2016-20-07 - Everything updated for Legion.
In World of Warcraft, Blizzard gives us the ability to swap many different settings in the game with simple /slash commands, including video settings. This can be useful for players who play from different characters across different game clients on a regular basis, but who also turn down their in-game video settings on their "background" clients. By using a macro, players can simply change their video settings on the fly when moving between characters/game clients.
I've created a full walkthrough video showing how these Console Variables can potentially be used, and while the video shows how to use them using ISBoxer, this is not limited to only ISBoxer users.
[VIDEO LINK REMOVED—NEW VIDEO WILL BE RELEASED IN THE FUTURE]
If you have question about these Console Variables and how to use them, or any corrections to them, then feel free to post in this thread. If you are having trouble with something specific to the multiboxing software you are using, then please post a new thread.
_How do I read the tables?
|Name of In-Game Setting
||Name of Console Variable (CVar) Associated with In-Game Setting
|In-Game Setting Level 1
||CVar Value for In-Game Setting Level 1
|In-Game Setting Level 2
||CVar Value for In-Game Setting Level 2
|In-Game Setting Level 3
||CVar Value for In-Game Setting Level 3
_How do I use these values in a macro?
/console consoleVariable value
_Am I locked into the pre-defined settings, or can I experiment with other values?
Most of the CVars will accept a range of values, and any setting that does will show what its range is in the notes section underneath the table itself. Legion Update: This pretty much only pertains to Ground Clutter.
_Are these console variables case sensitive as you show them?
No, they are not.