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what does that do in a macro
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i see a lot of people using things like : ' , . ( ) # %
and so on in their macros, my question is simple, what does it do?
for example i seen this in the forums
/cast Dire Bear Form; Feral Charge
what does and all the other stance things do?
please also tell me about more comands
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Nabjob, try to explain to him what is is.
in your example, is "IF" not in any forms, use Dire Bear Form, and if in bear form, then use Feral charge, all in same button, =)
# is usually used for #showtooltip, and as it says, just shows the tooltip on the first spell's (if you got more than one spell) tooltip.
Arbster beat me to the wowwiki link. Amazing.
# for #showtooltip to show the tooltip of the spell(s).
Just #showtooltip in the macro you posted would show the tooltip for the form the druid is in if they are in a form other than Dire Bear. If in Human Form it would show the Dire Bear tooltip, and if in Dire Bear would show the tooltip for Feral Charge.
You can also #showtooltip NameOfSpellHere to show just a specific spell.
() is usually in say /cast Moonfire(Rank 1) to pick a specific rank instead of the max rank.
parts at the beginning of that macro could be shortened to . May be possible to shorten it more. I'm not a complete expert at macros.
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