Wild Charge Macro

90 Human Priest
13010
#show Wild Charge
/cast [mod:alt,stance:0/1/3,@focus] Wild Charge
/cast [stance:0/1/3,@mouseover] wild charge
/cast [stance:0/1/3,@target] wild charge
/cast [stance:2/4/5] wild charge

Now every part of this macro works except: caster form wild charge to target.

The strange part is when I type out that line "/cast [stance:0/1/3,@target] Wild Charge" in chat with a party member targeted, it works.

So the other elements of that line (bear and cat @target) work in the macro and in chat, but caster form won't work in macro but will work in chat.

druid stances: 0=caster, 1=bear, 2=aquatic, 3=cat, 4=travel, 5=other(moonkin)
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90 Worgen Warrior
7355
#show Wild Charge
/cast [mod:alt,stance:0/1/3,@focus] Wild Charge
/cast [stance:0/1/3,@mouseover] wild charge
/cast [stance:0/1/3,@target] wild charge
/cast [stance:2/4/5] wild charge

You're telling it to cast at your mouseover regardless of whether you have a mouseover, so it hits that line and stops with a failure if you don't have one or it's dead.

Try this:
#show Wild Charge
/cast [mod:alt,stance:0/1/3,@focus] Wild Charge
/cast [stance:0/1/3,@mouseover,exists,nodead][] Wild Charge


Since your last two lines are just casting Wild Charge at your target in any of your stances, which is the default behavior, you can just use [] after the mouseover conditional to tell it to go to default if that doesn't work.
Edited by Ratatoskr on 10/4/2012 12:47 PM PDT
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#show Wild Charge
/cast [mod:alt,stance:0/1/3,@focus] Wild Charge
/cast [stance:0/1/3,@mouseover] wild charge
/cast [stance:0/1/3,@target] wild charge
/cast [stance:2/4/5] wild charge

You're telling it to cast at your mouseover regardless of whether you have a mouseover, so it hits that line and stops with a failure if you don't have one or it's dead.

Try this:
#show Wild Charge
/cast [mod:alt,stance:0/1/3,@focus] Wild Charge
/cast [stance:0/1/3,@mouseover,exists,nodead][] Wild Charge


Since your last two lines are just casting Wild Charge at your target in any of your stances, which is the default behavior, you can just use [] after the mouseover conditional to tell it to go to default if that doesn't work.


Pretty much this is the reason, although I'd use help over exists, assuming Wild Charge only works against allys, and I wouldn't waste two lines on it.

#showtooltip
/cast [mod:alt, form:0/1/3,@focus][@mouseover,help,nodead,form:0/1/3][] Wild Charge
Edited by Inien on 10/4/2012 4:54 PM PDT
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