With the newest additions of macro books.. I’ve come up with “The Table of Contents macro set”
Basically I have each Book assigned to a specific Job. I have set aside the first set of macro’s in each book to be a Table of Contents of sorts, so I can easily go from macro book to macro book.
“The Table of Contents macro set”
Then each macro in the set is labeled with a job name.
Each macro looks like this:
then so on.. ie: my SMN macro of this set would look like:
Example: SMN set
L1: /macro Book 2
L2: /wait 1
L3: /macro Set 2
added note on this: If you create the first macro set on an empty Book, then you can copy the whole book to all the other empty books before you start customizing the individual books. This could save you some time.
just an idea that I thought I’d share ^^
I’ve also thought of the possibility of being able to use macro’s within a set to get to different sets inside the same book. Like if I had a set that was purely status removal macros.. I could make a macro on my main pallet that would take me to them, and on that pallet that would take me back to the main macro set.
I tried to figure out how to post this idea to one of the forums on the wiki site, but I can’t seem to login.. 😦
Also I’ve created a page on this site to hold creative macro’s that I’ve either came up with or found online from various sources.