View Full Forums : Spell Sets -- Command line options?


Panamah
06-15-2003, 12:19 PM
Is there a command line option for saving current spell line up and restoring it? If not, boy... that'd be nice. Using the UI is a little clunky, especially if you've got video lag.

Qwin
06-15-2003, 01:03 PM
Not that I have seen. You might want to check out /help comand, there is a list of all the comands, that they normally keep up to date.

Opatee
06-17-2003, 05:23 AM
Sorry to be out of the loop, but how do you do this with the UI?

Thanks,
Op

Panamah
06-17-2003, 07:55 AM
You right click on the spell book button on the casting bar. Wow, it's nice... verra nass.

Aeloryn
06-17-2003, 07:56 AM
Right click on the spellbook icon (the square icon below the 8 spell gems) and it will open up a 3 option menu. This allows you to Load, Save (current spell configuration) or Delete a saved set. It makes it incredibly easy to set up a few different arrangements of spells. So far I have a standard setup for roaming around by myself, a group setup and an animal charm set.

There's also some else to take a look at. Empty a spell gem (unmemorize a spell) and right click on the empty spell slot. You should see a menu that lists various spell categories. If you follow the menus you'll work your way to a sublist of spells of a given type ranked in decending order of level. I find it's very handy for grabbing lesser used spells such as pre-51 spells for buffing lower level characters. The quick memorization once you've selected a spell is also nice.

Romily 61 Druid
Aeloryn 60 Enchanter
Alyce 62 Mage
Quellious

Aeril Droigheann
06-17-2003, 07:58 AM
You have to right click on the spellbook icon (not the Spells hotkey) which is found under the spell gems on the default UI. You get a little menu that has save, load and another option. It's fairly intuitive and easy to use. Some of the custom UIs neglected to include this little icon so it won't work on all of them until they're fixed.

Panamah
06-17-2003, 09:11 AM
This is interesting...


If you could figure out the spell numbers, you could configure your spell sets outside of EQ.

[SpellLoadouts]
SpellLoadout1.inuse=1
SpellLoadout1.name=standard
SpellLoadout1.slot1=3465
SpellLoadout1.slot2=3475
SpellLoadout1.slot3=13
SpellLoadout1.slot4=207
SpellLoadout1.slot5=1446
SpellLoadout1.slot6=2180
SpellLoadout1.slot7=3480
SpellLoadout1.slot8=1726
SpellLoadout2.inuse=0
SpellLoadout3.inuse=0
SpellLoadout4.inuse=0
SpellLoadout5.inuse=0
SpellLoadout6.inuse=0
SpellLoadout7.inuse=0
SpellLoadout8.inuse=0
SpellLoadout9.inuse=0
SpellLoadout10.inuse=0

Onetree Tallbarque
06-17-2003, 01:07 PM
Easy. Spell numbers can be found here (http://lucy.fnord.net/spelllist.html?classes=DRU&source=Live) (lucy -> live -> druid spells).

gamilenka
06-17-2003, 06:54 PM
They didn't announce a command line function for the spell set memory. If you're lagging, just face the ground when you do it.