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[Archery] "your fingers slip"??

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by Pepper, Aug 29, 2008.

  1. Pepper

    Pepper Guest

    I've been away from the game for years now. Started a new archer and all is going fine. My husband started an archer and keeps getting the message
    "Your fingers slip" and he ends up hitting a wandering healer who turns around and kills him.
    Could someone explain or send me to a link that would explain this? We started these characters within days of each other and this has never happenned to me. I have not actually seen it but I don't think he's been drinking.....I'm pretty sure anyway.

  2. Arch Magus

    Arch Magus Guest

    As far as I know, "your fingers slip" happens when you take damage while applying a bandage.
    Dunno what it might have to do with an archer, nothing I guess?
    Why does he end up hitting a wandering healer?
  3. athos_uo

    athos_uo Seasoned Veteran
    Stratics Veteran

    May 12, 2008
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    This is just my guess.

    - "AttackLasttarget" or something like this is set on UOA macro(I don't use UOA, so this is only guess)

    - "TargetNearest - BandageTarget" is set on UO macro

    And your hasbund sets these two macros on the same key, which might explain this issue.