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 Post subject: Beginner Instructions
PostPosted: Mon Dec 29, 2008 7:03 am 
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I am very interested in creating custom macros for Iris, however I am not sure where to begin.

How trivial is it to create scripts that will perform functionality such as auto-equip, heal last target, etc? Ideally, I would like to replicate some of the functionality of UOA/Razor.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 29, 2008 1:05 pm 
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hi !
there are a few infos here :
http://iris2.de/index.php/Macros
http://iris2.de/index.php/Scripting

other than that take there's lot of stuff not yet documented in lua/lib.macrolist.lua

i'd suggest choosing the "unstable" version in the updater, there were a few nice new additions that are not in the stable version yet.

difficulty : depends, documentation is scarce at the moment as we're still working on the scripting system.
it's probably best if you look at the code in that macrolist.lua to see what's possible.

razor : you can import razor hotkey/macro config to some degree, see blogpost : http://schattenkind.net/blog/?p=66

auto-equip : not sure what you mean, but you can equip items using : MacroCmd_EquipItem(serial)
heal last target : spell ? MacroCmd_Spell("Greater Heal",MacroGetLastTargetSerial())
bandage-self : MacroCmd_BandageSelf()

scripts in the "plugin" dir are automatically executed.


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