1. #4061
    I am looking for an all in 1 Intervene/Safeguard macro.

    What I have is:

    #showtooltip Intervene
    /cast [nomod,@Lexisbery] Intervene
    /cast [mod:shift,@Mocking Banner] Intervene
    /cast [mod:alt,@Demoralizing Banner] Intervene

    Considering that it is not working for mocking/demoralizing I can only assume I did something wrong or typed it wrong. I would like to keep it with the shift/alt mods. Would definitely appreciate some help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinn View Post
    In fact, I'm not sure this is even possible, but I don't see why it shouldn't:

    I basically want to save some place in my bars and macro slots by having a macro that does these 3(4) things:

    1. Devouring Plague at target
    2. (+shift) Devouring Plague @ focus
    3. (+control) Flash Heal @mouseover if friendly, Devouring plague @mouseover if enemy
    Your suggestion should work, you can save some characters by using []:
    #showtooltip
    /cast [@focus,mod:shift]Devouring Plague;[@mouseover,mod:ctrl,help]Flash Heal;[@mouseover,mod:ctrl,harm][]Devouring Plague
    No point mentioning these bats, I thought. The poor bastard will see them soon enough.

  3. #4063
    Quote Originally Posted by Tearor View Post
    Your suggestion should work, you can save some characters by using []:
    #showtooltip
    /cast [@focus,mod:shift]Devouring Plague;[@mouseover,mod:ctrl,help]Flash Heal;[@mouseover,mod:ctrl,harm][]Devouring Plague
    To take full advantage
    Code:
    /cast [@mouseover,mod:ctrl,help]Flash Heal;[@focus,mod:shift][@mouseover,mod:ctrl,harm][]Devouring Plague
    Quote Originally Posted by Sinn View Post
    would this do the trick for the 3 specs?

    #showtooltip [spec:1/2]Binding Heal;Shadow Word: Pain
    /cast [@focus,mod:shift]Shadow Word: Pain;[@mouseover,mod:ctrl,help]Binding Heal;[@mouseover,mod:ctrl,harm]Shadow Word: Pain;[spec:3]Shadow Word: Pain;[@mouseover]Binding Heal

    And this:

    #showtooltip [spec:1/2]Smite;Shadow Word: Death
    /cast [@focus,mod:shift]Shadow Word: Death;[@mouseover,mod:ctrl,harm,spec:3]Shadow Word: Death;[@target,mod:ctrl,harm,spec:1/2]Holy Fire;[spec:3]Shadow Word: Death;Smite

    Thank you for your time.
    spec is considered as your 2 specs you can have (dual spec) and is not related to any spec you can choose of (3).
    I'm a bit confused about your first spec macro, you want to cast Shadow Word: Pain on your target if you are shadow, but as heal you don't have any spell to be cast on your target? Please tell me if it is your intention or describe what you really want, thank you
    But for the second:
    Code:
    #showtooltip [spec:2]Shadow Word: Death; Smite
    /cast [@focus,mod:shift][@mouseover,mod:ctrl,harm,spec:2][spec:2]Shadow Word: Death;[mod:ctrl,harm]Holy Fire; Smite
    Change spec:2 to spec:1 if your shadow spec is your fist spec.
    What it does (I took the information from your macro, if it should do something else, feel free to describe it): If in spec 2 (shadow) cast Shadow Word: Death on mouseover enemy if mod:ctrl else on your target, else with ctrl holy fire on enemy target smite. And with shift it will cast SW on focus (in both specs)
    Why do you want to show Smite if you are not in shadow spec? wouldn't Holy Fire be better? You could leave the showtooltip unspecified and it will always show the spell that you would currently cast (#showtooltip)
    Quote Originally Posted by Falled09 View Post
    I am looking for an all in 1 Intervene/Safeguard macro.

