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7-30-2009 @ 1:39PM
I use a number of macros on my hunter; some of which are merely tweaked-up versions of these:/cast [modifier:alt] !Aspect of the Dragonhawk /stopmacro [modifier:alt] /castsequence reset=60 !Aspect of the Viper, !Aspect of the DragonhawkSame as the toggle macro, but you can hold Alt to manually go into Dragonhawk. I bind it to `, so ` toggles and Alt+` goes Dragonhawk.#showtooltip Tranquilizing Shot /cast [target=mouseover,exists,harm][target,harm] Tranquilizing ShotOr Wyvern Sting, Viper Sting, Silencing Shot, Concussive Shot, are all good candidates for this macro.#showtooltip Misdirection /focus [button:2] target /stopmacro [button:2] /cast [modifier:ctrl] Misdirection /cast [target=focus,help,exists][help][target=pet,exists,nodead] MisdirectionThis will focus your target if you right-click, if you left-click it tries to cast Misdirection first on a friendly focus target, if that fails it tries you friendly target, if that fails it uses your pet, if it’s alive. I also built it so that you can simply hold CTRL to cast a plain old Misdirection on your current target./focus [target=mouseover]It helps to bind a key to this (I use F4), which will focus the target you’re focusing on. Helpful for changing your MD focus without having to stop attacking your currenet target.#showtooltip /stopmacro [noexists] /run for i=1,GetNumTrackingTypes() do local n, t, a, c = GetTrackingInfo(i); if string.find(n, UnitCreatureType("target")) then if t~=GetTrackingTexture(i) then SetTracking(i); end end end /cast Hunter's MarkA little convoluted, but it changes your tracking to the type you’re currently targeting. I used to use this when Imp. Tracking was tied to the type of tracking, but it’s also nice if you’ve been fishing/mining/questing prior to a raid and forget to set a tracking type. It looks complicated but I’ve never noticed any performance problem with it.#showtooltip Eagle Eye /cast !Eagle EyeI love this macro in BGs, let’s me bounce all over map, even out of LOS of my original position. I can announce incoming on any base in AB while defending my own.
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