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If the first command in a macro is the [name] tag, the text that follows it will be displayed as the name of the macro on the EZAD button.

Playing Macros Using Chat Commands

This is another one of those features that probably only a minority will use, but those that do will love it. Let’s say you have a notecard loaded with a lot of macros. And let’s say you used the [name] tag to give (at least some of) the macros names for the buttons. Well, in version 1.2.1, you will be able to use those macros without searching for it and clicking the button. All you have to do is say /99n MacroName, and the macro with the name, “MacroName” will play. Be careful not to give macros duplicate names.

For instance, if the name of the macro is “Wave”, you will be able to simply say: /99n wave and the Wave macro will play. Please note that these commands are not sensitive to capitalization. Remember it’s /99n and then the name. That ‘n’ is important.

If you are reading this page using the Google translator, please note that macro commands like [NAME] and [WHISPER] only work if use the English word in the brackets and not the translated word. Be sure to view the page in English to make sure you are using the correct command in your macros.

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    [...] Let’s say you have a notecard loaded with a lot of macros. And let’s say you used the [name] tag to give (at least some of) the macros names for the buttons. Well, in version 1.2.1, you will be [...]

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