1. #3961
    Quote Originally Posted by eosgreen View Post
    looking for a macro that cycles through enemy frames and if at all possible resets after 1 or 2 seconds
    Erm. You mean like tab?

  2. #3962
    Wondering if it's possible to macro my first attack as Revealing Strike and then permanently cast Sinister Strike until I switch targets. I thought this might have worked but it doesn't.

    #showtooltip
    /startattack
    /castsequence reset=target Revealing Strike, !Sinister Strike

    Is there a way to cast an infinite amount of sinister strikes after the revealing strike?

  3. #3963
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pipebomb View Post
    Wondering if it's possible to macro my first attack as Revealing Strike and then permanently cast Sinister Strike until I switch targets. I thought this might have worked but it doesn't.

    #showtooltip
    /startattack
    /castsequence reset=target Revealing Strike, !Sinister Strike

    Is there a way to cast an infinite amount of sinister strikes after the revealing strike?
    None that I'm aware of.
    Easy solution: modifier for Revealing Strike:

    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /startattack
    /cast [mod] Revealing Strike; Sinister Strike
    No point mentioning these bats, I thought. The poor bastard will see them soon enough.

  4. #3964
    Is it possible to create a macro that uses Demoralizing Banner and Intervens to it?

    I'm trying something along the lines of:

    #showtooltip Demoralizing Banner
    /cast [target="Demoralizing Banner"] Intervene
    /cast Demoralizing Banner

    But it doesn't work. I've switched orders in the macro, tried without "", etc. Also banners are off the GCD.
    Cairne wanted to thank him again, to offer encouragement, praise for a task so successfully completed. For being able to bear such burdens. But Saurfang was an orc, not a blood elf, and lavish compliments and effusion would not be welcomed or wanted.

  5. #3965
    Code:
    #showtooltip Demoralizing Banner
    /cleartarget
    /tar Demoralizing Banner
    /use [exists] Intervene; Demoralizing Banner
    /targetlasttarget

  6. #3966
    Quote Originally Posted by Sakpoth View Post
    Code:
    #showtooltip Demoralizing Banner
    /cleartarget
    /tar Demoralizing Banner
    /use [exists] Intervene; Demoralizing Banner
    /targetlasttarget
    Works like a charm, thank you very much.
    Cairne wanted to thank him again, to offer encouragement, praise for a task so successfully completed. For being able to bear such burdens. But Saurfang was an orc, not a blood elf, and lavish compliments and effusion would not be welcomed or wanted.

  7. #3967
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pipebomb View Post
    Wondering if it's possible to macro my first attack as Revealing Strike and then permanently cast Sinister Strike until I switch targets. I thought this might have worked but it doesn't.

    #showtooltip
    /startattack
    /castsequence reset=target Revealing Strike, !Sinister Strike

    Is there a way to cast an infinite amount of sinister strikes after the revealing strike?
    !SpellName only works on toggleable abilities and actions. Examples would be, for example, !Burning Rush, !Shadowmeld, or !Bear Form.

    As for "infinite sinister strikes", I would recommend Tearor's macro.

  8. #3968
    So I've been running with standard macros that look like these so far for my paladin lvl90 talent row.

    #showtooltip Execution Sentence
    /use 10
    /cast Execution Sentence

    Just replace ES with Light's Hammer or Holy Prism I suppose. What I'd like to do is combine all 3 spells into one macro, and have the tooltip update to show the spell I currently have specced into and then fire the spell itself. It's important my gloves are activated before the cast, due to lining up Synapse Springs with ES and such. So what I'm asking basically is:
    Can I make a single macro dynamically switch tooltip between Execution Sentence, Light's Hammer and Holy Prism depending which one I have specced, while using my gloves tinker first and then firing the specced spell?

  9. #3969
    Quote Originally Posted by horolet View Post
    So I've been running with standard macros that look like these so far for my paladin lvl90 talent row.

    #showtooltip Execution Sentence
    /use 10
    /cast Execution Sentence

    Just replace ES with Light's Hammer or Holy Prism I suppose. What I'd like to do is combine all 3 spells into one macro, and have the tooltip update to show the spell I currently have specced into and then fire the spell itself. It's important my gloves are activated before the cast, due to lining up Synapse Springs with ES and such. So what I'm asking basically is:
    Can I make a single macro dynamically switch tooltip between Execution Sentence, Light's Hammer and Holy Prism depending which one I have specced, while using my gloves tinker first and then firing the specced spell?
    A macro alone can't do this. An addon solution was discussed a few pages back. I don't believe one exists currently, but the API is supposedly there.

