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I am trying to bind a emote with a key

heres what i have but i keep getting a error saying command not found

/bind LALT+NUM1 $$ /petcom_all Dance $$ /petsay_all Testing 123

 

any hints tips etc

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Posted (edited)

Try this one.

/bind LALT+NUMPAD1 beginchat "/petsayall I'm Dancin'!$$petsayall <em dance>"

 

 

Edited by ArchVileTerror
"NUMPAD", not "NUM"

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4 hours ago, Houdini said:

/bind LALT+NUM1 $$ /petcom_all Dance $$ /petsay_all Testing 123

Do this:

/bind LALT+NUM1 "petcom_all Dance$$petsay_all Testing 123"


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22 hours ago, Redlynne said:

Do this:

/bind LALT+NUM1 "petcom_all Dance$$petsay_all Testing 123"

worked tyvm

I was thinking of building a app in C#  to help with binding etc

I can add the bind to a power slot tray correct.

 

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44 minutes ago, Houdini said:

I can add the bind to a power slot tray correct.

As a bind ... no.

As a macro ... yes ... kinda ... by putting the macro into that tray slot.


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trying to bind a specific emote to a key. where do i find a list of the codes for the emote? the one I want is the idle emote juggle fire  - want to bind it to, say, the j key

 

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8 hours ago, JZo said:

trying to bind a specific emote to a key. where do i find a list of the codes for the emote? the one I want is the idle emote juggle fire  - want to bind it to, say, the j key

 

Same as the slash command.  If you can type it, you can /bind it.

bind j em jugglefire

Just omit the / on a command when entering a bind.   To remove a bind, use either:

bind j nop

-OR-

unbind j

(nop = no operation, a blank command that does nothing.)

 

The emote list on ParagonWiki is a good place to find them.  There's also a list of key names.  (Which gets weird at points when you consider the right side number pad on a full keyboard.)  Bear in mind costume change emotes are triggered differently (/cce, requires a costume slot #, and same limits on changing costumes apply via bind or menu) as well as flight pose emotes, which only work while in the air.

Edited by GM Tahquitz

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