1. #5061
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    Alright!

    Back for another macro-question. I hope you know how to help me.

    This is the macro im trying to get to work right now.

    #showtooltip
    /cast [nomodifier,@friend] Intervene; [modifier:shift,@X] Intervene; [modifier:ctrl,@X] Intervene; [modifier:alt] Azure Water Strider

    I want nomodifier to target nearest friendly target if i dont have a friendly target and then if possible target the last enemy again.
    If i have a friendly target i want it to intervene that target.

    I want modifier shift to target my friend X which it currently does. Same goes for modifier ctrl.
    Modifier alt also works for the mount.

    Is this possible?

    Thanks in advance!
    Epic!

  2. #5062
    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /targetfriendplayer [nomod]
    /use [nomod] Intervene
    /targetlasttarget [nomod]
    /use [mod:shift,@x] Intervene
    /use [mod:ctrl,@x] Intervene
    /use [mod:alt] Azure Water Strider
    haven't tested but should work.

  3. #5063
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    Quote Originally Posted by Otzsx View Post
    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /targetfriendplayer [nomod]
    /use [nomod] Intervene
    /targetlasttarget [nomod]
    /use [mod:shift,@x] Intervene
    /use [mod:ctrl,@x] Intervene
    /use [mod:alt] Azure Water Strider
    haven't tested but should work.
    I love you!

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  4. #5064
    I'm guessing this is a no-go as the WoW Forums lead me to believe, but without seeing any official responses I thought I'd ask in here: Is there a macro command that would let me bypass target reticles on spells like Healing Spheres or Demonic Gateway.

  5. #5065
    Quote Originally Posted by Treeskee View Post
    I'm guessing this is a no-go as the WoW Forums lead me to believe, but without seeing any official responses I thought I'd ask in here: Is there a macro command that would let me bypass target reticles on spells like Healing Spheres or Demonic Gateway.
    The WoW-forums would be correct on that one, this mechanic cannot be circumvented within the boundaries of the ToS.

  6. #5066
    Quote Originally Posted by Khadjid View Post
    The WoW-forums would be correct on that one, this mechanic cannot be circumvented within the boundaries of the ToS.
    The ToS essentially allows you to use 3rd party software that triggers one output for any given input. So in theory you could very well use 3rd party software to make the first click of the keybind cast the spell and a 2nd click of the same key click your mouse (instead of sending the command to cast the spell a 2nd time) and that would be within ToS.

    That is the best you could do though, and not only would it take some setup with the right software, it's also probably not what you're looking for.

    PS: I should add that I'm pretty confident that this is the case, I'm not 100% sure so take this information at your own risk.
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  7. #5067
    Would someone be nice enough to tell me what's wrong with this macro? the modifiers doesn't seem to work. Much love to whom can get this to work for me! <3

    #showtooltip
    /cast [nomod,@mouseover,harm,nodead] [] Curse of Enfeeblement
    /cast [mod:alt,@mouseover,harm,nodead] [] Curse of the Elements
    /cast [mod:shift,@mouseover,harm,nodead] [] Curse of Exhaustion
    /cast [nomod]Curse of Enfeeblement
    /cast [mod:alt,@mouseover,harm,nodead] [] Curse of the Elements
    /cast [mod:shift,@mouseover,harm,nodead] [] Curse of Exhaustion
    seems to work, why does it get borked on the first row when I use a @mouseover there ? :/
    Last edited by miscreant; 2014-03-01 at 03:02 PM.

  8. #5068
    Quote Originally Posted by miscreant View Post
    Would someone be nice enough to tell me what's wrong with this macro? the modifiers doesn't seem to work. Much love to whom can get this to work for me! <3
    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /use [nomod,@mouseover] Curse of Enfeeblement
    /use [mod:shift,@mouseover] Curse of Exhaustion
    /use [mod:alt,@mouseover] Curse of the Elements
    works fine for me.
    make sure you're affli when testing it, you don't have exhaustion as other specs.

    also, sometimes it happens when you use such a macro for example:
    on keybind 4, have bound "shift-4" or "alt-4" etc. in the keybinds(not bars), which will prevent the macro from working.
    Last edited by otszx; 2014-03-01 at 03:04 PM.

