Jyreeil

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Thu Nov 5 22:07:56 EST 2020

I just recently got a mouse with 12 buttons on it and was wondering if making macros is technically cheating.  I am guessing using the mouse for enter and q is not bad but maybe making a macro that combines the two to go a little bit faster is not?  I'm just trying to figure out where the line is here.

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Quote from Jrady
I just recently got a mouse with 12 buttons on it and was wondering if making macros is technically cheating.  I am guessing using the mouse for enter and q is not bad but maybe making a macro that combines the two to go a little bit faster is not?  I'm just trying to figure out where the line is here.

I want to say as long as you aren't adding second/ms timers in the macro it's fine. Since it's not going to matter how you do it, or how fast you start an attack and leave it, there is the timer wall.



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Sat Nov 14 15:46:01 EST 2020

Yeah, bit of a grey area, but binding some of the shortcuts to your mouse is fine.

Creating complex sequences of automation is pushing it, but small convenience things is probably fine... (smiley)


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Jyreeil

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Wed Nov 18 17:06:59 EST 2020

Sorry accidentally made a new thread but I figured it was probably a thing that I should just map a single letter to each button and go with that.  Not everyone has access to macros so that would be an unfair advantage.  Not as fun as making a sequence of buttons in one button, but probably for the best.