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3-16-2011 @ 9:09AM
1. [nomodifier] is not needed, and "modifier" can be shortened to "mod" the following macro:/cast [mod:ctrl] Divine Storm; Crusader Strikeis functionally identical to the first, except Crusader Strike will be used even if ALT or SHIFT are pressed (and there isn't a bind overriding the combination) and you won't get the "?" icon on buttons when you don't have an action assigned to the key + modifier.2. "target=" is the same as "@" so you can use the following:/cast [@=targettarget] Hand of ProtectionMost Paladins won't ever have a macro that approaches the character limit, but for those that do anything that reduces the amount of text required is a good thing.
3-16-2011 @ 9:10AM
err I meant [@targettarget], without the "="
3-16-2011 @ 10:28AM
Yes, there's no need for [nomodifier].I tend to use dual macros working like:/cast [modifier][button:2] SeldomUsedPower; CommonlyUsed PowerIf I left click a button it will use "CommonlyUsedPower". If I right click or hold alt, shift or control while clicking I get "SeldomUsedPower"
3-16-2011 @ 10:35AM
Good tip(s), thanks!
3-16-2011 @ 3:30PM
I should be a jerk and roll a toon for PvP named "Targettarget". Would totally botch the opposition's targettarget macros.
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