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2-04-2010 @ 1:22AM
The best way to make sure you don't clip MF even if you are using quartz or another add on is through no channeling macros. I use them for all my spells so I can spam the next spell w/o having to worry about clipping MF which is even more important now since I got 4p T10 last week. Example#showtooltip Mind Flay/cast [nochanneling:Mind Flay] Mind Flay or for MB for example#showtooltip Mind Blast/cast [nochanneling:Mind Flay] Mind Blastsomeone correct me please if i have any typo's or anything wrong with that, didn't feel like logging back in to check my macro text :P
2-04-2010 @ 2:38AM
I use a similar macro for both MF and MS, though slightly different#showtooltip Mind Flay/cast [stance:1,harm, nochanneling:Mind Flay] Mind Flay; [nostance,harm] Shadowformprevents casting if already casting MF, and puts u in shadowform if u r not already.#showtooltip Mind Sear/cast [stance:1,harm, nochanneling] Mind Sear; [nostance,harm] ShadowformSimilar to the MF macro, but MF only checks for it's self, this checks for any channeled spell. This means that I can MS till all but my target is dead and then go right into MF spam.
2-04-2010 @ 5:06AM
Why do you use a no-channeling macro AND Quartz? The whole point of using Quartz is for the latency timer. This allows you to start your next spell cast or channel client-side as soon as the previous cast or channel finishes server-side. If you use a no-channeling macro, you won't be able to start your second spell until the server tells your client that the previous action has finished, costing you 80-150 ms. This gives you absolutely no reason to be using Quartz at all.
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