Dance commands!

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With apologies to Noivad!
So you're wondering how to do a little dance. Lucky for you there are several commands that you can use and conveniently place them in a macro.
The basic command is /pose <type> [<direction]. Following are some of the different types of poses.

  • /pose akimbo/pose akimbo
  • /pose celebrate/pose celebrate
  • /pose attack north/pose attack north
  • /pose attack south/pose attack south
  • /pose attack east/pose attack east
  • /pose attack west/pose attack west
  • /pose leanleft/pose leanleft
  • /pose leanright/pose leanright


The fun comes from being able to string these into a macro. Like the dances.txt file I include in my default macro file.

dances.txt

// dances....
// 20061130: Updated to make it a two char invocation, otherwise you can't vote on choice d.

"dc" call @text
aki
{
"/pose akimbo \r"
pause 1
"/pose attack left \r"
pause 1
"/pose leanleft \r"
pause 1
"/pose attack right \r"
pause 1
"/pose leanright \r"
pause 1
"/pose attack south \r"
"/pose attack north \r"
pause 1
"/pose attack north \r"
"/pose attack south \r"
pause 1
"/pose akimbo \r"
pause 1
"/pose attack right \r"
pause 1
"/pose leanright \r"
pause 1
"/pose attack left \r"
pause 1
"/pose leanleft \r"
pause 1
"/pose sit \r"
}
vog
{
"/pose celebrate \r"
"/pose leanleft \r" "/pose leanright \r"
pause 1
"/pose leanleft \r" "/pose leanright \r"
"/pose sit \r"
}
//end of dances.txt

To use you simply type dc and the name of the dance like this:
dc aki
dc vog
or better yet rewrite the macro to connect to a special key like ALT+F5 or MacKey+F5....