Today’s update to Redprints is a minor maintenance release which fixes a small bug introduced with WoW Patch 6.1.
The [Salvage Yard, Level 1] blueprint was added to the blueprints vendors in this patch but Redprints did not have this blueprint in its database. The blueprint was only obtainable as a reward from the [Flame On] quest in Spires of Arak, but was added to vendors in case the player sold the blueprint by accident.
Version 1.1.2 of Redprints fixes this issue, so the blueprint is coloured in correctly with every other blueprint on sale.
The new version can be downloaded from Curse and will be available on WoWinterface soon. If you have any questions or feedback then please do not hesitate to get in touch.
It’s been little over a month since Warlords of Draenor went live and I am loving my Garrison. I really enjoyed living on upgrading and maintaining Sunsong Ranch in Pandaria and the Garrisons are a welcome addition to the game. In fact, I currently have three characters above Level 90 who are all faffing about inside running their Garrisons and keeping up with buildings, missions and working orders.
The only thing that bothers me is the blueprints vendor. I find it a bit confusing searching for that one blueprint I recently unlocked amongst all the others on sale. To help alleviate this, I created Redprints.
When browsing through the blueprints available at the blueprints vendor, Redprints will highlight all of the blueprints you already know in red. Any blueprints you have not yet learned will keep their default colour, making them easier to find.
This addon was largely inspired by a feature in ProfessionsVault that coloured tradeskill recipes green if your character can learn them.
Redprints is available for download from Curse and WoWinterface. If you have any questions or feedback then please do not hesitate to get in touch.