  9. #5069
    Quote Originally Posted by Otzsx View Post
    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /use [nomod,@mouseover] Curse of Enfeeblement
    /use [mod:shift,@mouseover] Curse of Exhaustion
    /use [mod:alt,@mouseover] Curse of the Elements
    works fine for me.
    make sure you're affli when testing it, you don't have exhaustion as other specs.

    also, sometimes it happens when you use such a macro for example:
    on keybind 4, have bound "shift-4" or "alt-4" etc. in the keybinds(not bars), which will prevent the macro from working.
    Yeah, that works. But that macro doesnt do what I want! :\
    It won't use the curses on my current target if I don't have a mouseover target.
    And that's what I need it to do. Or, want it to at least.

  10. #5070
    Quote Originally Posted by miscreant View Post
    Yeah, that works. But that macro doesnt do what I want! :\
    It won't use the curses on my current target if I don't have a mouseover target.
    And that's what I need it to do. Or, want it to at least.
    I disabled that when testing macro myself, aswell as mouseover, forgot to add it back

    will update post in a bit

    edit: I've tried fitting all your macro conditions in there but its just not enough space. this code will function, but without exhaustion.
    I can't find a solution for one macro right now. if you bind nomod:x, shift:x, alt:x I can make it work (you can hide those bars afterwards)

    or maybe someone else has an idea.
    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /use [nomod,@mouseover,harm]Curse of Enfeeblement;[nomod,harm] Curse of Enfeeblement
    /use [mod:alt,@mouseover,harm]Curse of the Elements;[mod:alt,harm] Curse of the Elements
    Last edited by otszx; 2014-03-01 at 03:41 PM.

  11. #5071
    Try this one, I think it should work the way you're wanting it to:


    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /use [mod:alt, @mouseover, harm] [mod:alt, harm] Curse of the Elements
    /use [mod:shift, @mouseover, harm] [mod:shift, harm]  Curse of Exhaustion
    /use [nomod, @mouseover, harm] [nomod, harm] Curse of Enfeeblement

  12. #5072
    Quote Originally Posted by Rarch View Post
    Try this one, I think it should work the way you're wanting it to:


    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /use [mod:alt, @mouseover, harm] [mod:alt, harm] Curse of the Elements
    /use [mod:shift, @mouseover, harm] [mod:shift, harm]  Curse of Exhaustion
    /use [nomod, @mouseover, harm] [nomod, harm] Curse of Enfeeblement
    YES! It did! Thank you so much! <3

  13. #5073
    Is there way to make macro that will show me all my available LW recipies of items with ilvl higher than 522?

  14. #5074
    Quote Originally Posted by Achaos View Post
    Is there way to make macro that will show me all my available LW recipies of items with ilvl higher than 522?
    Shouldn't the "Show crafts that give skill points" filter work for that ilvl?

  15. #5075
    Quote Originally Posted by Juvencus View Post
    Shouldn't the "Show crafts that give skill points" filter work for that ilvl?
    There is many items that have skill ups and they are like 458 or 476... But i only want 522 and 553...

  16. #5076
    Quote Originally Posted by Achaos View Post
    There is many items that have skill ups and they are like 458 or 476... But i only want 522 and 553...
    AFAIK, there's no way to do it with a macro but I believe this add-on would have the feature you want:

    http://www.curse.com/addons/wow/skillet

    From it's feature list:

    -Sorting of recipes (name, difficulty, level, and quality of crafted item)

  17. #5077
    Probably asked before, but it there a macro that will make me eat the mage food, and if I don't have mage food on me, eat the vendor-sold food I have in my bag all with one key-bind?

    Thanks a lot!

  18. #5078
    Quote Originally Posted by Hegemonia View Post
    Probably asked before, but it there a macro that will make me eat the mage food, and if I don't have mage food on me, eat the vendor-sold food I have in my bag all with one key-bind?

    Thanks a lot!
    #showtooltip
    /use Conjured Mana Pudding
    /use Conjured Mana Buns
    /use [food name here]

    There's really no way to automate it to detect any food that you have on you with just a macro. If that's what you're after, I recommend Tekkub's Buffet addon; It gives you macros for HP and mana items that use any consumables you have on you with conditions for whether you're in combat or not.

  19. #5079
    Quote Originally Posted by Haystone View Post
    #showtooltip
    /use Conjured Mana Pudding
    /use Conjured Mana Buns
    /use [food name here]
    Thanks mate, this is exactly what I wanted. I knew I couldn't get a macro that uses any food but Im always buying the same food anyways.

  20. #5080
    I currently use a macro for Rejuvenation which is:

    /cast [@mouseover,help,exists][@target,help,exists][]Rejuvenation

    I would like to add a modifier so that the the macro can cast Swiftmend to do same thing.

    Thanks for the help!

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