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  1. Mem your lowest level divination spell (level one spell 'true north') in slot 1. Create a macro, which looks like: /pause 60, /cast 1 /pause 60, /cast 1 /pause 60, /cast 1 /pause 60, /cast 1 /cast 1; Check your macro, if it works cast you just need to press this once to attempt 5 casts.
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Can someone write two macros, one that would equip: Warglaive of Azzinoth in main hand and Swiftsteel bludgeon in offhand. And a second macro that would equip Bulwark of Azzinoth in offhand! Ofc +Rep to that one which will do it correctly.

This post is not hunter specific, but it’s something I’d been meaning to share for awhile…

My Handy Dandy Fishing Macro

#showtooltip Fishing
/equip Mastercraft Kalu’ak Fishing Pole
/equip Weather-Beaten Fishing Hat
/console Sound_EnableSFX 0
/use Weather-Beaten Fishing Hat
/console Sound_EnableSFX 1
/use Fishing
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

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Yes folks… I have a macro for just about everything. 😉

While this may seem needless and a bit silly, it’s actually quite practical. This macro takes care of many tasks…

  • It equips all of my fishing gear.
  • It automatically applies a lure when the buff falls off.
  • It casts my fishing pole.

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Pressing the macro for the first time will equip your fishing gear and apply a lure. After that, the macro will simply cast your fishing line. When your lure wears off, the macro will automatically reapply it when needed. There are a couple of other lines in there to mute the error spam (fishing lure not ready yet, etc.), but still allow you to still hear the whiz of the fishing reel, as well as the splash of water when you have a fish on the line.

The macro just basically makes it really easy to toss on all of your +fishing gear, equip your pole, and never forget to keep your fishing lure buff applied. Nothing super fancy, but a space-saving convenience macro nonetheless. It’s a one-button solution for fishing. 🙂

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Those of you who like to do a little fishing now and again – you should try it. Be sure to replace or add any additional pieces of equipment if your fishing gear differs from mine.

I created it a few months ago when I started going after the Blacktip Shark. I haven’t had any luck catching it yet, but at least the event caused me to script this macro. 😉

1. Macros 101

Open up the macro window. You can do this either by opening the main menu and selecting Macros, or by typing /macro (/m) in the chat box. At the top of the window, you'll see two tabs: General Macros and Yourname Specific Macros.

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General macros are stored on an account-by-account basis and are shared by all your characters.

Immediately under the tabs is a grid of 18 boxes where the macros are displayed. Under those, there is a single box which displays your currently-selected macro with a Change Name/Icon button next to it. Below that is the edit box where you actually type the macro. Finally, at the bottom you have a number of self-explanatory buttons.

To create a macro, click the New button at the bottom of the window. This brings up another small window off to the side where you choose the icon and type a name for the macro. If you choose the question mark icon, WoW will automatically pick an icon for your macro based on what spells or items are listed in the macro. Once you have chosen an icon and a name, click the Ok button.

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A few notes: You can control what icon is shown in place of the question mark with the #showtooltip command. Although you can name two macros the same.

Starry night slot machine wins. Now you will notice that the macro icon you chose has been added to the 18 boxes mentioned earlier. The newly created macro will also be selected so now it's time to start writing your macro. Click in the edit box of the macro window to start typing.

Macros have a 255 character limit.

When you are done typing your macro, click the Save button, drag the macro's icon from the grid and place it on an action button.