    What I have is:

    #showtooltip Intervene
    /cast [nomod,@Lexisbery] Intervene
    /cast [mod:shift,@Mocking Banner] Intervene
    /cast [mod:alt,@Demoralizing Banner] Intervene

    Considering that it is not working for mocking/demoralizing I can only assume I did something wrong or typed it wrong. I would like to keep it with the shift/alt mods. Would definitely appreciate some help.
    For the Banners you have to target them, cast intervene and target your last target
    Code:
    #showtooltip Intervene
    /cast [nomod,@Lexisbery] Intervene
    /target [mod:Shift] Mocking Banner; [mod:Alt] Demoralizing Banner
    /cast [mod:Shift/Alt] Intervene
    /targetlasttarget [mod:Shift/Alt]
    If you don't care about Ctrl as modifier you can replace [mod:Shift/Alt] with [mod] (with only [mod] it would cast Intervene and target your last target if you hold ctrl down)
    or (same with ctrl, just replace [nomod] with [nomod:Shift/Alt] if you don't want to cast and target last target with ctrl down)
    Code:
    #showtooltip Intervene
    /cast [nomod,@Lexisbery] Intervene
    /stopmacro [nomod]
    /target [mod:Shift] Mocking Banner; [mod:Alt] Demoralizing Banner
    /cast Intervene
    /targetlasttarget
    Both macros should work, take whichever you want.
    Last edited by sshika; 2012-11-14 at 04:56 PM. Reason: corrected the first macro

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    Quote Originally Posted by sshika View Post
    To take full advantage
    Code:
    /cast [@focus,mod:shift][@mouseover,mod:ctrl,harm][]Devouring Plague;[@mouseover,mod:ctrl,help]Flash Heal
    As I read it this would never Flash Heal; should work though if you replace the [] with a [harm].
    Also, as I think about it, in this case you wouldn't even need the modifier for Flash Heal; the help conditional should work alone.
    No point mentioning these bats, I thought. The poor bastard will see them soon enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tearor View Post
    As I read it this would never Flash Heal; should work though if you replace the [] with a [harm].
    Also, as I think about it, in this case you wouldn't even need the modifier for Flash Heal; the help conditional should work alone.
    Or move the Flash Heal portion to the beginning of the macro, that'd work too.
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  6. #4066
    I want to make a script to dismiss my pet when it's dead (delete the dead body) so that I can use my Command Demon right after I use Grimoire of Sacrifice. The problem is I want to put it into a macro which uses my pets spells when they are alive and uses Command Demon when i have the Grimoire of Sacrifice buff so i can't just use /script PetDismiss().

    I tried with this but it wouldn't work: /script if UnitIsDead("pet") == "true" then PetDismiss(); end

    Anybody know a working macro?

  7. #4067
    Quote Originally Posted by Anything View Post
    I want to make a script to dismiss my pet when it's dead (delete the dead body) so that I can use my Command Demon right after I use Grimoire of Sacrifice. The problem is I want to put it into a macro which uses my pets spells when they are alive and uses Command Demon when i have the Grimoire of Sacrifice buff so i can't just use /script PetDismiss().

    I tried with this but it wouldn't work: /script if UnitIsDead("pet") == "true" then PetDismiss(); end

    Anybody know a working macro?
    This script should work.
    Code:
    /run if UnitIsDead("pet") then PetDismiss() end

  8. #4068
    Quote Originally Posted by sshika View Post
    For the Banners you have to target them, cast intervene and target your last target
    Code:
    #showtooltip Intervene
    /cast [nomod,@Lexisbery] Intervene
    /target [mod:Shift] Mocking Banner; [mod:Alt] Demoralizing Banner
    /cast [mod:Shift/Alt] Intervene
    /targetlasttarget [mod:Shift/Alt]
    If you don't care about Ctrl as modifier you can replace [mod:Shift/Alt] with [mod] (with only [mod] it would cast Intervene and target your last target if you hold ctrl down)
    or (same with ctrl, just replace [nomod] with [nomod:Shift/Alt] if you don't want to cast and target last target with ctrl down)
    Code:
    #showtooltip Intervene
    /cast [nomod,@Lexisbery] Intervene
    /stopmacro [nomod]
    /target [mod:Shift] Mocking Banner; [mod:Alt] Demoralizing Banner
    /cast Intervene
    /targetlasttarget
    Both macros should work, take whichever you want.
    I HAVE to target them? My mouseover works everytime. The only problem is I don't want to deal with a mouseover while trying to kite someone at the same time.

