Thread: Havoc bug

  1. #1

    Havoc bug

    Hey, just been testing after I noticed my shadowburns weren't being copied - could people give this a go and let me know results?
    So far I have had a few warlock friends duplicate my results, but some have said it is working for them too..A quick google found a couple other comments about similar issues, but no real feedback.

    Create a macro

    /cast [@mouseover] incinerate

    target a dummy, cast havoc, then without changing your target, use the mouseover macro to cast at a different dummy.

    For me, havoc stays at three stacks. No damage is duplicated.


    This is kind of evil, because /cast [@mouseover,harm,nodead] Shadowburn was my favourite macro right up till now

  2. #2
    I think I also read something about havoc bugging with some kind of mouseover makros. just switch targets and it works fine. Never encountered any problems that way

  3. #3
    Just tested
    It seems havoc isn't triggering if you current target is the target with havoc on it.
    But never fear I found a fix.

    /cleartarget
    /cast [@mouseover] Incinerate
    /targetlasttarget

    This will work just like your old macro. Give it a try,

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by kcsaenz View Post
    Just tested
    It seems havoc isn't triggering if you current target is the target with havoc on it.
    But never fear I found a fix.

    /cleartarget
    /cast [@mouseover] Incinerate
    /targetlasttarget

    This will work just like your old macro. Give it a try,
    Is there any way to have 1 button for shadowburn, where it'll cast on mouseover if you're doing that, but cast on your main target if there is no mouseover?

    /cleartarget
    /cast [@mouseover] Shadowburn
    /targetlasttarget
    /cast shadowburn

    Would that work?

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by Rocksteadee View Post
    Is there any way to have 1 button for shadowburn, where it'll cast on mouseover if you're doing that, but cast on your main target if there is no mouseover?
    I think this will work, but I'm not at home to test right now:

    #showtooltip
    /cleartarget [@mouseover,harm,nodead]
    /cast [@mouseover,harm,nodead] [@target] Shadowburn
    /targetlasttarget [@mouseover,harm,nodead]

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by Kaeth View Post
    /cast [@mouseover,harm,nodead] [@target] Shadowburn
    That syntax is correct

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