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Update:

  • Filters for Rarities and Categories.
  • Added volumes in the chart.
  • Fixed a few bugs.
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Another Update:

Also I want to say thank you for your appreciation, that's allways a good motivator :-)

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Crafting Calculator Update

With this update you will be able to calculate the crafting cost of each item. This way you can easily see what profit you're going to make when crafting an item and selling it. To calculate the crafting cost simply click on the "+"- icon in the upper left corner of the item page. As you expand each item the crafting costs and the profit is calculated on the fly based on whats currently expanded.

Besides from that, we renamed the website to "Crossout DB". The website is now available at http://www.crossoutdb.com/ as well as via the old domain.

Update notes:

  • Added recipe calculation
  • Changed name to "Crossout DB"
  • Changed chart zoom buttons to make them more useful
  • Updated and added new icons

Here are some new screenshots:

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Shopping List is now also Included, it is possible to change prices and the number of items for your own calculation needs.

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There is currently a bug, which doesn't multiply all numbers of all depths together. I'll fix that later.

Calculation should hopefully work correctly now.

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that falling curve on most items...especially when looking at "all time".


 

if lots of people use this i imagine prices would flatten out quite nicely. do your calculations include the workbench costs? they are not mentioned.

i made my own excel sheet with mmult functions ages ago...and decided crafting is never really worth it, especially now that all parts are indestructible. before you could just use your useless broken parts as ingredients and give them a new purpose...but not anymore.
 

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Workbench and retrieval cost are not included in the calculation, I may include them in the shopping list.

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Update

  • Added new items and recipes
  • Added IRC (click the T63LtSD.png - button)
  • Added SSL encryption
  • Added function to generate embed images like this one (click the c6E5hpA.png - button):

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32 minutes ago, bassdrop321 said:

May I ask how you pulled the data from the market?

I'll maybe explain it in the future.

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On 31.12.2016 at 5:38 AM, RedStar690 said:

weapon names are changed, can you do some update?

Thank you for the heads up, update is done.

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Small Update

  • All recipes should be up to date now
  • Changed title

 

 We are also looking for help developing and maintaining the website. If you're interested just send us a PM.

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Update

  • Added items "'Olifant'" and "'Firebug' flamethrower fragment"
  • Changed relic weapon recipes
  • Added types "Decor. Horns", "Decor. Signs" and "Decor. Lights"
  • Assigned items to their corresponding types
  • Changed names of most horns

Everything should now match the latest Crossout update (0.3.15)

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Absolutely amazing.

My two cents:

1. Including workshop cost in manufacturing price by default would help. It's not hard to add that 10 or 20 manually, but it's not something you can really avoid

2. I'd put manufacturing cost and profit (including -10% there) on main page. There's enough space to do so, and would save opening every single window to see what's profitable.

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On 22.2.2017 at 5:17 PM, Travis10123 said:

do you plan on wiping market data/graphs on OBT wipe?

No, I think a wipe of the market data is not necessary.

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On 22.2.2017 at 4:50 PM, CalenLoki said:

Absolutely amazing.

My two cents:

1. Including workshop cost in manufacturing price by default would help. It's not hard to add that 10 or 20 manually, but it's not something you can really avoid

2. I'd put manufacturing cost and profit (including -10% there) on main page. There's enough space to do so, and would save opening every single window to see what's profitable.

Thank you for your feedback. At this point we will probably not include manufacturing cost, maybe in future.

The 10% fee is included in the margin.

In general we wait for the OBT with new features.

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3 hours ago, Zicore said:

t this point we will probably not include manufacturing cost, maybe in future.

How are you gonna do that? there are 3 different price tags on manufacturing cost, depending on how many bench runs you bought

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