  9. #4069
    Quote Originally Posted by sshika View Post
    I'm a bit confused about your first spec macro, you want to cast Shadow Word: Pain on your target if you are shadow, but as heal you don't have any spell to be cast on your target? Please tell me if it is your intention or describe what you really want, thank you
    But for the second:
    Code:
    #showtooltip [spec:2]Shadow Word: Death; Smite
    /cast [@focus,mod:shift][@mouseover,mod:ctrl,harm,spec:2][spec:2]Shadow Word: Death;[mod:ctrl,harm]Holy Fire; Smite
    Change spec:2 to spec:1 if your shadow spec is your fist spec.
    What it does (I took the information from your macro, if it should do something else, feel free to describe it): If in spec 2 (shadow) cast Shadow Word: Death on mouseover enemy if mod:ctrl else on your target, else with ctrl holy fire on enemy target smite. And with shift it will cast SW on focus (in both specs)
    Why do you want to show Smite if you are not in shadow spec? wouldn't Holy Fire be better? You could leave the showtooltip unspecified and it will always show the spell that you would currently cast (#showtooltip)
    I always have the boss as target and I heal with mouseovers only so I don't need a damage spell @target in spec1.

    On the second topic, you are right, I want to have Holy Fire as icon.

    In fact, what I understand from how you save space on macros with []etc and not repeating spells is that it does the first spell associated with the first condition met and then ends the macro, right?

    Is there a way to add something at the start so that if I'm in dps spec and push the button but I don't have shadowform (would [spec:2,form=0] work? or maybe [spec:2,noform]Shadowform;?), it cast shadowform before anything else (so that I could only spam my dps ability after healing)?

    Anyway, tks a lot! Much appreciated.

  10. #4070
    Quote Originally Posted by Falled09 View Post
    I HAVE to target them? My mouseover works everytime. The only problem is I don't want to deal with a mouseover while trying to kite someone at the same time.
    Yes, you have to target them (or mouseover/focus), however notice the "targetlasttarget" at the end of the macro, you won't even notice that your target ever switched because the commands are executed faster than what your eyes will be able to pick up (unless you're some kind of superhuman or your client is bugged).

    ---------- Post added 2012-11-15 at 05:11 AM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Sinn View Post
    In fact, what I understand from how you save space on macros with []etc and not repeating spells is that it does the first spell that meet the first condition met and then end the macro, right?

    Is there a way to add something at the start so that if I'm in dps spec and push the button but I don't have shadowform (would [spec:2,form=0] work? or maybe [spec:2,noform]Shadowform?), it cast shadowform before anything else?
    This is correct. For the shadowform macros the correct syntax is [spec:2,noform] Shadowform, or [form:1] to cast a spell if in shadowform (notice the colon instead of the equals sign).

  11. #4071
    Quote Originally Posted by Falled09 View Post
    I HAVE to target them? My mouseover works everytime. The only problem is I don't want to deal with a mouseover while trying to kite someone at the same time.
    What I wanted to say: You can't /cast [@Mocking Banner] Intervene, because "@Mocking Banner" is not valid. For the macro you have to target it with /target Mocking Banner, then cast Intervene and eventually target your last target to get the same effect. As Sakpoth mentioned you don't see this because the lines from the macro are executed really fast. You can remove the /targetlasttarget and you will have the banner as your target.

  12. #4072
    Quote Originally Posted by sshika View Post
    What I wanted to say: You can't /cast [@Mocking Banner] Intervene, because "@Mocking Banner" is not valid. For the macro you have to target it with /target Mocking Banner, then cast Intervene and eventually target your last target to get the same effect. As Sakpoth mentioned you don't see this because the lines from the macro are executed really fast. You can remove the /targetlasttarget and you will have the banner as your target.
    Oh alright, I was just making sure. Just tried it out, thanks for the help.

  13. #4073
    This is what I'm currently using;
    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /cast [swimming,nomounted,mod:shift] Sea Turtle; [flyable,nomod,nomounted] Sandstone Drake; [outdoors,mod:ctrl] Traveler's Tundra Mammoth; [outdoors,nomounted] Mekgineer's Chopper
    /dismount [noflying]
    Any way to make it show icon of the mount in question rather than a question mark while mounted?

