for example. (Can also use [group:party] or [group:raid] to check if you are in a party or raid group)Code:/cast [group] Power Word: Fortitude;Shadow Protection
Slightly more on topic, you should probably edit the macro you made earlier then, since right now it isn't working. ;>
Err, yeah. I'm stupid.
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I need a macro to Intervene my target, then put me in battle stance
Yo! I'm a DK.
I want a macro that won't make me afk and make me spam Blood Boil, constantly, I wanna farm a mob while being away, stand next to it at it's respawn location and just leave it there spamming blood boils while I sleep. Thanks!
Ok, I have a macro, but I'm not sure it is possible.
What I want it to do is the following: cast kick if the target is in range. If the target is not in range I want it to shadowstep then kick. Furthermore I want it to do so to my focus target by holding control.
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I need a macro to Intervene my target, then put me in battle stanceRequires you to click it twice though.If at all possible, make it mouseover?! =d
Works as a mouseover on grouped targets, when activating it when mouseovering anything that isn't grouped with you it'll do nothing.Code:#showtooltip /castsequence [@mouseover,group] Intervene(Defensive Stance),Battle Stance
This probably works as well and only requires 1 click, but I haven't tried it myself, so might not work
Code:#showtooltip /cast [@mouseover,group] Intervene(Defensive Stance) /cast [nostance:1]Battle Stance
Last edited by madorable; 2012-06-24 at 09:00 AM.
Well... Okay I guess. Do know, it was only for a certain rep. grind, nothing else :S
Not sure if this is possible!
I want a macro that takes Smite. And will cast it on the focus's target if possible. If not, target's target. If not, the mouseover's target. And if not, my current target. I can parallel that to Holy Fire on my own. (Yeah, just started working an Atonement Disc Priest
Code:#showtooltip /cast [@focustarget,harm][@targettarget,harm][@mouseovertarget,harm] Smite
No point mentioning these bats, I thought. The poor bastard will see them soon enough.
Is it possible to have a macro for mousewheel up=cleanse, mousewheel down=hand of freedom, and mousewheel click=trinket? Or do I just need to bind them on separate locations?
I use a macro like this for smite healing on my priest, should work fine.Code:/use [@mouseovertarget]lightning bolt
I need to insert 3 differently named mobs into one macro. There is First Mob, Second Mob, Third Mob. They all spawn close one to another and I'm camping them for rep grinding purposes. To make things easy as possible, I would like to one-click kill them with a macro.
I have been experimenting with different targeting commands but so far I have only been succesfull with only one target per macro :\.
and so on with 3rd target..Code:/target first mob /cast devouring plague /cleartarget /target second mob /cast devouring plague /cleartarget
The macro in fact does target First Mob, casts DP on it, and then moves on and targets Second Mob and stops. I do realize that casting DP starts global cooldown, but even after it's finished, the macro won't resume: it keeps targetting the Second Mob but won't cast DP on it - it keeps saying 'invalid target' for some reason (I've checked combat log).
How do I insert all differently named targets into one-click spammable macro? I cannot use /targetenemy because I'm on pvp server and this way the macro targets randomly passing by enemy players.
Last edited by solshine2510; 2012-07-06 at 11:27 AM.
You can separate them so you do all your targetting with one button and DP with another. However targetting will attempt to target all the mobs listed and can only target one at a time. So...unless one of your named targets is dead, it should end up always with same one.
In short, what you want can't be done and they've made it this way on purpose so that you have to be involved when you play and not just mash one button.
My advice is get a good nameplate mod like tidyplates, show debuffs on it, make a mouseover macro for DP and then just mouse over nameplates and press the DP key, mouse over the next mob plate, press DP and so on. That's about the quickest way to dot a group up.
Last edited by Sedivy; 2012-07-06 at 12:54 PM.