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3-16-2011 @ 9:23AM
Suggestions for cleaner macros and using less chars (these macros are simple, but when you are in a more complex macro, knowing these alternatives are a godsend):nomodifier=nomodmodifier=modtarget=@something (target=player becomes @player. target=focus becomes @focus, etc)The CS/DS macro can be stripped down to this macro in which DS works with any modifier (not only control):/cast [nomod] Crusader Strike; Divine StormThe cleanse and Rebuke macros can also be stipped down to:/cast [@mouseover] Cleanse/cast [@focus, exists] RebukeUsing the , it tells the macro that if @mouseover is not available, it will cast it as default (i.e the player or the current selected target). For instance, being a lock, i have this macro for fear:/cast [@mouseover,harm,exists][@focus,harm,exists] FearThis casts fear to the mouseover, if there is no enemy mouesover to the focus, and if there is no enemy focus, the targeted player.
3-16-2011 @ 1:51PM
And by  you mean LEFT SQUARE BRACKET then RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET. Sorry, but on my screen it looks like a box, which is what some fonts do if there is some weird double-byte character it can't handle...
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