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4-21-2011 @ 11:48AM
My healing spells on my healer toons are on mouseover and I use a macro to swap my main action bar to the second one where I put most of my damage spells./swapactionbar 1 2After your post last week, Dawn, I wrote an informative macro for Lightwell:#showtooltip/cast Lightwell/run local c="Lightwell";if GetSpellCooldown(c)>=170 then SendChatMessage("put a Lightwell down… clickable 20 yards away, even if stunned!!! ","emote",nil,nil) end/run UIErrorsFrame:Clear()During the first 10 seconds of the cooldown I can press a second time the keybind of that macro to display an informative emote about the spell if needed.My life-grip macro looks like that:#showtooltip/aftercast +done /run local m="mouseover" UnitIsFriend(m,"player") SendChatMessage("drags "..UnitName(m).." away from a certain death!","emote",nil,nil)/cast [target=mouseover,help] Leap of FaithThe script part in this one works only when I life-grip my mouseover unit and only if it (m) and I (player) are "friends", not if I life-grip my target (so I can choose not to display it). I love it because it puts the actual names of the characters in an emote. The "/aftercast +done" exclusively works because of the addon "AfterCast (Fan's Update)". This addon checks the cast before the /run part executes (if it doesn’t work there are comments on how to fix it).(Hopefully I translated well my macros in english.)
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