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Can I cancel target cursor?

Discussion in 'UO Enhanced Client Discussion' started by Decors, Nov 15, 2009.

  1. Decors

    Decors UOEC Modder
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    Is there any script to cancel target cursor?

    I always equip Necro gears when I cast Necro spells.
    But If Target cursor is up I can't equip/un equip gears.
    So I wanna insert cancel target line into my macros.

    This is serious problem for me. :(
     
  2. Ivorythorn

    Ivorythorn Guest

    I always hit the escape key to get rid of the target curser. Works for me...
     
  3. Fink

    Fink Guest

    Does Escape also open the main menu? Can it be changed?

    It bugs me that it does this. There is a button for the main menu on the main bar. I do not need to see the main menu and click it away every time I cancel something.
     
  4. Decors

    Decors UOEC Modder
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    I didn't find any good script to cancel target cursor...
    So I inserted "Cursor Target Stored" as a last-ditch measure.
    Just Store anything you want as a target.

    It worked lol.

    Thx Everyone.
     
  5. Fink

    Fink Guest

    So you could say store a cake as the target, eat the cake, and never have that target come up again? Good idea.
     
  6. Storm

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    I have been using escape ! but sometimes it will cause me to repeat my last action (like opening backpack)!
    Think I will make a short macro to use instead!