Code: Updated to version 1.2.3 as of 24/05/2015 [B]Changes include:[/B] - Removal of IBotPlugin. - Reworked how the thread gets handled based on the QuestDevTools. - Added the Job value to the Output of the selected Recipe. Hey guys, I wrote a little plugin for Neverdyne's Lisbeth BotBase, since well, it's pretty amazing and it's makes everyone's crafting life so much easier. I've been talking with Neverdyne to see if we can somehow merge it into the botbase itself, but that might be something for in the future. So seeing as I had a bunch of code lying around from my XML exporter, I figured I might as well use it as a base to make Orders for Lisbeth on the fly. This is what I came up with; The plugin has tab navigation to switch between writing Orders/Settings YAML files. On top of the orders area are the 8 crafting class icons. Pressing any of these will populate the list of recipes for that class (which can be found in the dropdown below). After selecting a class, browse through the list of recipes and fill out your conditions for the order (quantity and strategy to use) and simply hit "Add to Order". Each ordered item will appear in the box on the left with a quantity indicator behind it's name. The list is pretty much endless, so add as much as you need. If somehow you added an item with a wrong quantity or strategy, just select the item in the list and hit "Remove Item". If you want to get rid of the entire list, just select "Empty". Once you have all your ordered items added to the list, hit "Save Order" and save the Orders.Yaml file in the designated folder for Lisbeth's botbase. The saved file will look just like you're used to it, like this: [HR][/HR] The settings tab will make it easier to create the initial settings for the Botbase. Simply hit the "Settings" tab and the following screen will be loaded: This should be pretty straight forward. What it doesn't do: It won't load your existing Settings.yaml file into it's memory and display the values, so if you only want to make a small change, it's best to do it quickly via the botbase settings button itself. [HR][/HR] I've added this project to a SVN, which makes it easier to keep updated. The url to the SVN is https://subversion.assembla.com/svn/lisbethhelper Hope it's as useful for you all as it's for me. Let me know if you run into any issues with it.