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Why doesn't target self work?

Discussion in 'UO Players Corner' started by prizim618, Oct 6, 2009.

  1. prizim618

    prizim618 Adventurer
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    in the classic client and in the enhanced client i have tried to set a one key macro to cast gh and target self... it won't target me... I even tried the set cursor target to myself and that doesn't work either... I have UOA so its not a problem in the 2d but can't use UOA with the enhanced client.. am I doing something wrong?:stretcher:
     
  2. Frarc

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    Just keep it simple with the enhanced client . Just drag the spell icon in the hotbar and set it target to self and you are done.
     
  3. Silverbird

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    The trick is to include a 'wait for target'. I dont know why, but it works. Your macro should contain: cast gh - wait for target - target self. Though it depends on the targetting mode you are using.
     
  4. UO Relic

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    Also some of the targeting commands need the 'target system turned on', while most of us have turned it off be default as I personally hate those arches that appear around chars/monsters, for some spells/actions include in your macro on first and last line the macro choice 'turn targetting system on/off' that way it turns on for your macro to do what it need to do but doesnt clutter screen afterwards