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  • Mike Shamblin
    Grunt
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    #39378 |
    mali
    Scout
    Post count: 1

    Hi, how do you import these macros

    poloboyz
    Grunt
    Post count: 8

    YES, I AM WONDERING THE SAME THING IT SAYS IMPORT SUCCESSFUL, BUT WHEN I GO TO MY MACROS THERE IS NOTHING!!!! PLEASE HELP

    Mike Shamblin
    Grunt
    Post count: 23

    Hi, how do you import these macros

    in game type /gs
    click import
    paste that macro from ( im assuming ) my posted link
    click import again
    it should say something about imported succesfully
    click close
    close again
    then reopen GSE2.0 by typing /gs
    You should now see one called BMHunter
    click on it
    then click create icon
    Now you should be able to drag the icon from the right side ( now a ? symbol ) to your bar

    Sneedel
    Grunt
    Post count: 8

    Odd it isnt creating the macros after doing everything u said

    Mike Shamblin
    Grunt
    Post count: 23

    In the GS options – make sure you have “Show All” selected as well.

    DarkSiodar
    Grunt
    Post count: 10

    lol, Mike i noticed you have to post the “How to” on ever post you make. these are great macros he makes.

    walt
    Stone Guard
    (Contributor)
    Post count: 199

    lol, Mike i noticed you have to post the “How to” on ever post you make. these are great macros he makes.

    because the new gs2.0 is all fed up right now to many bugs

    Hereaux Dacquoise
    Grunt
    Post count: 14

    It won’t show up under the wow macros. After you click create icon just drag and drop the icon directly from the /gs gui to your toolbar.

    Dinkelmeister
    Grunt
    Post count: 17

    If after you do everything that Mike has said to do and there is still no macro (which happened to me)… just make your own.

    Name the macro whatever you named his macro then in the code box put

    #showtooltip
    /click “macro name”

    macro name is whatever you named the macro

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