More Convenience Features
et ready for the second feature teaser, where we will unveil a range of improvements aimed at making your daily adventures in Tibia more convenient and enjoyable.
Have you been too busy fighting to notice the piles of gold sitting right next to you? Lost track of how many bodies are stacked up on the battleground? Let our Loot Highlight feature be your guide to glory and riches. This new feature visually highlights every unlooted corpse. For the first 10 seconds, only authorised looters can see it. If at least one corpse in a stack is unlooted, the stack/field will remain highlighted. The Loot Highlight will persist until one of the following three conditions is fulfilled: There was an interaction with the corpse via quickloot, the container of the corpse has been opened, or the corpse underwent decomposition, leading to an uncontainerised state. The Loot Highlight is optional and can be disabled by going to Options and selecting Interface → Gamewindow.
The Bosstiary Tracker is another addition that operates in a similar manner to the established Bestiary Tracker. This widget streamlines the process of monitoring your progress with preselected bosses, specifically those that have been defeated at least once. Handpick your favourite bosses from the Cyclopedia and unleash your righteous fury upon them.
Finally, we have added a new feature that helps to organise items obtained from NPC traders or the stash, by simply assigning specific items to preselected containers. You can access this feature in the Options menu under Misc and Gameplay, where you will find two new options named Auto-Sort Purchases and Auto-Sort Stash into Containers. These options are enabled by default. As part of this change, the Manage Loot Containers option will also be renamed to Manage Containers.
We hope that these convenience features will be welcomed additions!
Upcoming next week: Stay tuned for the final treasure!