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4-16-2011 @ 3:47PM
Maybe you are really asking how the macros work. The /cancelaura party of the macros only takes effect if the particular aura is up. Otherwise, the macro simply proceeds to the second part. Sooooo if divine shield is not up when you press this macro, it casts divine shield. If divine shield IS up, then it cancel's the aura of divine shield. If divine plea is NOT up when you press the second one, it casts divine plea. Then the second time you press it, it will cancel the divine plea and then proceed to the second part, where it will now cast word of glory (that's the castsequence part).
4-17-2011 @ 4:39AM
As I replied to my initial post, why wouldn't you just put /clearaura AFTER Divine Shield? Wouldn't that cut it down to one button press instead of two?
4-17-2011 @ 9:52AM
No, it wouldn't clear the Divine Shield aura because Divine Shield is on the GCD. That's why /cancelaura needs to be first (it can't cancel if there's nothing to cancel anyhow, no harm in that).
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