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  1. Problems: 1. The sorting and management of inventory is a hassle. It doesn't keep your sorting preferences and you can't sort by a specific stat or level requirement, closest thing is IPower, which is unreliable. Once you run a map or 2, whatever cleanup you've had is ruined and your storage is now increased by hundreds more items you have to individually read, lock/unlock, then sell. Without hotkeys. 2. Auto-loot has only 1 setting, so once you hit 60+, you typically only want legendaries in your filter. The problem with that is you also want non-legendary pets and accessories. You're forced to auto-loot EVERYTHING or search each item on the ground to search for accessories. Solution: Create a tab in the inventory for "new" items. The only way items are placed here is when they are looted. You can filter what you want and move them to main inventory, then sell the rest. It's like making a bunch of scrambled eggs, you never crack another egg directly into the main bowl, it goes into a small bowl to avoid contamination, then gets poured into the main.
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