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    First Sergeant
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    #39152 |

    First you need to download original GnomeSequencer…

    http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info23234-r1.html#info

    Install it in your WoW Addons folder like always. Next you must rename “ExampleSequences.lua” to “Sequences.lua”. Then open up Sequences.lua and delete everything from the line that starts with Sequences on down. Then past this macro in. After that, open up WoW and open your macros window and create a new macro with the name “SpitzST” and it will create the macro for you. Drag to your bar and tap away.

    The temp talents for the time being (and this macro) are 3212112

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    Grunt
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    Thanks Spitz

    Jonas Samson
    Grunt
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    Spitz, what talents are you using for this?

    avatarJason
    Sergeant
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    Im having problems, it wont make the macro.

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    Grunt
    Post count: 5

    Wont populate Macro… =(

    avatarrichard
    Stone Guard
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    same no go havent had gs work since gse

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    First Sergeant
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    The temp talents for the time being (and this macro) are 3212112

    “The temp talents for the time being (and this macro) are 3212112”

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    First Sergeant
    Post count: 148

    If you follow my instructions, it will work. I’ve been doing multiple testing for several hours now.

    1. Download GnomeSequencer
    2. Copy to Addons folder
    3. Rename ExampleSequences to Sequences
    4. Open Sequences.lua and copy my macro below the line “– Here’s a large demonstration sequence documenting the format:”
    5. Open WoW
    6. Make sure GnomeSequencer addon is turned on
    7. Create a new macro and name it “SpitzST”

    Side note…ANY change you make to the macro inside of Sequences.lua, you must SAVE the document and then /reload inside of WOW for the changes to take effect.

    Rich Beilfuss
    Scout
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    you can actually just add two ‘-‘ before line 421-425 on the startup.lua in the GS-Core folder. it looks like this:

    –if specID > 15 then
    –GSPrintDebugMessage(L[“Checking if specID “] .. specID .. ” ” .. specclass .. L[” equals “] .. currentenglishclass)
    –else
    –GSPrintDebugMessage(L[“Checking if specID “] .. specID .. L[” equals currentclassid “] .. currentclassId)
    –end

    HOPE THIS HELPS!

    Wostton Rabbib
    Scout
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    I love you

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