Using /stopmacro with modifiers
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I wanted to get some feedback about this. I wrote a macro I'd like to use on my priest, but I came up with two ways to write it, and I'm not sure if there's a difference between them.
/cast Desperate Prayer
/cast Desperate Prayer
(I think) cast Lifeblood and Desperate Prayer (both self-only spells) if I'm holding down Alt, simultaneously since Lifeblood doesn't incur the GCD; if not holding Alt, it should cast Resurrection on my current friendly (dead) target, or my friendly (dead) focus, or just cast it and let me target if neither of those exists.
First, will it function the way I think it will? Assuming I am an herbalist with the Desperate Prayer talent...
And second, will one of the above versions do something different than the other?
Thanks very much!
First, will it function the way I think it will?
What about you try it and figure it out by yourself?
They should be equivalent.
I might ask whether you intended your target to override your focus for Resurrect, though. If not, the conditional should be before .
Thanks, pelf. Yeah, if I target someone who is dead I want to resurrect that character, if I haven't targeted a dead character, I'd want to resurrect my focus (if dead), and if neither of those is the case, then I'd want to just cast it and let me select my target.
And thanks to you, Wildhorn. I'll definitely try it out when my priest is of the level to use it. In the meantime, I'd like to get insight from the more-experienced macro writers here in case I miss some subtle difference in how the two versions work.
and  will conflict each others. Both are target=target
Hmm ... I suppose they're redundant, but bracketed condition groups are OR and evaluated left-to-right so they shouldn't conflict, per se. It
cause it to try to resurrect someone who is alive or not friendly, though...
...actually, wouldn't the  at the end cause it to do the lit-cursor-waiting-for-target cast version of Resurrect when you have no target so that you can resurrect untargetable players (i.e. someone who has released)?
That was my intent with the does? Maybe I misunderstood what I read. Thanks!
Yeah thats what i meant... they wont conflict, but are redundant.
But yeah,  will proc the cursor if nothing else work.
So just forget what i said.
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