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    Where is the /in command gone?

    I recently wanted to make a pull timer and discovered, that the /in command didn't work anymore. Granted I last used it in macros in WotLK, but nevertheless why was it removed? And far more important: Is there a new command for countdown type macros?

    I don't want to have to install an extra addon just for that.

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    /in was never an ingame command it was built into addons (i wanna say ace2 addons) but they dont build it in anymore. u have to get the actual addon called /in now

    for pulling it should still work in dbm /pull 10 or /pull 5
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    Quote Originally Posted by dawawe View Post
    /in was never an ingame command it was built into addons (i wanna say ace2 addons) but they dont build it in anymore. u have to get the actual addon called /in now
    Thanks for the info!

    Quote Originally Posted by dawawe View Post
    for pulling it should still work in dbm /pull 10 or /pull 5
    see

    I don't want to have to install an extra addon just for that.
    I'm only interested in the command. So the /in addon will be sufficient enough.

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    SlashIn should work.
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    It was part of Ace2, but the devs didn't like it, so they didn't add it in Ace3.
    So as long as you have mimimum one Ace2 addon, you'll still have it, otherwise.......
    Quote Originally Posted by Treeston View Post
    SlashIn should work.
    ^^ This.

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