on the sales page I now typically sort by wilson score - and remove all owned titles. When sales are on I'd like to specify a range of prices (I won't pay $80 for a game).
In addition to "types", "categories" and "currency" - could I have a slider to specify the maximum and minimum price to be displayed? It would be make the list much easier to navigate sales lists of 1000+ titles (like there was last weekend).
Also, is it possible to highlight sales items that are on my wishlist?
I don't think we're able to retrieve your wishlist through any API or something so that is unlikely to happen. As for the filters, I think the more filters (if not slow and can be implemented without cluttering the page) the better, but I'd rather let xPaw reply to that as he'd have to implement such functionality.
I'm just suggesting highlighting the wishlist because I'm used to seeing that in "EnhancedSteam"
IsThereAnyDeal parses public wishlist pages, so it's not infeasible... just impractical to implement.
http://steamcommunity.com/id/jimmydorry/wishlist <--- that's mine
The additional filters on games could be done locally (grab all the deals and not render the ones outside of the filter conditions), but it would be entirely up to xPaw to implement if he felt there was value.
So yes, everything mentioned is possible to implement but not likely to get implemented.
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