This is my talk page, please feel free to contact me here by adding a comment. --DrDoom (talk) 19:40, 30 April 2009 (UTC)
Thanks for the feedback and the compromise. I just really felt that if the [target=unit] was listed I feel [@unit] should be listed as well, if not in replacement to [target=unit], as it has saved me a ton of character space in macros. And I would like to apologize for the rollback with no reason; I'm pretty new at the wiki thing and am not privy to a lot of the etiquette. Taurolyon (talk) 03:00, January 13, 2010 (UTC)
- No hard feelings, the Macro pages were the first thing I've ever done on it, everyone has to start somewhere. They're my babies! --DrDoom (talk) 04:14, January 13, 2010 (UTC)
I don't play anymore. Is votekick really an exact alias for uninvite? The two functions seem different; one is obligatorily issued from the leader and one is for the rest of the group to decide. --Sky (talk) 06:06, 4 August 2011 (UTC)
- Yes it is, I obtained all of the command information by scanning the in-game environment using an addon I wrote, votekick is listed as an alias for uninvite. All of the commands execute the same function, regardless of the name. Here is the list of variables that contain that information:
SLASH_UNINVITE1 = "/u" SLASH_UNINVITE10 = "/votekick" SLASH_UNINVITE2 = "/un" SLASH_UNINVITE3 = "/kick" SLASH_UNINVITE4 = "/uninvite" SLASH_UNINVITE5 = "/u" SLASH_UNINVITE6 = "/un" SLASH_UNINVITE7 = "/uninvite" SLASH_UNINVITE8 = "/kick" SLASH_UNINVITE9 = "/votekick"
- As you can see, all of these commands point to the same function. --DrDoom (talk) 00:56, 5 August 2011 (UTC)