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2-22-2010 @ 2:28PM
Many macro conditionals used here can be resolved by effective use of taregeting/focusing. I use mouseover macros for heal/buff spells, I set my tank as my focus and leave Target for mobs.I use an assist macro to sneak in some damage; #showtooltip/assist [@focus, exists, nodead, help]/castsequence Reset=1 Attack, ShootIf my focus exists, is friendly and not dead, then I will target their target. The castsequence with 1s reset means pressing once just targets, but double clicking will start shooting (wand) at my focus's target. If I don't have a focus, then it just does the second part.All my heals/buffs use the following template for mouseover;#showtooltip/cast [@mouseover, exists, help, nodead] Renew; RenewThis has a cascading target - if my mouse is over a friendly alive target, then it will cast renew on them. Otherwise it will use the default UI targeting cascade - my target (if it's alive and friendly) or myself if my target doesn't exist, is dead or hostile.@The220 - using this framework, you can target your tank's target and slip some dps onto it while mouse hovering over players for healing.
2-23-2010 @ 3:23AM
I had some problems with the assist macro on my priest. However, with some tweaking I had the following work for me:#showtooltip/assist [@focus,exists,nodead,help]/castsequence reset=1 Auto Attack, ShootI didn't realize the API would be so picky as to insist that "reset" not be capitalized. Also, many (all?) classes have the ability "Auto Attack" instead of simply "Attack".
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