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 Asura.Iamarealgirl
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By Asura.Iamarealgirl 2020-10-28 09:35:15
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how do i set up a hotkey so my alt will automatically assist my main?
i've downloaded send, but no clue how to use it
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By Asura.Iamarealgirl 2020-10-28 09:36:49
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also how can i make it so i push a hotkey and my alt follows my main. i remember an old ls member doing this about 10 years ago
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By RadialArcana 2020-10-28 11:21:59
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//send altname /assist yourmain
//send altname /attack <t>

//send altname /follow yourmain
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By Leviathan.Draugo 2020-10-28 11:26:23
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You also want the dressup addon so that your alt doesn't lose track of your main when changing gear while following. And depending on if you want your alt following you, or following a mob it is set to assist, need to turn off the auto lock on feature in game. Also disable auto attack in-game so they don't just attack the next mob in front of them if it is claimed by your main.
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By Asura.Iamarealgirl 2020-10-28 13:25:46
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tyvm
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By Asura.Iamarealgirl 2020-10-28 14:00:04
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is there anyway to send those commands via a keybind? like ^a send altname /assist main? would i have to make a second keybind for the attack command? like maybe !a send altname /attack <t>

also is there away to disable the /follow so he doesnt follow my main to a safe spot when he's supposed to be dpsing or tanking in another spot?
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By Pandemonium.Zeto 2020-10-28 14:32:01
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You can write a windower script that does
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setkey numpad7 down;wait 0.1;setkey numpad7 up


I forget what movement that is by default but it's a minor enough movement that it breaks follow. Toss it in the scripts folder.

And then you
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send altName \/\/exec scriptName


And then, probably in your init.txt, you want to write up keybinds
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bind ^a send altname /attack <t>
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bind !a exec scriptName

etc

https://docs.windower.net/commands/input/
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By Leviathan.Draugo 2020-10-28 14:51:04
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Asura.Iamarealgirl said: »
also is there away to disable the /follow so he doesnt follow my main to a safe spot when he's supposed to be dpsing or tanking in another spot?
Only way that I know of to break follow in vanilla is to have them /heal, then can /heal again to have them stand up and be stationary. Can also just alt-tab and break follow with the instance in the foreground.
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By RadialArcana 2020-10-28 15:09:15
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send charname setkey numpad7 down;wait 0.1;send charname setkey numpad7 up;send charname /lockon;send charname target <me>

make a .txt and put this in it, then exec the txt to unfollow
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By Masunasu 2020-10-28 16:13:58
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There's windower.ffxi.follow(). You can create a lua script similar to how you would a .txt script, and execute it in game using //lua e scriptname.

windower.ffxi.follow(windower.ffxi.get_mob_by_name("yourname").index) = starts following "yourname"

windower.ffxi.follow() = stops following anyone
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By Asura.Iamarealgirl 2020-10-28 16:24:26
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thanks guys i'll give these a try
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By Asura.Yankke 2020-10-28 19:07:18
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Hey how i set up the commands for Nin because I was messing with nin and this ain't working /console send name /ws blade: shun <t> either /console send name /ma Katon: San <t> didnt work.
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By Masunasu 2020-10-28 19:21:39
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If you're using a "vanilla" game command on the receiving box you need to use "input":
/console send name input /ws "Blade: Shun" <t>

Alternatively if you use the shortcuts addon, you can leave out the /ws, /ma, etc:
/console send name bladeshun
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