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  1. #11

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    Dawt.
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    already off the main page >.< shameless bumpage
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  3. #13

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    Quote Originally Posted by 'eceased',index.php?page=Thread&postID=103951#pos t103951
    EDIT1: I think i've found a solution for the 255 character limit with the macros ur using

    for toonA you don't require the first line of targeting, toonB doesn't need the second etc.. so:

    ToonA:

    /target [mod:ctrl,mod:alt,nomod:shift,target=ToonB]
    [mod:alt,mod:shift,nomod:ctrl,target=ToonC]
    [mod:ctrl,mod:alt,mod:shift,target=ToonD]
    [mod:ctrl,nomod:alt,nomod:shift,target=ToonE]
    /cast [target=targettarget,harm] Lightning Bolt
    /targetlasttarget

    ToonB:

    /target [mod:ctrl,mod:shift,nomod:alt,target=ToonA]
    [mod:alt,mod:shift,nomod:ctrl,target=ToonC]
    [mod:ctrl,mod:alt,mod:shift,target=ToonD]
    [mod:ctrl,nomod:alt,nomod:shift,target=ToonE]
    /cast [target=targettarget,harm] Lightning Bolt
    /targetlasttarget

    ToonC:

    /target [mod:ctrl,mod:shift,nomod:alt,target=ToonA]
    [mod:ctrl,mod:alt,nomod:shift,target=ToonB]
    [mod:ctrl,mod:alt,mod:shift,target=ToonD]
    [mod:ctrl,nomod:alt,nomod:shift,target=ToonE]
    /cast [target=targettarget,harm] Lightning Bolt
    /targetlasttarget

    ToonD:

    /target [mod:ctrl,mod:shift,nomod:alt,target=ToonA]
    [mod:ctrl,mod:alt,nomod:shift,target=ToonB]
    [mod:alt,mod:shift,nomod:ctrl,target=ToonC]
    [mod:ctrl,nomod:alt,nomod:shift,target=ToonE]
    /cast [target=targettarget,harm] Lightning Bolt
    /targetlasttarget

    and toonE:

    /target [mod:ctrl,mod:shift,nomod:alt,target=ToonA]
    [mod:ctrl,mod:alt,nomod:shift,target=ToonB]
    [mod:alt,mod:shift,nomod:ctrl,target=ToonC]
    [mod:ctrl,mod:alt,mod:shift,target=ToonD]
    /cast [target=targettarget,harm] Lightning Bolt
    /targetlasttarget

    keymaps will be the same, but the only issue there is that you wont be able to simply copy/paste the same macro in for all the toons (ie you'll have to change it slightly for each)

    Will be adding a little more in future ^^

    This is certainly possible, it just gets annoying managing a lot of different target macros (although its the same within each toon's settings, so not too bad)

    What I mentioned doing briefly was having the following macro by itself on some button,

    /target [mod:ctrl,mod:shift,nomod:alt,target=ToonA]
    [mod:ctrl,mod:alt,nomod:shift,target=ToonB]
    [mod:alt,mod:shift,nomod:ctrl,target=ToonC]
    [mod:ctrl,mod:alt,mod:shift,target=ToonD]
    [mod:ctrl,nomod:alt,nomod:shift,target=ToonE]

    Then each ability macro would use a /click command as the first line to call that macro. This works with the default blizz system as well as most addons.

    If you're looking to cut the macro short some more, its also possible to remove all the nomod conditionals in the macro, just giving careful thought to the order its in, since without them a ctrl+shift+alt would call the ctrl+shift before getting to where its supposed to act.

    Edit:

    Another small note, for those like me that have one character do skinning.

    Obviously if you're controlling your skinner just skin as usual, no problem.

    I found it very annoying though switching back to skinning each time I was playing a different character, so I changed my lightning bolt macro to the following (this was documented somewhere in the wiki or on these forums, this is just the macro to use with this method):

    /target [mod:ctrl,mod:shift,nomod:alt,target=ToonA]
    [mod:ctrl,mod:alt,nomod:shift,target=ToonB]
    [mod:alt,mod:shift,nomod:ctrl,target=ToonC]
    [mod:ctrl,mod:alt,mod:shift,target=ToonD]
    [mod:ctrl,nomod:alt,nomod:shift,target=ToonE]
    /cast [target=targetarget,dead] Skinning; [target=targettarget,harm] Lightning Bolt
    /targetlasttarget

    That way no matter which toon im controlling, I can either skin regularly, or try to lightning bolt the dead target and my skinner would skin it.

