Raid Hub has two methods to assist you with managing DKP. Method 1: The loot window is used to track who loots what item, and a DKP value can be assigned to the item. Method 2: The loot window also has an export option to write out a summary of all items assigned DKP.

Method 1: In-Game DKP Assignment

There is a context menu in the loot window. 

Simply Click an item looted, then right click to get the context menu.

There are 3 options:

  1. Assign In-Game DKP – selecting this will bring up a dialog box where you can assign dkp and change the looter if needed
  2. Export Summary – selecting this will create a file in c:\rh-loot.txt that contains a full list of all loot that has been assigned DKP
  3. Clear Loot – selecting this will purge all history of DKP tracking and clear the loot window contents
Assign In-Game DKP Selecting this while bring up a dialog window:

Step 1

The item looted is show at the top. The Looted By combobox will display all known users (primaries and alts), and will automatically be set to whoever looted the item. You can choose a different player to assign the item to by selecting another player from the combobox, or just typing in a name in the Override Looter field. Give the item a DKP value, and hit the button NEXT. You will be moved to Step 2:

Step 2

Click the CONFIRM button to generate the macro file. This actually generates the “do_file_commands” content that your in-game social button will use. It is written to your EQ2 installations directory and is named C:\rh-dkp.txt. Here’s what the contents of the file looks like: guild points subtract 1 player1 Lifetap VI (Master) Hit NEXT, to proceed to Step 3.

Step 3

Simply make a macro in eq2 that contains: /do_file_commands rh-dkp.txt

Method 2: Summary Export

When you select the export summary button, you will end up with a text file containing a summary like this:

ITEM: Gore-Imbued Spaulders PLAYER: player1 DKP: 21 ITEM: Gore-Imbued Epaulets PLAYER: player2 DKP: 45

The text file is written to C:\rh-summary.txt, and will pop up in Notepad as soon as you select Export Summary from the context menu.