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Krazyito

Talent Macros

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This is a nifty macro I found on the MMO-Champ Fury warrior guide.

#showtooltip
/cast Dragon Roar
/cast Shockwave
/cast Bladestorm
/run local G=GetSpellInfo SetMacroSpell("T60", G"Bladestorm" or G"Shockwave" or G"Dragon Roar")

NOTE: Take into consideration this line here:

/run local G=GetSpellInfo SetMacroSpell("T60", G"Bladestorm" or G"Shockwave" or G"Dragon Roar")

I've bolded the important part.  Whatever you put here, you MUST name your macro this same name or else it will not work.

 

 

Here is the basic shell

#showtooltip
/use Talent1
/use Talent2
/use Talent3
/run local G=GetSpellInfo SetMacroSpell("T##", G"Talent1" or G"Talent2" or G"Talent3")

Take the above note into consideration when naming this macro.

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The first value in SetMacroSpell just has to correspond with the name of the macro.

 

So you could change the value to "lolwarrior", as long as the macro's name is "lolwarrior".  It has nothing to do with the tier of the talent.

 

(Source)

 

You are also correct that it requires the third G.

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I knew that already, but there are some people that are not as programming oriented who would be confused. Best just tell them to do it one way.

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I knew that already, but there are some people that are not as programming oriented who would be confused. Best just tell them to do it one way.

The issue comes when you try to do the same thing for multiple classes, and you can't.

But I understand your point.

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Oh. I see. It's because they would use the global macros instead of character specific.

I understand. Next time I'm at a fully functioning computer I will correct that.

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System.out.println("Correct it!");

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