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2-21-2010 @ 8:50PM
Perhaps a stupid question, but can't you bind such a macro to an actionbar key just like any other skill? A key you can then press, not click, if you like. That means if my macro is on key button "2" it will do different things whether I press ctrl+2, alt+2, shift+2 and so on. I don't use any modifier macros myself since I use Clique, so don't know how they work :P
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