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There are a lot of commands now “whited-out” when saved such as /startattack and /targetenemy [noharm][dead]. Does this mean they are no longer doing anything?
[combat] – exactly what does this do? I’ve noticed it is sometimes needed in a line for an attack to work as a pre-macro, but isnt needed elsewhere? Is that correct? Why?