World of Warcraft > AddOns >
https://github.com/hypehuman/super-duper-macro (my fork)
Create macros beyond the 255-character limit, and even beyond the 1023-character macrotext limit.
- However, no individual line in a macro may be more than 1023 characters long (you will get a warning).
- The number of lines is unlimited.
- Share macros in-game.
- 36 global and 18 character-specific for each character.
Floating macros accessed by
- You can make as many of these as you want.
Lua scripts of unlimited length
/sdm run <name>
Macros to switch between various windowed modes.
TODO - maybe it's best to host ideas in a github repository.
This is badly out of date and is just here for reference for now. I'll be cleaning things up and writing a better guide of some sort.. one day.
World of Warcraft macros are written in their own "language".
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(Prayer of Mending)
In L2Disc - An overview of Discipline Priest raiding, I mentioned that I wanted an AddOn which can track my Prayer of Mending. Specifically, I want to know when I should be casting it so it's bouncing around out in the field.
Some people don't care, because they regularly re-cast it. I find this rather inefficient, although I do see how it can be annoying to have the mending "stuck" on some too-rarely-damaged pet.
Other people talk about having HealBot or Grid display a Prayer of Mending icon. This isn't useful at all to me, because it doesn't notify me when it's absent - there's just too much stuff going on for me to deal with scanning 25 raid positions for that icon. On top of that, could I even configure either of them to deal with multiple instances of Prayer of Mending bouncing around, cast by multiple Priests? Probably not. Besides, I really despise both of those AddOns and I won't use them so I'm not going to stress over this.
So I need some other solution. This sounds like a common problem, and one which is interesting for a programmer to solve.. so there must be something out there, right? Well not really.