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    Paladin Seal macro

    I was wondering if there is a way to get this to work.
    /cast [nostance] Seal of Truth; Judgement

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    Are the new seals considered stances? If so, what you you have should work. If they're not considered stances, then no. You can't check for buffs with a macro.

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    It should work, but they changed the spelling for Judgment.

    Code:
    /cast [nostance]Seal of Truth;Judgment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judge40 View Post
    It should work, but they changed the spelling for Judgment.

    Code:
    /cast [nostance]Seal of Truth;Judgment
    It's not because I wrote Judgement, even when I use judgment instead it has the same result. THe seals are using the stance bar but are not considered a stance which is a shame.

    I was hoping that someone had an alternative to [nostance].

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    Just use a modifier.
    Code:
    /cast [mod] Seal of Truth; Judgement
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taryble View Post
    Just use a modifier.
    Code:
    /cast [mod] Seal of Truth; Judgement
    good job missing the whole point of what I was trying to accomplish with this macro.

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    As long as Seals are registered as buffs there is no way for a macro to intelligently cast a Seal of its own accord when you lack one. A macro using a mod is the nearest thing you get to a one button macro for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilfer View Post
    good job missing the whole point of what I was trying to accomplish with this macro.
    Seals are not stances, they are buffs. Macros cannot check for buffs. Ergo, you have to utilize an alternate method.

    Good job missing that my version's currently the only way to even get close to what you want. When somebody's being honestly helpful, being snide is no way to thank them.
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