Changes in 2.3.2
- Added Legendary buffs
- Updated Epics to new values
- Added Aura of the World
- Added Critical Damage Rating on armor to Iron/GraniteCalculator
- Added Damage Rating on clothing to Iron/Granite Calculator
- Added ability to save a Profile for the Iron/Granite Calculator
- Added an option to automatically fill out the Covenant Planner by pasting covenant armor ID information into the Planner
- Bug Fix: Charmed Smith checked state was not saving to the database
- Moved the location of the database from My Documents to AppData
- Added the Salvage Modifiers to the database
- Added the ability for future updates to be installed without uninstalling the previous version and downloading the new installer (hopefully)
- Minor Menu and appearance tweaks
Asheron’s Call 2 MultiClient is a program that makes it easy to log into more than one Asheron’s Call 2 account at a time.
- Quickly and simply logs a user into the account they choose
- Makes it easy to log into more than one client at a time
Changes in 2.3.1
- Now when entering a text box, all current text will be selected
- Added option to turn off Automatically Check For Updates
- Added option to Check For Update manually
- Fixed issue with Covenant Planner Results showing above 2.0
I fixed the issue with the Covenant Planner where the Results would show the Protects going over 2.0 and I also made some other small changes.
Changes in 2.3
- Added a Covenant Planner to help tinker Covenant armor
- Added the ability to save Tinkering Profiles for those people who have more than one tinkerer
- Added a column to the results of the Iron/Granite Calculator to show variance
- Minor Tweaks to the UI
- Added a separate selection for Blood Drinker VIII in the Iron/Granite Calculator based on whether it’s cast or found in loot
- Consolidated some of the help menus
- Cleaned up some of the code
- Bug Fix: PopUp button for Iron/Granite Calculator wasn’t working
Probably long overdue, but I finally added a Covenant Planner to my Tinkering Calculator. I also finally added the ability to save multiple profiles for those people who have more than one tinkerer. Most of the other changes were relatively minor.
As always, if you have any problems, comments, questions or suggestions, feel free to let me know.
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