This is your chance to meet and talk all things FFXI with like-minded adventurers and old friends in historical Boston. Guests can enjoy drinks, snacks, and fun trivia with amazing prizes! To make the event extra special, we will be joined by two distinguished guests from the FFXI development team, Director Yoji Fujito and Producer Akihiko Matsui. Your macros save every time you zone or log off. They are stored client side. If you want to transfer macros/config settings: ... Nasomi Community FFXI Server ... , Simply copy the USER folder from your previous installation to the new one. The USER folder can be found in "C:\Program Files (x86)\NasomiXI\SquareEnix\FINAL FANTASY XI\". Transferring Macros and Configs from another server. Macros are stored in your USER folder, in folders that are named according to your SERVER SPECIFIC character ID. , Due to Mediawiki's inability to show the "♪" symbol, mount items are called "<Name> Mount". Future items will follow this scheme. Introduced in the April 2016 Version Update, mounts are a new type of transportation similar to Chocobo riding. Quest trackingYes you could save them you just had to do it yourself to save them on to the server by doing the following. Also this was added years ago which was a nice addon to FFXI every sense that i can load my Macro on my PS2 or any PC i was using at the time. The command //exec NAMEOFSCRIPT.txt will load the file. I'm guessing your problem is a lack of alias maybe, or incorrect macro syntax. As long as its in the correct folder it should be fine. Id reconmend making one script per job, as opposed to one per WS, JA etc. That way u can macro aliases ingame for easier useage.
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Backing up Macros to FFXI servers. I know consoles will lose support sometime this year, but if anyone is planning to move over to PC and doesn't want to remake their macros, I posted the instructions below on how to save everything to the server so you can just load them up and start gaming. /ja "Trick Attack" <me> /wait 1 /ja "Sneak Attack" <me> /wait 1 /ws "whatever" <t> I recommend doing Trick Attack first because occasionally your macros will lag and the middle part won't go off, so you'll just Sneak Attack + Shark Bite something and get yourself killed pretty quickly. This topic is an informational topic on how to create and use Macros in FFXI as well as other basic system commands. There are two things that will be discussed in this topic: 1) Text commands; 2) System variables that the player has access to; there will also be examples on how to write macros and use various commands.
Not sure where to actually post this, as I know the official Tech Support forum probably won't cover this (as it is most likely "unsupported"), but basically I have a situation: I have an 8-year old computer with like 4GB of RAM, AthlonXP Dual-Core 2.5Ghz or some such and it runs rather slow.
A Macro is a way to execute a sequence of commands that are commonly used. They can be used to cast spells, activate job abilities or weapon skills, use a pet command, change equipment, notify players in a text channel, or display information to yourself. If you think that running a skill up script will get you banned you are delusional. On most servers you will likely find an army of anon Blm bots farming reives using the same-ish method in Marjami/Outer and they do this 24/7 for months without so much as a temp ban. A community for those with interest in Square Enix's original MMORPG, Final Fantasy XI (FFXI, FF11). Active nearly two decades, FFXI has over a dozen active servers, receives monthly updates, and is tied to Nexon's unreleased Final Fantasy XI R mobile project. This topic is an informational topic on how to create and use Macros in FFXI as well as other basic system commands. There are two things that will be discussed in this topic: 1) Text commands; 2) System variables that the player has access to; there will also be examples on how to write macros and use various commands. Again, find whatever suits you. Aim for a mixture of Enhancing Skill+ and Enhancing Duration+. Keep Arabatel Bracers for Perpetuance. This set is very user-dependent, you only need to hit the Cure Potency cap of 50% then equip Healing Magic+/MND+. The order of importance is: Cure Potency > Healing Ski Anyone know where macros are saved in FFXI folder? If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.