  4. #14

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    Can you use this method, and map more than one hotstring to a single target binding?

    For instance... say I have the following group:

    Tank
    Healer
    DPSA
    DPSB
    DPSC

    And I have the following generic hot actions & bindings:
    DSTT - Damage Spam, Tank Target

    Tank: unbound
    Healer: ALT+CTRL+p
    DPSA: ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P
    DPSB: ALT+SHIFT+P
    DPSC: CTRL+SHIFT+P

    And the following specific actions and bindings:
    Tank:
    TA1 - Attack1 - 1
    TA2 - Attack2 - 3
    TA3 - Attack3 - 5
    TD1 - Debuf1 - 2
    TD2 - Debuf2 - 4
    TD3 - Debuf3 - 6

    Can I configure it so that All the specific actions above map to the same binding as DSTT on the other windows? Such as:

    DPSA:
    DSTT - ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P
    TA1 - ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P
    TA2 - ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P
    TA3 - ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P
    TD1 - ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P
    TD2 - ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P
    TD3 - ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P

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    As much as I hate to re-work my assist macros, I need to do it to use this superior method.

    Thanks eceased and Pocalypse!
    I love the smell of electrocution in the morning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 'Memn',index.php?page=Thread&postID=104223#post104 223
    Can I configure it so that All the specific actions above map to the same binding as DSTT on the other windows? Such as:

    DPSA:
    DSTT - ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P
    TA1 - ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P
    TA2 - ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P
    TA3 - ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P
    TD1 - ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P
    TD2 - ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P
    TD3 - ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+P
    My computer is still dead and on its way to repairs, but from memory I'm pretty sure the answer is no.

    The problem with mapping the same key to multiple hotstrings being that when you press that key (even if you never will), keyclone doesnt know which string to activate. (I could be wrong and it works and it activates both hotstrings, but I'm pretty sure I tried something like this and it didn't work).

    What you can do though is the following:

    - Depending on your bar mods, you may be able to bind more than 2 hotkeys to one button (I know bongos at least lets you do this). Then just have different hotstrings, but bind the keys to the same button.
    - If not that, just have different hotstrings and different buttons with the same macros. This uses up more bar space, but again depending on your mods that may or may not be an issue.

    Hope this helps.

  7. #17

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    duplicate bindings might work. I've drastically simplified my single character play in order to allow for my multiboxing. This method may be the answer to resolving that. Thanks for the information!

  8. #18

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    /salute

    This is just what I need at just the right time. I just added a 3rd account and plan to keep dual-boxing with my lower levels while occasional teaming them with a higher level toon for instance runs. This make switching between solo/dual/triple boxing so much easier.

    Thank you x1000! :thumbsup:
    2box:
    Theals & Tmelts - lvl 65 Disc/Holy and Shadow priests - Kul Tiras
    IcedT & HotTea - lvl 30 Frost and Fire mages - Perenolde
    HerbalTea and Boomtee - lvl 10 Resto and Balance Druids.

    Other: 70 Feral Druid, 70 Resto Shammy, 70 frost mage, 70 afflic Lock.
    Warrior, Hunter, Rogue, and Pally in the 50-60 range.

    I have alt issues. :thumbup:

  9. #19

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    better or not, one look at this makes my head hurt....

    think I'll stick to my focus macros for now.

  10. #20

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    Quote Originally Posted by 'moji',index.php?page=Thread&postID=104370#post104 370
    better or not, one look at this makes my head hurt....
    Hehe, keybindings are a pain. Especially when you are trying to use your toons to solo, Arena, BG, Heroic & Quest all at the same time, with and without friends and guildies. My current targetting involves using focustarget, targettarget, party1target all in one macro, and sometimes (seldom now) things behaive unexpectedly. But there are many abilities I do without, and switching mains involves changing focus, target or party leader... so the technique above looks like a powerful option.

    Also, My Shammy team does fine just with focus... but my Mage, Priest, (Paladin || Hunter) team could really use this!

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