Mojo

How to Change Qbars with Hotkeys

Trigger any slot on any bank on any qbar with Mojo in Dark Age of Camelot (DAOC).

I’ll explain this with an example. Suppose you want to make a hotkey that triggers slot 3 on bank 7 on the Alt quickbar. Either of these will work:

Hotkey ( F1 )
{
  Key ( Shift Alt 7 )
  Key ( Alt 3 )
}

Or

Hotkey ( F1 )
{
  Slash ( "/qbar 7 2" )
  Key ( Alt 3 )
}

In each hotkey, the first command changes the Alt qbar to bank 7. The second command triggers the qbar icon.

In the second example, 2 refers to the Alt qbar (it’s the second qbar in Mythic’s numbering scheme).

The strange case of bank 10, qbar 3

Here’s a work-around for an obscure bug in DAOC involving bank 10 on the Ctrl quickbar. This bug was reported by Stormbow on DAOC’s official Discord server on June 8, 2020. The following key combination is supposed to be built into the game, and should switch to that bank, but it doesn’t work:

Ctrl Shift 0

To work around the bug, make a hotkey like this with Mojo:

Hotkey ( Ctrl Shift 0 )
{
   Foreground ( daoc )
   Slash ( "/qbar 10 3" )
}

This page was first published on April 16, 2020 and last modified on June 15, 2020

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