Full List of Macros?

#1GevaudenPosted 6/29/2013 7:55:49 AM
Ty for sharing the

/ac "Cure" <me>

But I want to see them all plz?
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#2skins25Posted 6/29/2013 8:11:59 AM
Some of them:

/say (/s) [message] Sends a message to all PCs within a small radius.
Typing /say or /s without a message switches the default chat mode to [Say].

/yell (/y) [message] Sends a message to all PCs within a radius larger than /say but smaller than /shout.
Typing /yell or /y without a message switches the default chat mode to [Say].

/shout (/sh) [message] Sends a message to all PCs in the same area.
The message will not be displayed if a PC has deselected [Shout] in the chat filter.

/party (/p) [message] Sends a message to all members of your current party, regardless of their location.
Typing /party or /p without a message switches the default chat mode to [Party].

/linkshell (/l) [message] Sends a message to all members of your active linkshell, regardless of their location.

>>Channels
/linkshell(/l)1-8
Typing /linkshell or /l without a message switches the default chat mode to [Linkshell].

/freecompany (/fc) Sends a message to all members of your free company, regardless of their location.
Typing /freecomopany or /fc without a message switches the default chat mode to [FreeCompany].

/echo (/e) [message] Displays a message that only you can see.

/partycmd (/pcmd) [subcommand] Executes various party commands. Opens your party members display when no subcommand is specified.

>>Subcommands:
add “PC name” – Invite a PC to your party.
leave – Leave your current party.
leader “PC name” – Pass leadership to a PC in your party.
kick “PC name” – Remove a PC from your party.
breakup – Dissolve your current party.

/invite "PC name" Invites the specified PC to your party. Invites current target when not specified.

/kick "PC name" Removes the specified PC from your party. Removes current target when not specified.

/leader "PC name" Passes leadership to the specified PC. Passes leadership to current target when not specified.

/leave Leave your current party.

/join Accepts a party invite.

/decline Declines a party invite.

/friendlist&#12288;(/flist) [subcommand] Executes various Friend List commands. Opens your friend list when no subcommand is specified.

>>Subcommands:
add “PC name” – Send a PC a friend request.
accept “PC name” – Accept a friend request from a PC.
deny “PC name” – Deny a friend request from a PC.
remove “PC name” – Remove a PC from your friend list.

/blacklist (/blist) [subcommand] Executes various blacklist commands. Opens your blacklist when no subcommand is specified.

>>Subcommands:
add “PC name” – Add a PC to your blacklist.
remove “PC name” – Remove a PC from your blacklist.
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#3skins25Posted 6/29/2013 8:13:30 AM
Some more:

/? [command_name] Gives a detailed explanation of specified command.
* All command names must be one word or in quotation marks.

/wait [wait time] A macro command for adjusting the pause between commands.
A wait time amount of 1 equals one second.
The maximum wait time allowed is 60.
If the wait time amount is over 60, it will be counted as 0.

/logout Log out and return to the title screen.

/shutdown Log out and close the game.

/map Opens the current area
/check (/c) “PC name” (placeholder) Examines the specified target. Examines current target when not specified.

/huntinglog(/hlog) View the hunting log.

/craftinglog(/clog) View the crafting log.

/gatheringlog(/glog) View the gathering log.

/trade Initiates a trade with your current target.

/return Return to your current home point.

/action (/ac) “action name” “PC name” Uses an action on specified target. Uses current target when not specified.
This cannot be used with actions you have not yet learned, or when restricted by other factors.

/battlemode (/bm) [subcommand] Toggle between active and passive mode. Switches to opposite mode when no subcommand is specified.

>>Subcommands:
On – Draw weapon.
Off – Sheathe weapon.

/marking (/mk) [target type] “PC name” (placeholder) Set a sign on the specified target. Uses current target when not specified.
>>Target types:
attack1–5
bind1–3
ignore1–2
circle
cross
square
triangle
off (Turns off enemy sign.)

>>Example:
/marking attack1 (Sets sign “Target to Attack 1” on current target.)

/target (/ta) “PC name” (placeholder) Targets the specified target.
Target must be within range for this command to function.

/targetnpc (/tnpc) Targets the closest NPC within a certain radius.

/targetenemy (/tenemy) Targets the closest enemy within a certain radius.

/battletarget (/bt) Targets the closest enemy within a certain radius that is attacking you.

/assist (/as) Targets the target of another PC or NPC. (A target must be specified.) Assists current target when not specified.

/facetarget (/ft) Immediately turns your PC in the direction of your current target.

/automove Turn on/off auto-run.

/recast Displays time remaining until the specified action can be used again.

/loot Opens the loot list.

/follow Follow a targeted player.

/legacymark (/lmark) [subcommand] Show or hide the mark of the Twelve—a brand appearing on the back of the neck of all who survived the Calamity.

>>Subcommands:
On - Show mark
Off - Hide mark

Placeholders
<t> Displays current target name.
<tt> Displays target of current target’s name.
<me> Displays your character’s name.
<0> Displays your character’s name.
<1>~<8> Display Party Member 1-8's name.&#12288;
<attack1>~<attack5> Displays Target to Attack 1–5’s name.
<bind1>~<bind3> Displays Target to Bind 1–3’s name.
<stop1>~<stop3> Displays Target to Stop 1–2’s name.
<square> Displays target marked with a square’s name.
<circle> Displays target marked with a circle’s name.
<cross> Displays target marked with a cross’s name.
<triangle> Displays target marked with a triangle’s name.
<mo>,<mouse> Displays mouseover target’s name.
<hp> Displays current HP and maximum HP.
<hpp> Displays current HP as a percentage.
<mp> Displays current MP and maximum MP.
<mpp> Displays current MP as a percentage.
<tp> Displays current TP.
<class>,<job> Displays current class and level.
<pos> Displays coordinates of current location.
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#4FlanteusPosted 6/29/2013 10:12:31 AM(edited)
one of my crafting macros for when I'm lazy/don't care "that" much (not watching condition changes) for D40:
/ac "Inner Quiet" <me>
/wait 3
/ac "Steady Hand" <me>
/wait 3
/ac "Basic Touch" <me>
/wait 4
/ac "Basic Touch" <me>
/wait 4
/ac "Basic Touch" <me>
/wait 4
/ac "Rumination" <me>
/wait 3
/ac "Master's Mend" <me>
/wait 3
/ac "Basic Touch" <me>
/wait 4
/ac "Basic Synthesis" <me>
/wait 4
/ac "Basic Synthesis" <me>

wait times with unpredictable latency, if your ping is better you can reduce it, other than that wait command shouldn't take entire line.... <wait #> is better!
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#5Thel3eefPosted 6/29/2013 10:34:36 AM
Is there any macros for swapping equipment or did they remove the ability to do that to keep people from switching jobs in the middle of a fight?
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#6DrelagoPosted 6/29/2013 11:13:34 AM
Thel3eef posted...
Is there any macros for swapping equipment or did they remove the ability to do that to keep people from switching jobs in the middle of a fight?


This list has them but I'm not sure if it is still relevant. http://ffxiv.zam.com/wiki/FFXIV_Macros

Also, there is a pretty hefty cooldown on all your abilities/spells when you change classes so it isn't a good idea to change midfight.
#7FlanteusPosted 6/29/2013 11:43:52 AM
you can grab the name of your gear set, it will turn into an icon you can place in hotbar .
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