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General

  • A character can remember 48 macros.
  • A macro name can consist of 12 characters.
  • A macro can consist of 12 lines.
  • One macro line may contain up to 40 characters (including the command).
  • A macro cannot be used within another macro.

Contents of macros

  • Any chat commands can be used in a macro.
  • You can type macro commands in English.
  • You can use special constants in a macro to define the message type
  • Constants of macro targets CANNOT be used if you type them next to other characters. For example, you can't create the following macros: "%target Hello! or %target, how are you?
Constant Description
%self Use on yourself
%target Use on target
%summon1 Use on servitor
%party1 - %party6 Use on party member according to their party number
%C or %cooltime Shows cooldown of skills (items) used in macro
  • You can use names of skills in a macro to use them via the /useskill command
    • /useskill [SkillName] (like in the game with spaces and capital letters).
    • To make it more convenient, there's a mechanism of dragging skills to macros. Open your Skills window and Macro creation window and drag the necessary skill into the necessary line of the macro window.
  • In a macro you can use the items and skills placed on your shortcut bar using the /useshortcut command.
    • /useshortcut [bar number] [slot number], like, /useshortcut 6 5 (use item/skill in the 5th slot on bar 6).
    • To make it more convenient, there's a mechanism of dragging shortcut bar slots to macros. Open your Macro creation window and drag the necessary skill/item into the necessary line of the macro window.
  • You can run a macro again.
    • After you've added a macro onto a shortcut bar, you can run it again by right-clicking it.
  • A macro can be copy-pasted with the Copy all and Paste buttons.
  • Using the Preset button you call the list of templates of commands you often use and to add them to your macros by double-clicking or dragging them.
  • You can forcefully run a macro command by adding the force prefix to the command (like pressing Ctrl on the keyboard).
    • For example: /useskillforce, /useshortcutforce, /attackforce
  • You can add such a condition as stand on the same place by adding the stand postfix (like pressing Shift on the keyboard).
    • For example: /useskillstand, /useshortcutstand, /attackstand
  • You can delay running of the next macro command by using the /delay [sec.] command.
  • f you use items/skills which have cooldown, there'll be an animation on the macro icon showing the time until the next usage. 60 sec. before the end of skill cooldown used in the macro, you'll see the times on the macro icon showing the remaining seconds. If several items/skills are used in a macro, then by default the item/skill with the biggest cooldown time is shown. However, if you use the %c command, you can see the cooldown time of the skill you want. If the %c command is used in the macro several times, you will see only the first usage of it.
    • For example: /useskill Hammer Crush %c

Creating a macro

  1. Open the macro creation interface in the menu or by pressing Alt+R.
  2. Press the Add button.
  3. Write the macro name (will be shown when you hover your mouse over the macro icon).
  4. Choose the macro icon.
  5. The Preset button opens the list of templates which can be added to your macros if you need them.
  6. You can add a more detailed macro description if you like. It can't be longer than 32 characters.
  7. Add the contents of your macro according to the rules above.
    • The + (Add) button will add an empty line into the selected place. Everything you've added before will be moved down. If you move line 12, it will be deleted.
    • The x (Delete line) button will delete the selected line.
    • The "up" and "down" buttons move the line in the selected direction. If there is info in the next lines, they will change places.
    • The "Delete all" button removes all the macro contents.
  8. The "Copy all" and "Paste" buttons let you copy and move the macro contents.
  9. Press the "Save" button to save the changes you've made. The "Cancel" button will close the macro with no changes applied.

Editing a macro

  1. Open the macro creation interface in the menu or by pressing Alt+R.
  2. Drag the icon of the necessary macro onto the hammer icon
  3. Edit the macro.
  4. Press "Save".

Deleting a macro

  1. Open the macro creation interface in the menu or by pressing Alt+R.
  2. Drag the icon of the necessary macro onto the bin icon
  3. Confirm you want to delete the macro.