  14. #4074
    Quote Originally Posted by VuRkka View Post
    This is what I'm currently using;
    Code:
    #showtooltip
    /cast [swimming,nomounted,mod:shift] Sea Turtle; [flyable,nomod,nomounted] Sandstone Drake; [outdoors,mod:ctrl] Traveler's Tundra Mammoth; [outdoors,nomounted] Mekgineer's Chopper
    /dismount [noflying]
    Any way to make it show icon of the mount in question rather than a question mark while mounted?
    Take out the nomounted conditionals.

  15. #4075
    I'm trying to make a Demonic Circle macro that will summon with a shift modifier, and cast with no modifier.

    Code:
    #showttoltip
    /cast [mod:shift] Demonic Circle: Summon; Demonic Circle: Teleport
    This works fine for the teleport part, but not the summon.

    Shift + Click works, but shift + hotkey doesn't.

    Any idea's ?

  16. #4076
    Quote Originally Posted by Kalistez View Post
    I'm trying to make a Demonic Circle macro that will summon with a shift modifier, and cast with no modifier.

    Code:
    #showttoltip
    /cast [mod:shift] Demonic Circle: Summon; Demonic Circle: Teleport
    This works fine for the teleport part, but not the summon.

    Shift + Click works, but shift + hotkey doesn't.

    Any idea's ?
    Make sure you don't have any button keybound to Shift+Hotkey. It didn't work for me either until I looked at my hidden action bar, and there I found an unused button keybound to Shift+Hotkey. Remove it and it will work.

  17. #4077
    Quote Originally Posted by Kalistez View Post
    I'm trying to make a Demonic Circle macro that will summon with a shift modifier, and cast with no modifier.

    Code:
    #showttoltip
    /cast [mod:shift] Demonic Circle: Summon; Demonic Circle: Teleport
    This works fine for the teleport part, but not the summon.

    Shift + Click works, but shift + hotkey doesn't.

    Any idea's ?
    Shift+hotkey is probably bound to something else. Make sure you clear it. Check your default self and focus cast mods too.

    Also, shift doesn't work with numpad keys. If this is on a Naga, you have to use a different mod.

  18. #4078
    Hi All, Trying to make a macro for my monk. If it's a friendly target, it casts Detox. If enemy target, it casts Crackling Jade Lightning. If no target, it casts detox on myself.

    I've got the first two parts, just can't figure out why the last part isn't working on my monk but works on my priest. (casting on self if no target) (I have a similar macro for smite and purify on my priest.)

    /cast [target=target,harm,nodead] Smite; [target=target,exists,noharm,nodead] Purify; [target=player,noharm,nodead] Purify;

    Above works on priest. When I try the following on my monk, the last part doesn't work:

    /cast [target=target,harm,nodead] Crackling Jade Lightning; [target=target,exists,noharm,nodead] Detox; [target=player,noharm,nodead] Detox;

    Auto Selfcast is enabled. Any ideas why it works on one char and not another? or if there's a different way to make it work?
    Last edited by Purplekitti; 2012-11-20 at 06:39 PM. Reason: correction

  19. #4079
    Quote Originally Posted by Purplekitti View Post
    Hi All, Trying to make a macro for my monk. If it's a friendly target, it casts Detox. If enemy target, it casts Crackling Jade Lightning. If no target, it casts detox on myself.

    I've got the first two parts, just can't figure out why the last part isn't working on my monk but works on my priest. (casting on self if no target) (I have a similar macro for smite and purify on my priest.)

    /cast [target=target,harm,nodead] Smite; [target=target,exists,noharm,nodead] Purify; [target=player,noharm,nodead] Purify;

    Above works on priest. When I try the following on my monk, the last part doesn't work:

    /cast [target=target,harm,nodead] Crackling Jade Lightning; [target=target,exists,noharm,nodead] Detox; [target=player,noharm,nodead] Detox;

    Auto Selfcast is enabled. Any ideas why it works on one char and not another? or if there's a different way to make it work?
    I cleaned it up, should work:
    Code:
    /cast [harm,nodead] Crackling Jade Lightning; [help,nodead][target=player] Detox

  20. #4080
    Hey guys,

    I'm looking for a rather simple (in my head at least) macro, but since I know close to nothing on how to do them I was wondering if you all could help me.

    I want a Lynx Rush/ A Murder of Crows macro where depending on the talent I have the tooltip shows it and uses it. I can just go to my spellbook and swap, but I was wondering if there's anyway to do with a macro.


    Thank you.

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