MULTIBOXING COMMANDS

Sample hotkeys

Sink into water

Make a hotkey that sends whatever key is bound to Down in the game. Let’s assume that key is Z. Do not use your normal Down key as the trigger.

Hotkey ( F1 )
{
   Key ( Z )
}
To use that key, tap it once. Your toons will go from above water to under water. Now you’re finished with that key. Tap your “stick to driver” key. Now move your driver normally and the other toons will follow.

Rise out of water

Make a hotkey that sends whatever key is bound to Up in the game. Let’s assume that key is A.
Hotkey ( F2 )
{
   Key ( A )
}

To use that key, place your toons right below the surface. Tap the key once. Your toons will go from below water to above water. Now you’re finished with that key. Tap your “stick to driver” key. Now move your driver normally and the other toons will follow.

Turn off hotkeys when typing in DAOC chat

Hotkey ( Shift Enter Passthrough )
{
   Foreground ( daoc )   
   ToggleHotkeys ()
}

Port a team with one click

Place all your toons near a teleporter, press this hotkey, and a little window will open in the middle of DAOC. Type your destination in the window, press return, and all your toons will say the destination to the porter — and whooosh, off they go.

Hotkey ( F9 )
{
   PortTeam()
}

On some computers it may be necessary to make Mojo wait a little while between porting each toon. In this second example, Mojo waits 1300 milliseconds:

Hotkey ( F10 )
{
   PortTeam ( 1300 )
}

Port a team silently one click

Because PortTeam uses /say, everybody around you can see where you’re going. For a silent version of PortTeam that uses /whisper, use the following hotkey.

Here’s how to use Echo to make a silent version of PortTeam. This assumes that your driver has the teleporter targeted.

When the little box pops up, type “/whisper <destination>.”

Hotkey ( Ctrl P )
{
   description ( "Silent PortTeam" )
   
   // replace "driver" with
   // your driver's name
   
   slash ( "/assist driver" );
   
   // No wait needed here because
   // manual typing causes a delay
   
   Echo ( 1300 )
}

This page was first published on November 22, 2017 and last modified on November 22, 2017