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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Command Macros are used in Final Fantasy XI to shortcut certain commands to keys on the keyboard.

Contents

Commands

Ctrl + [#1 - 9] = Use scripted Macros or shortcuts that the player makes to quickly cast spells and use abilities.

Alt + [#1 - 9] = Use macros #10 - 18, 10 being 1 and 18 being 9.

[Alt or Ctrl] + [Up or Down] = Change between macro configurations, good when the player decides to switch jobs or use a different macro set up.

Rules

Multiple command lines in a single macro require an intervening command, /wait //integer//, which makes the macro wait for //integer// seconds for one line to resolve before performing successive commands.

e.g. is not a real world example, Cure does not take 5 seconds to cast. Party members may not appreciate being told that they are cured.

/ma Cure1 (casts Cure 1 spell)

/wait 5 (Waits 5 seconds)

/p You're Cured! (message to Party members: You're Cured!)

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Activators

/magic or /ma requires specific spell name as above e.g. /shoot or /ra activates a ranged attack /ws activates requires specific weaponskill /pet requires a specific pet command

Modifying commands

/wait

Targets

In /ma Cure1 <me> , casting cure 1 on the caster/macro controller, <me> denotes a target

<t> actions target the current target of the macro controller at the time the macro is activated (Target)

<st> the macro will wait for the controller to select a target before activating (Select Target)

<p0> as <me>, targets macro controller

<p1> through <p6> targets players 1-6 of the controller's party

<ft> targets your NPC fellow when you are using it.


This article uses material from the "Command Macros" article on the Final Fantasy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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