Inventory Categories - Aetolia Online Help

2.3.1 Inventory Categories

The INVCAT system allows you to reduce inventory clutter with ease. Adding categories for your inventory and filtering items into them will remove them from the general INV output. This allows you to maintain a clean inventory, while still being able to interact with your items.

You can use INV FULL to see your full inventory without categories affecting it. Please note that wielded and worn items will always show up regardless.

Here is a brief overview of the commands and how they work:

INVCAT LIST
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Lists all the categories you currently have for your inventory. You can have a maximum of five categories.

INVCAT NEW <id> <name>
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Creates a new inventory category. The ID is simply what you used to refer to it when interacting with it using the INVCAT commands. The name is what the category will show in your INV output.

INVCAT <id> RENAME <name>
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Renames your inventory category.

INVCAT <id> FILTER ADD <word>
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Adds a filter to an inventory category. By themselves, a category does nothing. It's the filters that do everything. Adding a filter word to a category means that any item in your inventory that you can target normally with that word will be sorted into that category. Each category can have up to 4 filters.

Special filter words:
'artifact'      Will sort any artifacts.

INVCAT <id> FILTER REMOVE <word>
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Removes a filter from an inventory category.

INVCAT SORT
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Sorts your items into categories. Items are not automatically sorted when they get added to your inventory, or when you check your inventory. You need to run this sort command first.

Should an item move from your inventory, even if it's being placed into a backpack, it will be unsorted.

INVCAT <id> SHOW
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Will show you all the filters that category has.

INVCAT <id> DELETE
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Deletes a category.


Example:
This example will create a category for your vials, removing them from general INV output.
invcat new vial My Vials
invcat vial filter add vial
invcat sort

See also: HELP INVENTORY