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Question about EC client with macros I have on CC.

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Dan123The123Man, May 1, 2012.

  1. Dan123The123Man

    Dan123The123Man Lore Master
    Stratics Veteran

    Nov 19, 2004
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    I was wondering in EC is there any way I can import the same macros i'm using in CC? When I logged into EC today it was strange, the keys that normally have macros in EC were bound to something totally different. So I guess my question is can CC users use the same macros in EC and if so can we just copy/paste our macro folder over into EC so we don't have to remake all of our macros? My other question is why aren't our macros automatically saved when we switch from CC to EC when we're using the same computer? I mean I can understand if the macros aren't saved when we are on a different computer but when we're using the same computer, why wouldn't they be saved?

    Going to try pvping in EC client and see how it goes since currently that seems to be the only client that has an "All Release" command for summons that works with the summon fey spell with spellweaving. Maybe some day they will introduce the same command to CC, until then though i'll have to try and adapt I guess.
  2. iamSnippa

    iamSnippa Journeyman

    Aug 2, 2011
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    I don't remember exactly how it happened, but my macros were automatically imported from CC into EC...
    You're really better off just writing new macros for the EC, getting used to how you make basic macros in the EC will give you the familiarity you need to create more complex macros that can do far more than any macro in the CC ever could.

    Also, this thread should be in the EC forum. :)