Fixed a bug where the interface sometimes inappropriately prevented you from making new macros
Fixed a bug that caused the "Change Name/Icon" window to sometimes be unresponsive
Now the "Change Name/Icon" always deselects the icon when it opens so that you don't accidentally change the icon of one of your macros
Fixed a bug where the button on the macro frame that opens SDM would sometimes appear in the wrong place.
Re-enabled the text that shows how many more button macros you can create
Fixed a minor error that occurs when running SDM for the first time
When attempting to pick up a macro during combat, you will get an error message created by SDM instead of Blizzard's "Interface action failed due to an addon".
Updated for version 4.0 - you will lose any custom icons for your macros. Sorry!
Fixed the Send/Receive feature; now you can share macros with your friends again, as long as you are both using the latest version.
Fixed a bug where buttons on the SDM frame would sometimes stretch away
Many UI Improvements
The SDM frame now hides when you press escape!
Added more tooltips; still more to come
Fixed a bug where the macro list sometimes became unclickable
Upgraded macros will now appropriately change their icons based on the macro code (unless an icon other than the Question Mark icon was selected). If you upgraded a macro with version 2.1, you will need to manually change the icon to the Question Mark icon.
Added a "Downgrade" button that converts a Super Duper macro into a standard macro
Added a "Claim"/"Disown" button that allows you to have a single character-specific macro or script that applies to multiple characters
Added a "Save As..." button that allows you to save an existing macro as a different type or character...
To view recent changes, click the "Change Log" tab at the top of this page.
Open the in-game interface by typing /sdm
This addon allows you to create macros beyond the 255-character limit, and even beyond the 1023-character macrotext limit. However, no individual line in a macro may be more than 1023 characters long (you will get a warning). The number of lines is unlimited. Super Duper Macro also allows you to share macros with your friends in-game.
This mod allows you to make two types of macros:
Button macros are just like regular macros, but they can be as long as you want. You cannot make an unlimited number of them; they share a limit with your regular macros (36 global and 18 character-specific for each character).
Floating macros do not have buttons, and are accessed by /click. You can make as many of these as you want.
You can also make lua scripts of unlimited length that you can call using "/sdm run " or via sdm_RunScript("name")
If you find this addon useful, I encourage you to consider contributing to its development via PayPal by clicking this link. You will be showing your appreciation for the time I've spent getting this addon to the point it's at now, and you will also make it possible for me to continue to set aside time to make it even better.
Suggestions and bug reports are always welcome. You can post comments on the wowinterface.com page for this addon, or if you want to add something yourself, you can upload it in the "Optional Files" tab.
Special thanks to:
SuperMacro, which inspired the idea for this addon.
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