This mod provides a system to quickly know how many of a given item you have, among other things. See full details.
Mod gives you 5 slots in a movable bar. You can drag items into these slots, and the mod shows you the number of that item in your inventory, and in your bank. You can also assign values to those items to give you a quick estimation of how much value you have.
What's The Use
Ever have trouble remembering what recipes you need [Goldthorn] for? Wonder what blacksmithing plans need [Truesilver]? Wonder no more, with WhatsTheUse, you can find out easily. Just open up the appropriate tradeskill window and type /wtu [<reagentname>], where <reagentname> can be any reagent. You can type it in, or shiftclick it in from another source. The results will appear in your chat log. Other handy dandy features include:
1. Selecting a specific recipe without having to search for it; if you have the link to the recipe, just do a /wtu [<recipename>][sel] (ex. /wtu [Goldthorn][sel]).
2. Finding all the potions you currently have the mats for, and how many you can make: just type /wtu
3. Use a particular recipe you have the mats for: type /wtu [<recipename>][do]
New to the mod:
Reagent bar. This configurable bar shows up to five different reagents you have in your bags, and gives a count for each of them. Just drag the reagent from your bag into a slot (slots are invisible until you drag a reagent over one...the first slot is right under the word 'Drag').
Reagent value. You can assign a value to each of the slots
in the reagent bar, by typing /wtu [set#value][<gold>][<silver>][<copper>], where # is the number of the slot, <gold> is the gold value, etc. (ex. /wtu [set2value] sets slot2 to 20g 18s 5c). Value is by stack, so if a stack of 20 gromsblood goes for 24 gold, set the appropriate slot to 24 gold. The mod will figure out how many makes up a stack for each reagent. You can't assign a value to an empty slot.
***Warning*** For the first 3 features listed above, you have to have the appropriate tradeskill window open for it to do anything. If you do a /wtu on the first aid window, it will return only the first aid things you can make.