Not sure where this goes, but I'm trying to set up some Macros. Anyone knbow how to set it up so there's a delay on them?
Like "/cast (spell)" then after 3 secs "/yell (Worddssss)"
/in 3 /y (Worddssss)
Unfortunately adding pauses to macro's is not possible.Originally Posted by Copain
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Hmm, last time i used it was in bc in a drum macro. Not sure if they changed anything since thenOriginally Posted by Copain
for text it is possibly, for abilities it is not
/in 1 This
/in 2 IS
/in 3 SPARTAA
this may not be the correct syntax but thats the general idea. It has been a while since I made one. The numbers represent second btw, not line numbers
This is correct.Originally Posted by detached
As an example to why I know this is correct, I have something like this myself :3
/in 1 /g U-
/in 2 /g ZU-
/in 3 /g MA-
/in 4 /g KI
/in 6 /g NARUTO RENDAN
You thought wrong.Originally Posted by Copain
You can only add 'pauses' for chat messages tho, not spells.
Originally Posted by LeGnome
ya if i rember right few patches back(maby even WOTLK patch) thay tolk it out...
im trap in this bullshit this routine of life. they build us all up just to tear us all down.
"its like my tongue on LSD"
yes its possible.thinking it isnt is just stupid.sadly im lookin for the same stuff atmOriginally Posted by Copain
To play those millions of minds,to watch them slowly respond to an unseen stimulus to guide theyr aspiration without theyr knowledge-all this whether in high capacities or in humble,is a big and endless game of chess of ever extraordinary excitement
Blizzard didn't remove it, because they never added it.
/in is provided by an addon
If you don't have one, get InDemand
Is it? I've been using it for Sacred Shield refresh messages on my paladin, and i don't have any addon that messes around with macro's afaik.Originally Posted by MiKE41
I do have another question though; Is there a limit to the ammount of seconds you can set? Rather; Is it possible to have your character yell some random funny stuff every x minutes/hours/days by pressing a macro when you log in?
Remember to take all things in moderation (even World of Warcraft!)
When interacting with other players a little kindness goes a long way!
dunno, but I highly doubt it
Hahaha, imagine if you were afk and then all of a sudden your toon yells out: "I like pizza!"Originally Posted by Lolsteroids
Made me smile a little. ^^
Caerdwyn | Level 91 Fire Mage <For Instance> | Nagrand-US
Well you can know for sure, and it is an "just an addon." The Ace libraries that many addons use provide lots of functionality, that's how they were designed, and many addon developers use the Ace framework to help in their addon development. It's not "ninja adding" as you assert, it is the nature of the Ace framework.Originally Posted by Copain
This may be of interest to you for learning what a framework is:
Here is the exact code, straight from the Ace library file:
C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\Grid\libs\AceEvent-2.0\AceEvent-2.0.lua, Line 968.
That parses the /in command and delays it appropriately based on the number the user sets. This is not part of the default set of functions for WoW, it is only provided by addons, and many either do this by design, or use a library which does it. That is what it is, you can know for sure, 100% now, because that is exactly what it is, and it's proven here for you. I can see three addons I have that use these Ace libraries; AtlasLoot, Grid, and PallyPower. A previous version of RatingBuster had the AceEvent library included, but I don't believe the most recent ones do, so my mistake on my earlier post. If you were to install AtlasLoot, Grid, or most any addon which uses Ace libraries, you would get the /in function along with them.Code:_G["SLASH_IN1"] = "/in" SlashCmdList["IN"] = function(msg) local seconds, command, rest = msg:match("^([^%s]+)%s+(/[^%s]+)(.*)$") seconds = tonumber(seconds) if not seconds then DEFAULT_CHAT_FRAME:AddMessage("Error, bad arguments to /in. Must be in the form of `/in 5 /say hi'") return end if IsSecureCmd(command) then DEFAULT_CHAT_FRAME:AddMessage(("Error, /in cannot call secure command: %s"):format(command)) return end self:ScheduleEvent("AceEventSlashIn-" .. math.random(1, 1000000000), editbox.Execute, seconds, editbox, command .. rest) end