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The standard way to fix these macros is to temporarily turn off sound and text warnings, like so: #showtooltip /cast Mangle(Bear Form) /console Sound_EnableErrorSpeech 0 /cast [nomod] Maul(Bear Form) /console Sound_EnableErrorSpeech Edit: alpha version available on curseforge Last edited by iceeagle: Jun 26, 2016 Private Mod Note (): Rollback Post to Revision RollBack Finesse_de  Join Date: 10/17/2011 Posts: 18 Member Details tgnWorldOfWarcraft 238,784 views 49:02 World of Warcraft - 10 Facts About The Old Gods - Duration: 16:14. Browse Core Curse MMO-Champion WowStead CurseForge WowAce SkyrimForge SC2Mapster LoLPro ExilePro Community Minecraft Forum Terraria Online Arena Junkies Guild Wars 2 Guru DiabloFans FPS General DarthHater Defiance Forum Wildstar Forums Database http://devstude.net/wow-macro/wow-macro-stop-error-messages.php

Loading... Register to get one! Blood and Gore Crude Humor Mild Language Suggestive Themes Use of Alcohol Violence Online Interactions Not Rated by the ESRB AddOns Latest 200 Browse Upload AddOn Search AddOns Survival Guide Projects Author Using the macro below you will avoid all that.

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Crushtastic 110 Night Elf Warrior 12100 16 posts Crushtastic Ignored Feb 27, 2015 10 Copy URL View Post This does the trick: /console Sound_EnableErrorSpeech 0 Namisan 110 If you do not understand what is causing this behavior, please contact us here. So, I want to have it so that the error does not show up. I still get those error messages in the middle of my screen.

Shift+Click to announce in /SAY. Shinobi 75,014 views 3:18 Top 10 Ways To Become A Better World Of Warcraft Player - Duration: 13:52. Add to Want to watch this again later? Script Uierrorsframe:hide() Omegal MVP - Technical Support 110 Human Warrior 22320 11314 posts Omegal Ignored Feb 26, 2015 -2 Copy URL View Post Try /run/run still works for me in macros

I can't thank you enough!!! Re-Creating Old Macros When re-creating a macro in Useful macros please follow the example format posted below (to get the frame around your macro, add a space before you start it) The most common causes of this issue are: Using a script or add-on that scans GameFAQs for box and screen images, overloading our search engine Running a "scraper" or "downloader" program I can confirm that this started with 6.1 patch.

Set Operation Mode to Allow All Errors. Wow Macro Turn Off Error Sound Find More Posts by Petrah 04-17-15, 02:22 PM #8 SDPhantom A Pyroguard Emberseer Join Date: Jul 2006 Posts: 1,584 Originally Posted by Seerah Ugh, registering/unregistering the event is the Craft a single item /run CloseTradeSkill() /cast First Aid /run local s for i=1,GetNumTradeSkills() do s=GetTradeSkillInfo(i) if (s=="Linen Bandage") then DoTradeSkill(i) end end /run CloseTradeSkill() (replace "First Aid" and "Linen Bandage" The default message is "[player] calls for [his/her] faithful friend, [pet name]." This uses all 255 characters, so any altered message will need to be equal or shorter in length.

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Thanks in advance Reply With Quote 2014-12-31,10:20 PM #2 morchel View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Grunt Join Date Nov 2014 Posts 10 /script UIErrorsFrame:Hide(); Gets rid Will not help in the [77]Tails Up (Cats are flagged as unknown, Bears are all flagged male.) Works in 3.3.3a Raid Blame (now with Guild Blame!) Have you ever been in Wow Error Filter Also, trade chat is not necessarily always your number 2 channel. Wow Macro Suppress Error Push an attack button, and get the message and the voice.

This site is a part of Curse, Inc. check my blog This one is designed more for trinket use than anything else, but it's here for when you only want to silence one of the two skills this macro uses. #showtooltip ExampleSpell1 Register Now. ? Is this intended feature of this addon? Wow Disable Lua Errors

Push an attack button, and get the message "There is nothing to attack", but no voice. That would be awesome. Can someone please help me with the proper macro syntax to stop error messages? this content This mod fixes the situation by converting the long commands to very short ones.Now the macros can be written thusly: #showtooltip /cast Mangle(Bear Form) /q 0 /cast [nomod] Maul(Bear Form) /q

Ask here!Because the default UI is for squares.Issues with our site? /console Sound_enablesfx 0 Holding down alt: Will show the Smelting pane, where you can smelt your ore bars. About Wowpedia Disclaimers Mobile view Gamepedia powered by Curse Facebook Twitter Youtube Newsletter Civ 6 Leaders Sign In Register Careers Help Civ 6 Wiki About Curse Advertise Terms of Service Privacy

