The options in /entropy allow you to adjust how the macro functions.
If not used carefully, these can seriously break things. Know what you are doing first.
|autolist||(this is a work in progress)|
|castloops||cast retries on a failure|
|buffcooldownwait||wait for spell cooldown to do next buff|
|concolor||uses the concolor of the mob in all text outputs|
|engine||current character combat engine to use|
|fizzles||how many times you want to retry a fizzled cast|
|events||use custom events|
|loopdelay||main macro loop delay per cycle|
|maintenance||places entropy into a maintenance mode|
|manautoinv||use auto inventory controls while in manual mode|
|navlog||show mq2nav spam|
|random||macro randomization options|
|relaytell||enable relaying tells to your tie toon|
|rememberset||remembers the last /build set NAME setting|
/entropy . autolist:off . buffcooldownwait:on . castloops:1 . concolor:off . dannet:-> . engine:1 . events:off . fizzle:0 . hook:off . hud:-> . maintenance:off . manautoinv:off . navlog:off . nettimeout:1 . relaytell:off . rememberset:off
This is a work in progress. The intent is to add specific resistant mobs to the zone /area lists. The main problem is same named mobs that are resistant and others that are not.
The number of times an attempt is made to cast something. I no not advise setting this over 1.
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(currently changed due to mq2lua)
Enabling the maintenance mode, will give you a cross between manual and an extremely limited automatic mode. While enabled, the the code will respond to / commands, eat food/drink and only do /buff now. That is its' life. Nothing else.
When enabled, will use the autoinventory lot rules while /env auto is off.
This is Entropys way to make boxes seem less robotic and not act all at the same time.
engage - % delay to engage to engage mobs
pet - % delay to engage to send in pets
rez - delay in 1/10 of a second to accept rez
swarm - % delay to engage to send swarm pets
burn - % delay to engage burns
repeat - delay in 1/10 of a second to echo /repeat
This will relay a tell any toon gets to their tie toon. As an added bonus, setting `swRelayTellBeep` TRUE will annoy your entire household. Enjoy..
This will remember the last set you loaded on that toon on mac start.