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uo ingame macros

Discussion in 'UO Spellcaster' started by DARTH_VADER, Jan 15, 2010.

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    DARTH_VADER Guest

    Hello ive always used uo assist in the past for mage macros and recently someone i know who is alot faster and better than me at mage told me he uses only in game uo macros for all his spells and targets, i havent seen him in awhile.
    Now im wondering why is there a pause after everytime i get dissrupted, i never had any kind of pause with uo assist, does anyone who uses ingame uo macros have any input on this? Before i always used just a standard spell and than uo assist for my last target and target self but changed over to all ingame last target and target self since i was given the advice, im interested in wether this can even work.
    For ingame macros im using cast spell wait for target and than either target self or last target but like i said , the pause after i get disrupted is killing me right now i need to be able to cast again right away.
     
  2. Making macros like that always means if you get fizzled it will need pressing twice.

    Putting it all on one key is purely for training, imo it is better to just have 'cast spell' in uo with nothing after it, targets can be in both for various purposes but still need to be seperate from the actual casting for speed.