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labeling Avenir packs 
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Apprentice

Joined: 12 Nov 2017 19:56
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Apparently the labeling protocol for Avenir packs has changed. Now you cannot refer to a pack with a single word, apparently? All names must include an underscore followed by the category of pack it is (e.g., wackyname_scrip)? How irritating! How inconvenient!


26 Jan 2018 03:18
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Expert

Joined: 06 Jul 2011 22:24
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No.Mine works.
Probably bug. Maybe will go away with Armageddon with others.
Other one: you can not cross bridge north from sign in Edoras as you are getting exhausted immediately.


26 Jan 2018 03:34
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Joined: 04 Mar 2010 01:14
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Yes, this is happening unfortunately.
More details can be provided after armageddon.


26 Jan 2018 19:12
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Adventurer

Joined: 20 May 2017 15:25
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one way to get around this (at least that's what I do) is to do it in 2 steps.
1) name your scrip/knapsack/pouch as something_scrip
2) create a nickname in genesis to address that, so <nick scrip1 something_scrip>

that way you can do <get item from scrip1> instead of the longer name with underscore


In fact, if Avenir packs are getting an update, perhaps adding table view would be an option? It is extremely handy with the likes of soft backpacks from green oaks, makes me wonder why all packs can't have that.


26 Jan 2018 20:37
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Joined: 18 Jul 2017 19:31
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Zugzug wrote:
one way to get around this (at least that's what I do) is to do it in 2 steps.
1) name your scrip/knapsack/pouch as something_scrip
2) create a nickname in genesis to address that, so <nick scrip1 something_scrip>

that way you can do <get item from scrip1> instead of the longer name with underscore


In fact, if Avenir packs are getting an update, perhaps adding table view would be an option? It is extremely handy with the likes of soft backpacks from green oaks, makes me wonder why all packs can't have that.


yes please! I love table view!


26 Jan 2018 21:26
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Joined: 06 Jul 2011 22:24
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Unfortunately after armageddon my packs changed names too.
It is very inconvenient as now many of my aliases stopped working.


28 Jan 2018 02:43
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Joined: 12 Nov 2017 19:56
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Syrk wrote:
Unfortunately after armageddon my packs changed names too.
It is very inconvenient as now many of my aliases stopped working.


Yeah I keep discovering new ones that I forgot. Big pain to convert everything but ZZ's suggestion helps in actual game life.


28 Jan 2018 04:28
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Raelle wrote:
Zugzug wrote:
one way to get around this (at least that's what I do) is to do it in 2 steps.
1) name your scrip/knapsack/pouch as something_scrip
2) create a nickname in genesis to address that, so <nick scrip1 something_scrip>

that way you can do <get item from scrip1> instead of the longer name with underscore


In fact, if Avenir packs are getting an update, perhaps adding table view would be an option? It is extremely handy with the likes of soft backpacks from green oaks, makes me wonder why all packs can't have that.


yes please! I love table view!


Earthsea backpacks and most other containers have table view. I'll look into adding labeling to all of our containers. Seems like that's an often requested feature.


28 Jan 2018 20:53
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Ckrik wrote:
Earthsea backpacks and most other containers have table view. I'll look into adding labeling to all of our containers. Seems like that's an often requested feature.


That would be phenomenotastic!


28 Jan 2018 23:14
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