Apparently, there is this really cool tool offered up in the standard interface called macros. My current macros are:
/use 13 /use 14
That’s it. I am totally stumped and often overwhelmed by this hidden part of the interface. I have sometimes gone beyond my comfort zone and created a macro attaching my trinkets to a specific spell cast, but that, as they say is that. But there is help!
Despite my own personal ignorance about the full utility of macro use, I have nevertheless run across Fitzcairn’s Macro Explain-o-matic, which is a mecca of macro goodness.
Explain a Macro
See a macro that looks intriguing. Have a macro idea, but it just isn’t performing as intended? Run it through the Explain-o-matic and it will provide a reasonable (i.e. human speak) explanation of what the macro does as well as flagging potential breaks in the code. Also comes with a nifty handbook to explain its functionality in greater detail.
I don’t know how many times I’ve been looking for a macro and end up relegated to a gold-selling / guide-selling site. Ugh. Firtzcairn provides a great resource of basic macro knowledge (i.e. I’m a noob, HALP!) as well as other macro resource sites.
I wish you luck on your macro journey — and hey, I might even learn a thing or two!