Thread: Macro question

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    Macro question

    So i have a weird question, is there a way i could write a macro that shield slams but at -20% turns to execute?

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    Nope, it's not possible with the current language. They'd have to incorporate something that constantly alerts the macro of the target's health.

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    sad, it would be amazing if you could :[

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talbot983 View Post
    sad, it would be amazing if you could :[
    No, it would be really, really bad. Execute burns more rage than shield slam generates, so you'd run out and your macro would still try to execute. You'd need to shield slam to get that back, so you'd end up needing to put shield slam on a separate button anyway. Seems rather pointless.

    Quote Originally Posted by audist View Post
    Nope, it's not possible with the current language. They'd have to incorporate something that constantly alerts the macro of the target's health.
    It really has nothing to do with the language at all. Blizzard doesn't want you to macro abilities like that, because it takes too much thought out of the game.

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    Just use a separate hotkey, it's not hard unless you click which you shouldn't be doing, lol. Or if you want, use a modifier like alt, shift or ctrl with the same key you have shield slam bound to...for example you can press 3 for shield slam and alt 3 for execute.
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