached level (I was 450 at this point)
- totalvalue = real level + extra's from items (which in this case gave me 15 above maximum! so it just adds the value without looking at the possible maximum)
- maxvalue = 460 = the maximum level which you can become uptil now (460:5 = lvl 92)
- effectvalue = extra's from items (I was wearing a neck item that gives me +25 on tinkering)
- earnedvalue = the actual level you've become while leveling (which I admit has to be the same as value, so why it is both here, I have no idea)

It must be either the "value" entry or the "earnedvalue" entry.
perhapes you can experiment with it and see what is useful?

Thanx for your trouble.


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Mottie (MVP) 8/15/2012 10:52 AM EST : RE: Add EQ2 Roster Using XML/XSL
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Mottie
Posts: 3884
Zomgawsh Poster

Hi DJBite!

Umm, I don't play EQ2, so there really isn't any way I could test this out.All I really need is to know which value to put into the secondary column  

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DJBite (New Admin) 8/16/2012 8:21 AM EST : RE: Add EQ2 Roster Using XML/XSL
DJBite
Posts: 275
Fingers of Fury!

Hehe, OK I see your point.

Please use "value" in there. If it's not working properly, I will ask you to change it, but I think it will be the right one.

Thank you for your trouble.
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Mottie (MVP) 8/17/2012 7:40 AM EST : RE: Add EQ2 Roster Using XML/XSL
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Mottie
Posts: 3884
Zomgawsh Poster

Alright, I just updated the file... look at your roster now. What do you think?

I named the Tinkering and Adorning columns with their full names, but because those columns are narrow and the title is much wider than the values and some sites don't have the roster fill the entire page, you can add the new css3 overflow ellipsis property to it, so wide tables would show "Tinkering" and narrow tables would show "Tin..."
.eq2SecondaryHeader * {
  width: 30px;
  overflow: hidden;
  text-overflow: ellipsis;
}
I'll add this info to the original post.
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DJBite (New Admin) 8/20/2012 5:30 AM EST : RE: Add EQ2 Roster Using XML/XSL
DJBite
Posts: 275
Fingers of Fury!

Great work Mottie!

It now displays the levels of both Tinkering and Adorning.

Thanx again for your work and patience

Cheers,
Bite
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