Help with losing the tank as a target while I'm dps'ing

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  • Alix
    Scout
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    So I’m not new to macros in wow, but am brand new to GS, so I need a little help…

    I had created a macro (just dmg) that let me keep the tank targeted while I dps’d his target. I like to shield/defensive penance out of macro. For some reason, I had some UI issues and my macro got deleted. When I recreated it (apparently not accurately), I can’t keep the tank targeted. Specifically, as soon as I press the macro, it shifts the target to the mob the tank is targeting.

    Here’s an example cast line within the macro:
    /cast [combat, nochanneling] [target=targettarget] [harm] Smite

    If I use the same “/cast [target=targettarget] [harm] Smite” in a WoW UI macro, not in GS, it works as I intend. So I think there may be an option I’ve overlooked or something that is changing my target.

    TLDR; I can’t keep the tank targeted while spamming my target of target dps macro. I’d appreciate any help with this!

    Shade3891
    Sergeant
    Post count: 18

    i use:

    Will select a new enemy target if you have none. Cast Smite on your target if its hostile. Else it will cast smite on your target’s target if its hostile.

    taurolyon
    Grunt
    Post count: 14

    just /focus the tank and try @focustarget

    then you can use

    Anders kjær
    Scout
    Post count: 1

    I use the following.
    casting smite on my target or on my targets target or on my targetstargetstarget

    #showtooltip Smite
    /stopmacro [channeling]
    /cast [harm] [@targettarget,harm] [@targettargettarget,harm] Smite

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