Dragon Age III: Inquisition Discussion
I'm having the same problem. Fortunately, since figuring out that the gold selling now works on valuables, this hasn't been that big a deal.
any hope to get a trainer option to modify the "approval" of your companions in game?
its important to not just use the options willy nilly or leave them on when not being used. also the options describe how they should be used to avoid problems
Edit: nevermind, seems to be only the unlimited focus and unlimited party power options.
[Edited by Lizml86, 12/15/2014 4:40:33 PM]
Edit II: Apparently the issue is fixed by launching the trainer first, activating it, and then launching the editor. That allowed me to use both correctly.
[Edited by Lizml86, 12/16/2014 2:01:18 PM]
Why, yes, I'm aware that I shouldn't use the options willy nilly or leave them on when not being used.
However, it remains that when I go to sell one of the generated stacks of 99, I only get the credit for selling one, but I still have to pay for all 99 on the buy back.
It's not a big deal since it's easy enough to get gold. I was just mentioning that it occurred.
When I do buyback, it's only valuables.
I check the Craft items, and they have not changed, I go to craft, and some items do not let me complete the craft.
So, I am assuming that this is not working properly.
The rest do perfectly.
Sell the items individually (then move the slider to sell all 99 items), don't use the sell all function.
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