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lay on hands for mana macro

Postby tandaryn » Tue Feb 23, 2010 7:45 pm

Hi, just wondering if anyone can help me with a macro. I want to be able to basically nuke my own health between pulls in a 5 man (assuming I have a capable healer of course), so I can use some spiritual attunment to regen mana. Basically I need a macro that I can spam to toggle between 2 gear sets,
ie. click 1, equip tankset, click 2 equip nakedset, click 3 equip tankset and so on

I can't seem to get castsequence to work for equipset (not suprisingly)

right now I use one to click to equipset tanking and button:2 to equipset naked, but I'm pretty lazy and would like it to be faster :D
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Re: lay on hands for mana macro

Postby Vorianloken » Tue Feb 23, 2010 11:58 pm

Uh... you could use an add-on like wardrobe or outfitter to set up gear sets - tank set and naked set for example - and then just switch the two between pulls... but that is rather complicated...

If you really want to keep the mana going, just pull more, or sit down for a few seconds or turn your back to the mobs... the only time I really have trouble with mana in 5-mans is in VH where I can't keep divine plea up.
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Re: lay on hands for mana macro

Postby Pizbit » Wed Feb 24, 2010 8:08 am

Vorianloken wrote:Uh... you could use an add-on like wardrobe or outfitter to set up gear sets - tank set and naked set for example - and then just switch the two between pulls... but that is rather complicated...

If you really want to keep the mana going, just pull more, or sit down for a few seconds or turn your back to the mobs... the only time I really have trouble with mana in 5-mans is in VH where I can't keep divine plea up.


Why use an addon? Blizzard has gear sets built in to the UI, you need only enable it. I ditched the gearset addon I used as soon as Blizzard came out with their arguably superior Equipment Manager.
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Re: lay on hands for mana macro

Postby Vorianloken » Sat Feb 27, 2010 4:14 am

Pizbit wrote:
Vorianloken wrote:Uh... you could use an add-on like wardrobe or outfitter to set up gear sets - tank set and naked set for example - and then just switch the two between pulls... but that is rather complicated...

If you really want to keep the mana going, just pull more, or sit down for a few seconds or turn your back to the mobs... the only time I really have trouble with mana in 5-mans is in VH where I can't keep divine plea up.


Why use an addon? Blizzard has gear sets built in to the UI, you need only enable it. I ditched the gearset addon I used as soon as Blizzard came out with their arguably superior Equipment Manager.


never tried it really and just stuck with outfitter /shrug
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Re: lay on hands for mana macro

Postby Jerey-Darkspear » Sat Feb 27, 2010 2:10 pm

This is actually very easy to do with the Blizzard Equipment Manager.

You'll need two sets: "Naked" and "Tank"

The macro you'll want is:

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/equipset [equipped:Shields] Naked; Tank
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