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wykkydsOutfitter costume conversion

Canasta
Canasta
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Hi
I have been faithfully using this add on for many years even after the updates stopped for it, it was unofficially updated outside of esoui last year to keep it working.
But now the skill set saving part seems to be broken, it looks like something changed in the API to cause this, so I think I will finally have to move on.

I can read the saved skills data quite clearly, so I can port that over to another add on, but the item data is just the unique item ID's, is there a quick way to import this into another add on like alphagear? It looks like this -

["sets"] =
{
["Black & White"] =
{
[16] = "21143538008",
[1] = "4637695855040662599",
[2] = "21190287515",
[3] = "13830554455654793216",
[4] = "4637695855040662616",
[5] = "13830554455654793216",
[6] = "13830554455654793216",
[8] = "21229733970",
[9] = "21119394790",
[10] = "13830554455654793216",
[11] = "27506903026",
[12] = "4725192765586026449",
[0] = "4637695855040662630",
[21] = "13830554455654793216",
[20] = "4637695855040662615",
},
["Adventure1"] =
{
[16] = "4637695855040682821",
[1] = "4639244499988513779",
[2] = "4637695855040682817",
[3] = "4637695855040682820",
[4] = "4629774569547359784",
[5] = "13830554455654793216",
[6] = "4729272778358971033",
[8] = "4637695855040690115",
[9] = "4637695855040682818",
[10] = "13830554455654793216",
[11] = "4764929777238975738",
[12] = "4764929777238970184",
[0] = "4621677370783345785",
[21] = "13830554455654793216",
[20] = "4637724098745745654",


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