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Trivulator

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Post your macros here
« on: November 28, 2003, 11:39:31 AM »
For people who wanna do some fast surveying:

Be sure to put this one under the F1 button.

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/sample;
/pause 280;
/sit;
/pause 600;
/kneel;
/ui action toolbarSlot00


This one will recall itself every time with the "/ui action toolbarSlot00" call
Play with the 2 pause options to make it suite the best for for your action recovery.

Myopic

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« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2003, 04:26:52 PM »
I don't have any major coding masterpieces, but these are the little ones I use regularly.

If you have a rideable pet, to make getting on and off easier, create a macro:
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/dismount;
/mount (PetName);

Stick it on a toolbar button, it'll act as a toggle, and you don't even have to target your pet.  You'll get an error message half the time about not being able to dismount which you can freely ignore.

Extending from this, it's apain to have to get off your 'horse' every 100m or so when surveying, so this for surveying while mounted:
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/dismount;
/pause 1;
/survey;
/mount (PetName);


Those of you with combat pets can spare your group the annoyance of seeing you spam 'a', 'a', 'a', 'a', over and over and over and over again by putting:
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/tellpet kill;
or similar in a macro and assigning it to a keyboard shortcut.  It's even quicker than typing 'a' then ENTER, and it doesn't annoy anyone else.  (The pet's attack command needs to be two characters or longer for the /tellpet command to work correctly)

If you have Medic skills you may want to heal yourself while in combat, and it's a pain having to target yourself and activate the stim so, create a macro:
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/healdamage self;
assign it to another keyboard shortcut and just hit it whenever you're poorly.


Other useful bits and pieces:

You can switch to another set of toolbar buttons in a macro with:
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/ui action toolbarPane0x;
where x is a number from 0-5.

The game has a multitude of useless and unnecessary emotes, but if you feel you need more you can make your own by typing a colon as the first character in the line; the equivalent of /me in IRC.  Example:
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:slaps %TT around a bit with a large trout.
The %TT is replaced with the name of your current target.  This could be created as a macro too, but if you want you can create your own / commands instead of making macros like this:
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/alias ride /dismount;/mount (PetName);
/alias trout :slaps %TT around a bit with a large trout.

then you can just target your victim and subject them to your piscine related violence by simply typing /trout

Dai

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« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2003, 02:04:06 PM »
excelent Macro for Rifleman

/mindshot2
/mindshot1
/peace


This allows you to attack all targets with a mind bleed then attack the next target you can then use headshot2 on them to mop them up :)

Or If youre a Ch

/tellpet attack
/mindshot2
/mindshot1
/peace
/tellpet follow


And move on to next target. Makes loads o CH xp :)


Dai

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« Reply #3 on: January 03, 2004, 11:06:03 AM »
Heres a great Macro for Grinding up too Master WeaponSmith.

You will still need to place the resources into the crafting tool but all other stuff is taken care of for you :)

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/ui action toolbarSlot01;
/selectDraftSchematic 47;
/pause 20;
/nextC;
/nextC;
/nextC;
/createPrototype practice no item;
/createPrototype practice no item;
/pause 3;
/ui action toolbarSlot02;
/selectDraftSchematic 47;
/pause 20;
/nextC;
/nextC;
/nextC;
/createPrototype practice no item;
/createPrototype practice no item;
/pause 3;
/ui action toolbarSlot03;
/selectDraftSchematic 47;
/pause 20;
/nextC;
/nextC;
/nextC;
/createPrototype practice no item;
/createPrototype practice no item;
/ui action toolbarSlot00;