Philter, the inventory cleanup script

Thanks Mandy, this helped! I found my data file location and deleted it, so that all items became uncategorised again. Then I chose "Keep all uncategorised items". This let me still be able to see new uncategorised items as I acquire new things. Am running the script now - going letter by letter to properly categorise things, then running it as and when, it's amazing to see my inventory finally clean itself up! Appreciate your help, you don't know how long I've been wanting to use this script!
It should be at ~/Library/Application Support/KoLmafia
You might not be able to see Library, but you can get to it from the 'Go' menu in the Finder if you hold down Option, or you can use shift-command-G to use the 'Go to Folder…' command to get there.

Edit: I've put a copy of my data file at https://controlc.com/7491ad33 with everything changed to KEEP. You're welcome to use it, with the proviso that I *believe* I've changed everything to keep, but I'd suggest running it in simulate mode just to make sure. Also, part of the fun for me was running the script and seeing what new items I'd picked up from various places; having everything already listed means that won't happen.
 

philmasterplus

Active member
Can you add back the searh when you do edits??

Philter Manager has learned how to filter items by name:

philter-manager-item-filter.png

This is available in the r800 update. Enter svn update in the gCLI to get it right now.

Philter Manager doesn't support a "full item DB search" yet. For now, you'll have to use Philter Manager classic for this.
 

Irrat

New member
Was setting up my rules and I noticed a few things.

1. It'd be cool if the top menu (Count, Price, Name, etc) were clickable to sort the rows. This was especially because I wanted to find the expensive stuff to sell myself, instead of sellbot it.

2. When switching tabs, I lost progress. Which I believe is because it effectively switched html pages. A warning box could possibly be implemented?

3. Displaying the item type can also be handy if you don't know all the items by heart. Food/Spleen/Pants/Drink/Combat Item/etc. Wasn't a common problem, but would be cool for filtering items.

That said, those are all minor things and the only thing I actually suggest is the 2nd suggestion. The other two are only time saving when initially setting up.

Love the script, especially the rework Phil!
 

philmasterplus

Active member
1. It'd be cool if the top menu (Count, Price, Name, etc) were clickable to sort the rows. This was especially because I wanted to find the expensive stuff to sell myself, instead of sellbot it.
Gausie submitted a PR for this a while ago, but I didn't have time to look into this. Since the demand is >1 I'll try to prioritize this over the others.

2. When switching tabs, I lost progress. Which I believe is because it effectively switched html pages. A warning box could possibly be implemented?
I assume you're referring to switching between top-level tabs (Add ItemsEdit Rules)? The app currently remembers edit state when you switch between subtabs (e.g. PulverizeUse). Added to the todo list.

3. Displaying the item type can also be handy if you don't know all the items by heart. Food/Spleen/Pants/Drink/Combat Item/etc. Wasn't a common problem, but would be cool for filtering items.
Good idea. I made a list of potential keywords in the tracking issue. I'm open to more keyword suggestions as long as they're short (4-8 characters).
 
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