Instead of having to double click equipment to equip or unequip it, you can use a macro for the same effect. While you can now equip two sets of weapons and swap between them using the F12 button, this advanced method is useful for characters wishing to swap between multiple sets, or to swap only one weapon and not the other.Benefits:
Using a macro is much faster than double clicking.
Items can be equipped/unequipped even when the inventory panel isn't open.
Multiple items can be equipped and unequipped at the same time.Drawbacks:
Each time an item is upgraded/engraved, the macro has to be modified.
If you have several such macros, using the wrong one can be both hazardous and confusing.Using Macros:
Once you have a macro set, either hold down 'Alt' and press the key assigned to the macro, or click the 'ALT' button in Dream Seeker and press the key assigned to the macro. The second option is easier but will result in spammed error messages if you press keys without assigned macros.Setting Up Macros:
In Dream Seeker, click Options>Preferences and click the Macros tab. Press any key to set a macro for that particular key. Just type the desired macro string into the input prompt once you select a key under the Macros tab. To equip or unequip items, we'll be using .dblclick, which will take the form ".dblclick [equipment name]". Some examples are shown below.
item name: macro string
Rapier: .dblclick rapier
Standard Scimitar: .dblclick standard-scimitar
Flame-Saber: .dblclick flame\-saber
Gaku's Pike: .dblclick gaku\'s-pike
To equip or unequip multiple items at once, separate macro strings with "\n".
Using all of the examples together, you can unequip an elemental engraved weapon with a suffix and equip another one at the same time using a macro string like this:
.dblclick gaku\'s-buster-aero\-sword-of-the-leech\n.dblclick gaku\'s-grand-scimitar-of-the-bearRelated: Shops, Blacksmiths, and EquippingFAQ Index