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macro for driveby stealing

Discussion in 'UO Crime' started by cothor, Feb 1, 2009.

  1. cothor

    cothor Guest

    has anyone found a way to set up a macro to allow you to target a player and then as you walk by them hit the macro and it will steal something random from the pack. also im trying to set one up for after i snoop there pack stealth away and then as i walk by hit macro and it takes that item.
     
  2. cothor

    cothor Guest

    has anyone found a way to set macros to allow you to steal form a player without hving to stop and target them
     
  3. Chad Sexington

    Chad Sexington Lore Master
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    I'm confused. That's exactly how it works. Just find something to bring up a targeting cursor, make your macro steal / last target, and time it right when you run past (there's a delay).
     
  4. Viper09

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    I'm all for simplicity.

    My macros,
    F1: My skill that brings up the target cursor. I use anatomy since it doesn't have a delay for anything that I target.

    F4: Steal skill

    F7: Last target

    F12: Last Object

    F5: Hiding

    What I do: I find someone to snoop and I double-click their bag so it gets set for my last object macro. I casually walk by them and once I get near them I hit F12 and keep walking a couple steps from them so the bag doesn't close. (or I stealth up to them and snoop)

    If I see something, I use my F1 macro (target cursor skill) and click the object to get it set for last target. So I am all set.

    What I do now: Hit my steal skill so I have the target cursor open, then either run or walk by them, and just as I pass them I hit F7 (last target) and run for it.

    Once the skill delay is up I hide and stealth.
     
  5. TheScoundrelRico

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    How do you disable the F1 key from the standard UO macro that brings up the UO Index?...la
     
  6. TheScoundrelRico

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    Why would you want to?...la
     
  7. Viper09

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    *shrugs*

    Didn't know F1 did that, lol.
    If it was a previous macro then I just deleted it. If it wasn't an original macro, then I think making it a macro overrides it.
     
  8. Robthemilt

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    you can delete it in your original macros, and then rerecord it to whatever you want.
     
  9. Chad Sexington

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    If you put a in-game macro for F1, it replaces it.

    If you try to put a UOA macro on F1, it still pops up.
     
  10. cothor

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    thank you for the help works good and has kept me alive a few times i used to stand on them while looking thru pack
     
  11. Tom_Builder

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    Nevermind, been answered 3 other times. lol