3. I don't know if this is possible anymore... but is it possible to set hotkeys to execute macro code without actually going into the macro interface and create a new macro? Like if you just want to do a simple macro that is this:
Do you have to go into the Macro interface, create a new macro with this code, then use something like SpellBinder to hotkey it? OR, is it possible to build an addon (or build in functionality into SpellBinder or something), where you open the interface, type in some macro code, and then set a hotkey for it, and never actually 'create' an actual macro? Like the macro code you just hotkey'ed would NOT show up in the normal WoW Macro interface. Is that possible? The reason I ask is because I play WoW on multiple computers. I hate going from one place to another and my Macro's have to be all recreated again. I'd rather just have that stuff in the WTF folder I can copy over if this was possible.
Also, is it possible to set spells and such to more than 2 keys? If so...
I'll join in, awesome mod. Makes life with a G15 very easy. I setup a WoW profile for my G15 that has the keys CTRL-ALT-1 through CTRL-ALT-= and then set my macros and spells in Spellbind with ease. This way I still have the normal 1-= and NumPad keys for other things. Oooh crazy...
Best mod ever, thank you. I now officially only use my action bars as a visual reminder... haven't clicked a button there once since I started using this. I may just get rid of them altogether.
I've been leveling up some new toons recently, and I've noticed that I always have to rebind spells at level 2 (to get the "cast highest" option). A very very minor inconvienence, but it would be nice if I could set the binding when I first get the level 1 spell to use highest and not redo it when I acquire level 2.
It doesn't show "no rank" selection for spells with only 1 rank. It's bad when you leveling and have only rank 1 spell because you need to rebind to "no rank" spell when you get rank 2. But it's much much worse for rogues/warriors for example because they always have 1 rank of skill so have to rebind always. Would be nice to fix that in some way.
This would be a nice extra feature, if it would be easy enough to add. Although, my understanding of SpellBinder (limited as it is) was that it was just a sort of proof-of-concept addon, so I'm not sure we should expect any huge updates really. But hey, just in case: it would be great if it were possible to include left-clicks in bindings. :) (Then I could get rid of a couple of other mods that I only have installed for that purpose.)
Nifty little addon though, well made and proving very durable (even if I'm right about the PoC thing and this was unintentional! :)).
Sorry for necroing. Didn't want to start a new thread when Spellbinder technically had an official one.
Is there any way to get Spellbinder to recognize Mouse4 and Mouse5? I don't know if it recognizes mouse3 since I don't like using the scroll wheel button, but while WoW's keybindings will recognize Mouse4 and 5, Spellbinder will not.
I had the same experience yesterday, Spellbinder was mapping G-keys as control-lcontrol. I made some hidden actionbars with Bartender and bound my keys via default Blizzard keybindings way and those understood my keybindings ok. I have a G15 keyboard with G-keys mapped as Shift-1 to Shift-0 and continuing with shift-F1 to Shift-F8.
(Incidentally, my issue is with myBindings2 - which has a very similar (exactly the same?) line in it. (There's a bit more code that needs tweaking as well, but your post was exactly enough to be able to figure out the rest.))
I was wondering, if Spellbinder was ever going to be improved upon? At it's core, its a fantastic addon, one that is not very well known in the Ace community buts its one of my essential mods.
Some improvements I would recommend:
1. I've never seen any type of FuBar plugin for it (or maybe Rock interface now)
2. As far as I know there aren't command lines for it besides /spellbinder. Would be nice to at least have profiles.
3. The ability to have different sets of keybindings and be able to swap between them on the fly (might not be possible in combat I'm not sure).
One of the things I love about SpellBinder is its simplicity. I like that it doesn't have a FuBar plugin, profiles, savable keybinding sets, scrolling combat text output, and a million other features. It does one thing, simply and well, and I hope to see it continue to do that one thing as simply and as well for a long time. :)