No, this isn't a post about wood, this is a post about drop logs!
With todays update comes a much requested feature: Logs. These aren't just Drop Logs, but you can also log your entire bank with it! Logs are a great way to keep track of your drops, character value, or anything between. They are only available to users.
To create a log, simply head over to the User Control Panel to the "My Logs" tab. From there you can input everything you want to to create a log.
There are four types of logs:
- Bank Tab
- Kill Log
- Trip Log
- Cumulative Tab (creates a Bank Tab that includes data from multiple logs)
To add a drop, simply click the green pencil button in the top right above the nav bar. You can do this from any page, although doing it from a log will automatically select that log if it is your log, which can make things like Kill Logging a bit easier.
For a bank tab, you'll only be asked for the item and number of items. Keep in mind that this is TOTAL items. Typing in "###" will set the amount of that item to that number. If you want to add or subtract from the current amount, type in "+###" or "-###" respectively.
For Kill/Trip Logs, adding to the log is a little more complicated. There are two text boxes on the left side, one for the item, one for the amount. This only supports the "###" format, as it only counts for the current kill/trip. Once you have this data in the boxes, click the add to list button, and you'll see the item added to the list on the right side. If you select an item on the right, you can edit the item by changing the value in the text boxes and clicking add to list again. If you want to remove it. Simply click remove from list. When finished, simply click "Add to log".
Either one of these would work for logging Clue Scrolls.
A Cumulative Tab allows you to select one or more logs of the other types and create a Bank Tab log that automatically includes all drops in the other tabs. An example of a use for this is if you have a Kill tab for all the different GWD bosses. You could create a Cumulative Tab including all of these and it would automatically update as you added to those tabs.
To view all the logs that have been created, simply hover over the "Tools" item in the navbar, and click Logs to go to the log page.
I am always open to suggestions, criticism, etc... If you have anything you'd like to see added, changed, or removed, let me know in the comments below!
As we recently passed 750k(!!!) searches, we have a huge milestone coming up in the near future... ONE MILLION searches!
I'll be announcing some events and giveaways as we get closer :)
Countdown to 1,000,000 searches
The Max/Completionist Cape Calculator is a RuneScape tool that will help you figure out just how far (or close) you are from maxing your skills. It does this by using your stats in the hiscores. This means, unfortunately, that those not in the hiscores will not be able to be calculated.
Due to a lack of developer tools from RuneScape, it's not possible to track other Completionist requirements. You can do so yourself, however, by creating a profile. Creating a profile is not required to use the Calculator, but it does give you access to some cool features, including: keeping track of your Regular and Trimmed Completionist Cape requirements, setting checkpoints in your skills (displays experience gained since that date on your Calculator page), and just having a cool profile page to share!
You can set a default name on your calculator page by hitting the button to the left of the search bar. This will make it so you can skip past this page in the future and get straight to your calculator.
Thank you for all your support and feedback. I couldn't have gotten this far without you!
In todays update, I'm proud to announce that a much-request feature is finally available. You can now compare yourself directly with any other player! On the calculator page, you'll notice a new search box above your skills. Simple input another players name into this box and press the "Compare" button to have your stats compared to another player.
There are two modes of comparison: Percentage of 99 complete, and Percentage of the combined total of experience in each skill. Percentage of 99 complete is the standard view on the calc page, whereas the combined total is a sliding bar across the middle that will show you who's ahead in what.
I would love to expand on this page, and if you guys have an suggestions, fixes, or changes that you'd like to see, let me know in the comments below!
- The Orange
- Fixed width usage on Profiles and Designer
- Fixed Gauge colors on Compare and Profiles
- Fixed Times Searched count on Profile and UCP
- Added search bars to the Compare page
- Added "Regular" and "Trimmed" headers to Profile columns
- Changed last search time on Search Profiles into relative time to avoid confusion and to normalize with the rest of the pages.
With the end of World Event 2, the current background (Armadyl and Bandos) has become a little bit outdated. The original idea for the background was to have it related to current events in-game. However, after the few months it's been up, I've come to like it so much that I feel like the site needs a new background.
I'd like to keep the same format as the current one (two images in the lower corners), but I'm not quite sure what to put up. The images don't have to be necessarily directly related, but I do need to be able to get a screenshot with the Orb of Oculus.
If you have any ideas of things you'd like to see as a background, please let me know in a comment. Thanks!