So this might be an overly complicated/long post
Here is my current setup in AMR
I am trying to make macros to change gear/specs so I don’t have to open the AMR Show window each time.
If I am currently in Holy Spec/gear, and I do a simple macro of
/amr equip 1
Then everything works fine, I go to shadow spec, and then I equip my shadow gear. All is good
However, if I am currently in Holy-Dungeon spec and gear, and I want to go in to my Raid gear/spec and I do a macro of
/amr equip 2
Then it will equip my Raid gear, but it will not activate my Raid talents. I assume this is because it doesn’t actually know I have 2 different talent sets for the 2 different gear sets.
I tried to make a slightly different macro that reads:
/amr equip 2
However it appears that the /run and /amr commands don’t like each other in the same macro.
Separately both of these macros do exactly what you’d want them to do. Together in the same macro the /run command seems to bully out the /amr command it and never does anything. No matter what order they are in the macro. I noticed that in the tip section the macro example includes a “no arg = cycle”. I’m not sure what this command specifically does, but having it in the macro line does not seem to effect anything.
I assume it would work fine if there was the ability to make a /wait 5 line between the 2 lines, but blizzard macros do not allow for a pause command in them. I can simply click the macro, wait for the talent change casting bar to finish, and then click the same macro again, and then the /amr command will run, probably because the /run command did nothing since I had those talents active already. But sometimes I just happen to either miss or forget to click it that 2nd time.
I’m just wondering if there is something I am missing/overlooking, or something else I could try