I am sure this has been addressed but my searches didn’t turn up an answer.
When using the .additem command to get any item that contains an apostrophe, such as .additem [Champion Herod’s Shoulder] Trinity has no earthly idea what that item is. Does the item need to be encapsulated in more than brackets if it contains an apostrophe?
After searching extensively I finally found a database that would show me item IDs.
So this is a bug and there is no workaround for the apostrophe issue other than using item IDs?
works for me ™ on wow 3.3.5a
[18:28:46] [Champion Herod’s Shoulder]
[18:28:54] You create: [Champion Herod’s Shoulder].
so you requested .additem [Champion Herod’s Shoulder] at sec 46 but you received at 54 ? (you were exposed :D)
Actually he’s right , the command doesn’t work for such item names.
TrinityCore rev. 222164a5cc11+
i pasted the item to use the add item after.
I assume you are using actual item link.
The command is supposed to work with exact item name as well, not just item link. At least from what I recall reading from the command tooltip.
So typing “.additem [Champion Herod’s Shoulder]” in plain text to the chat should work and works for items that dont have apostrophe iirc.