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  • Hotkey this and enjoy never searching your bags for your quest items that need using every day. 255 characters exactly!
  • Published on Sep 25, 2014Always wanted to get rid of the annoying red error messages like 'Spell is not ready', 'I can't do that yet', Not enough mana''.In the heat of
  • Use: Change the third line to the spell you want to spam.
  • Clicking it does not reset the starting point, you have to Shift/Ctrl/Alt click again to reset it. /run if IsModifierKeyDown()then cG=GetMoney() print("Setting start point")else if (GetMoney()
  • Any idea what could be causing this?
  • The game does not offer any way for addons to filter individual audio files.
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Alternate version for toons with just one spec or equipment set: /equipset [noequipped:Fishing Pole, mod] Fishing; [noequipped:Fishing Pole, nomod] [mod] Set1 /use [equipped:Fishing Pole, nomod] Fishing Automated Equipment Manager Fishing & Works in 4.x Switch language /run c,d,i,p=DEFAULT_CHAT_FRAME,GetDefaultLanguage,GetLanguageByIndex,player;l=(d(p)==i(1) and 2 or 1);if c.editBox.language~=d(p)then c.editBox.language=d(p)else c.editBox.language=i(l)end;c:AddMessage("Language set to : "..c.editBox.language); Credit: Yza @ EU-Ysondre Use: Intelligent switch between default and racial language Warning: Left click swaps the talent spec, right click swaps gear and stance. #show [spec:1] ; [spec:2] /usetalents [button:1,spec:1] 2; [button:1,spec:2] 1 /equipset [button:2,spec:1] ; [button:2,spec:2]

This feature is not available right now. Is there a possibilty to fix this? For people who play without sound to begin with, these macro will -enable your sound- every time you use them. have a peek at these guys Replace "10000" with the desired item ID #.

and is not affiliated with Blizzard. TheLazyPeon 556,480 views 13:52 I CAN SHOW YOU THE WORLD | World of Warcraft - Duration: 31:24. All 255 characters are used, so you can only change the text in the SendChatMessage-part to a statement with the same amount of characters. Otherwise, mod-click will equip your fishing set, normal click will equip the spec-relevant set.

Also note the index needs to be uppercase as Blizzard code transforms typed commands to uppercase in order to perform case-insensitive lookups. __________________ "All I want is a pretty girl, a Jynks View Public Profile Send a private message to Jynks Find More Posts by Jynks 04-14-15, 03:10 PM #5 SDPhantom A Pyroguard Emberseer Join Date: Jul 2006 Posts: 1,584 Hope it gets fixed as it's a nice option for my macros. Turning Off Sound Effects vs Turing Off Error Speech Most of the advice found on the web says to turn Sound_EnableSFX off and on again to eliminate the error voice.However, this

I'm not certain if it stopped working with 6.1 or I just noticed it had stopped. I've had more than a few users of my addon now complaining about this.I currently know of no workaround other than disabling error speech altogether.Hopefully we can get a blue response Keeper01 205,649 views 14:22 2 Macro's That Will Make Gameplay More Enjoyable - WOW - Duration: 3:18. Shift-Clicking on this macro will apply a lure to your equipped fishing pole (Change Bright Baubles to any lure you'd like.

ChatFrame.lua:2320 Code: -- easier method to turn on/off errors for macros SlashCmdList["UI_ERRORS_OFF"] = function(msg) UIErrorsFrame:UnregisterEvent("UI_ERROR_MESSAGE"); SetCVar("Sound_EnableSFX", "0"); end SlashCmdList["UI_ERRORS_ON"] = function(msg) UIErrorsFrame:RegisterEvent("UI_ERROR_MESSAGE"); SetCVar("Sound_EnableSFX", "1"); end __________________ "All I want is a Modifiers: You can use the modifiers [alt] and [shift] if you only want to drink or eat. Whitemercury 100 Human Monk 11780 143 posts Whitemercury Ignored Apr 5, 2015 Copy URL View Post Disabling the error messages does nothing to prevent the seriously annoying sound effect LowkoTV 61,293 views 6:46 Loading more suggestions...

missing target, our of range, etc). In an effort to keep Wowpedia posts relevant, please re-validate and re-post macros that work in the current version. Ivaria 100 Blood Elf Priest 14105 291 posts Ivaria Ignored Feb 27, 2015 Copy URL View Post 6.1 introduced some regression here. MMO-Champion » Forum » World of Warcraft » Interface & Macros » Macro to stop error messages Thread: Macro to stop error messages Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page…

Omegal MVP - Technical Support 110 Human Warrior 22320 11314 posts Omegal Ignored Feb 26, 2015 1 Copy URL View Post /console Sound_EnableSFX 0is also a bit redundant, there Disable the sound for error text from within the games system settings.