[GUIDE] 1.12.1 Warrior Macros

Re: [GUIDE] 1.12.1 Warrior Macros

by Inzomnia » Wed Mar 16, 2016 2:24 pm

Or link stances to item rack addon. Or save 2h/dw/shield to an item rack set and keybind those. I'd go for the latter, autoswapping gear on stance dance is highly impractical imo.
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Re: [GUIDE] 1.12.1 Warrior Macros

by Inzomnia » Wed Mar 16, 2016 2:33 pm

St0rfan wrote:/run local texture,name,isActive,isCastable = GetShapeshiftFormInfo(3);.


I don't understand the need for any of this. None of my stance dance macros have this stances check.

My overpower macro is simplified put,
/cast battlestance
/cast overpower

If you press it in battlestance it just overpowers. Otherwise it will put you in battle first. This macro replaced my default battlestance binding btw. Don't see any point of making a separate one. Ever wanted to go battlestance but hold off with a possible overpower? But I digress.
These forms check macro lines can be totally removed because if you are already in the required stance the /cast stancexx is ignored anyway.
Making the macros much more simple.
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Re: [GUIDE] 1.12.1 Warrior Macros

by Creedx » Sun Mar 20, 2016 1:19 pm

Is it possible in Vanilla to make a macro for using items of character?
I mean like macro for using the Trinket in TBC/WotLK/etc:

#showtooltip
/use 13
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Re: [GUIDE] 1.12.1 Warrior Macros

by Dreez » Sun Mar 20, 2016 1:28 pm

Creedx wrote:Is it possible in Vanilla to make a macro for using items of character?
I mean like macro for using the Trinket in TBC/WotLK/etc:

#showtooltip
/use 13

/run UseInventoryItem(13)
14 would be the lower trinket slot
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Re: [GUIDE] 1.12.1 Warrior Macros

by Creedx » Sun Mar 20, 2016 2:28 pm

Thx m8
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Re: [GUIDE] 1.12.1 Warrior Macros

by RedBanner » Sun Mar 27, 2016 7:59 pm

Inzomnia wrote:
St0rfan wrote:/run local texture,name,isActive,isCastable = GetShapeshiftFormInfo(3);.


I don't understand the need for any of this. None of my stance dance macros have this stances check.


Those macros will work without SuperMacro.
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Re: [GUIDE] 1.12.1 Warrior Macros

by nurovez » Tue Apr 05, 2016 7:29 pm

Is it possible to track Overpower (active or not) at any stances with API?
API IsUsableAction can track Overpower only at Battle Stance.
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Re: [GUIDE] 1.12.1 Warrior Macros

by St0rfan » Wed Apr 06, 2016 4:56 pm

nurovez wrote:Is it possible to track Overpower (active or not) at any stances with API?
API IsUsableAction can track Overpower only at Battle Stance.


It's simpler to just get the addon overpower alert.
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Re: [GUIDE] 1.12.1 Warrior Macros

by Undertanker » Wed Apr 06, 2016 5:51 pm

I see a rogue in my guild is using a kick notification. /s say Kicked <Target> and if it missed would say that.

I pride myself on my game-play but admit where I know little. Pre-shift click marco making, I suck at.

Could anybody provide a macro for shield bash and pummel, or one that combines the two with a /say to notify my group members?
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Re: [GUIDE] 1.12.1 Warrior Macros

by Parovozx » Fri Jan 05, 2018 6:56 pm

every time i googled vanilla warrior macros, i find this useless thread.

to fill content usable i post simple macro.

intercept, if no rage blood rage ( bers chapter)

/script if UnitMana("Player") < 10 and UnitAffectingCombat("Player") then CastSpellByName"Bloodrage" elseif UnitAffectingCombat("Player") then CastSpellByName"Intercept" else CastShapeshiftForm(1) end

no one post a auto overpower macro, but its can be made on 1.2.1

or auto battle shout like this.

function Baka2() CastSpellByName"Battle Shout" end

function Baka1() if UnitMana("Player") > 9 then Baka2() end end

function Baka() b1=0 for i=1,8 do t=UnitBuff("Player", i) if (t and string.find(t,"Ability_Warrior_BattleShout")) then b1=1 end end if b1==0 then Baka1() end; end

many of us played in 2004 but where is brain out ?

pre BC i wrote macro like this in one button.

if fear will of forsaken or bers rage
over (any stance, back to bers)
rend if gone , rage >9
execute if rage >14
Mortal if rage >29
Heroic if rage >64
Battle shout if rage > 9
hamstring apply if gone, rage >9

mb someone can do it now. and post usable macros for us.
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