  10. #3970
    hello there, i'm looking for a quite simple macro, basicly i want it to when i press it cast provoke on my black ox statue ^^
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  11. #3971
    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /cleartarget
    /tar Black Ox Statue
    /cast Provoke
    /targetlasttarget
    A macro can't target your statue specifically. If there is more than one out, it may target one that isn't yours.

  12. #3972
    I had a simple macro for Hellfire. However, now that I have Immolation Aura, it's not working so well. Original macro:

    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /cancelaura [channeling] Hellfire
    /stopmacro [channeling]
    /cast Hellfire
    /script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()
    I added:

    Code:
    /cancelaura [channeling] Immolation Aura
    ... in right after the /cancelaura for Hellfire, thinking it'd work. But it's not. It uses Immolation Aura fine in demon form, but hitting it again won't turn off Immolation Aura. Any fix? What am I doing wrong?

  13. #3973
    Looking for a macro that will link my starsurge and starfire into one button the problem im having is i want to prioritize starsurge and it has a cooldown and starfire doesn't

  14. #3974
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    I'm looking for a way to make a mouseover macro for Holy Prism, when I mouse over an enemy does it's thing, but when I mouseover a friendly uses on said friendly's target, but only if their target is an enemy. That was a tad hard to explain, but hopefully that covers what I'm after.

  15. #3975
    Quote Originally Posted by Katza View Post
    I had a simple macro for Hellfire. However, now that I have Immolation Aura, it's not working so well. Original macro:

    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /cancelaura [channeling] Hellfire
    /stopmacro [channeling]
    /cast Hellfire
    /script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()
    I added:

    Code:
    /cancelaura [channeling] Immolation Aura
    ... in right after the /cancelaura for Hellfire, thinking it'd work. But it's not. It uses Immolation Aura fine in demon form, but hitting it again won't turn off Immolation Aura. Any fix? What am I doing wrong?
    When you cancel Hellfire, doesn't that cancel your channeling?
    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /cancelaura [channeling] Immolation Aura
    /cancelaura [channeling] Hellfire
    /stopmacro [channeling]
    /cast !Immolation Aura
    /cast Hellfire
    /script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()


    ---------- Post added 2012-10-27 at 08:18 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Beastest View Post
    Looking for a macro that will link my starsurge and starfire into one button the problem im having is i want to prioritize starsurge and it has a cooldown and starfire doesn't
    The only real way to do this is with a mod:

    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /cast [mod] Starsurge; Starfire


    ---------- Post added 2012-10-27 at 08:23 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Evián View Post
    I'm looking for a way to make a mouseover macro for Holy Prism, when I mouse over an enemy does it's thing, but when I mouseover a friendly uses on said friendly's target, but only if their target is an enemy. That was a tad hard to explain, but hopefully that covers what I'm after.
    The mouseover part is really easy:

    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /cast [@mouseover] Holy Prism
    However, I don't think it can check your mouseover's target's and then cast on your mouseover. Some scripting might be able to accomplish that, but not a simple macro as far as I know.

    Seems like a strange condition either way...
    Last edited by Squirl; 2012-10-28 at 02:24 AM.

  16. #3976
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    The condition is there because the mechanic of holy prism damages a single targeted harm target and then spreads to aoe heal friends, but if a friendly is targeted it single target heals then aoe damages. I'm basically looking to stop the targeting of friendly target, so to always be aoe healing while keeping it as a mouse over and not needing to move my mouse off my raid frames.

  17. #3977
    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /cleartarget
    /target [@mouseover]
    /cast [harm] [@targettarget,harm] Holy Prism
    /targetlasttarget
    Let me know if it doesn't work as expected. Took a bit of mulling before I realized I could just target the mouseover. :P
    Last edited by Squirl; 2012-10-28 at 05:26 AM.

  18. #3978
    Or making it simpler
    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /use [@mouseover,harm][@mouseovertarget,harm] Holy Prism

  19. #3979
    Quote Originally Posted by Sakpoth View Post
    Or making it simpler
    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /use [@mouseover,harm][@mouseovertarget,harm] Holy Prism
    Ah, didn't realize mouseovertarget was a conditional.

  20. #3980
    "<unitID>target" is always a valid unitID. You can chain this any number of times (for example, you could do [@targettargettargettargettargettargettargettargettargettarget]). The sole exception are group member name pseudo-uIDs, for which you use "<name>-target".
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