Useful commands

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This page lists various commands you may find useful.

General[edit]

Command Description
/toggleinspect off Prevents you from automatically inspecting anyone you click on.
/note Opens up the note window where you enter text (automatically saved for the character).
/report [Name] Records the last 20? lines in your chat window which the given name. This name can be referenced in a petition to allow the GM to view that report. Note that reporting by itself does nothing.
/safelock [password] Locks or unlocks your session to prevent someone else (like you kid or cat) from playing it.
/bug Opens up a window where you can submit bug information.
/camp desktop
/camp server
Camps you directly to the Windows desktop or server selection screen.
/charinfo Tells you where you are bound.
/played Gives your character creation date and total time played.
/key Lists the keys currently on your key ring.
/log Turns on/off logging to a text file. Note that the displayed filename is incorrect.
/gems Displays the in-game Gems mini-game.
/time Displays the current local and in-game time.
/help normal
/help emote
/help guild
/help voice
/help chat
Lists various commands (not exhaustive but can help).
/alt activate [number] Directly activate an AA.
/alt list List all current alt-activate AA codes that your current character can use.
/tgb [on/off] Enable/disable casting of group buffs on another group (tgb = Target Group Buff).
/outputfile inventory
/outputfile spellbook
/outputfile missingspells
/outputfile guild
/outputfile raid
Outputs a text file to your EQ folder containing the relevant information.
/alt on [1-100] Sets the precise amount of alternate experience to earn from 1 to 100%. This allows you to set it to any value (like 65%) unlike with the alt-advance slider which only allows multiples of ten.

Guild[edit]

Command Description
/guildstatus [Name] Gives the guild status of the given player or your target (member, officer, or guild leader).

Corpse/Loot[edit]

Command Description
/consent group
/consent guild
/consent raid
Consent your group/guild/raid to drag your corpse. If you have multiple corpses you will need to issue the command multiple times. Note that these options can be

permanently set in your options.

/corpsedrag
/corpsedrop
Allows you to start and stop dragging the currently targetted corpse. Unlike /corpse you will drag a corpse continuously until you drop it. You can drag up to 2 corpses at a time.
/hidecorpse all Hide all corpses but your own.
/hidecorpse allbutgroup Hide all but group corpses.
/hidecorpse looted Hide corpses after you loot them.
/hidecorpse none Display all corpses previously hidden.
/hidecorpse listed Hides all corpses using advanced loot.

Graphics[edit]

Command Description
/dopropertinting on Apparently fixes some color issues with the Luclin models.
/shownames Turns the PC/NPC name display on and off.
/showname [1-4] Specifies which parts of player names to display (last name, title, guild, etc...).
/Dynamiclights [on/off] Turns dynamic lighting (for moving lights like spells or players) or on or off.

Chat[edit]

Command Description
/autojoin Channel1, Channel2, ... Sets which channels you join automatically when logging in.
/filter off Turns off the bad word filter, or similarly /filter on to replace such words with symbols.
/tt
/ttell
Sends a tell to your current target.
 ;tell server.name message Sends a tell to a character on another server.
[tell game.server.name message Sends a tell to a character playing another game.
/join [channel][:password] Attempts to join the given channel. A password is required if the channel is password protected.
/leave [channel] Leave the specified channel.
/leaveall Leave all currently joined channels.
/list List all currently joined channels.
/list [channel] List all players currently in the specified channel.
/announce [on/off] Turns on/off the announcements when a player leaves/joins a channel.
/[1-10] [message] Sends a message to the given chat number.
/chat help List chat commands.
/chat invite [name] [channel] Invites the given player to join the specified channel (or channel 1 if omitted).
/chat grant [name] [channel] Gives the given player moderator status in the specified channel (or channel 1 if omitted).
/chat password [password] [channel] Sets the password of the specified channel (or channel 1 if omitted). A passworded channel will disappear if empty for more than 24 hours (a regular channel disappears as soon as its empty).
/chat kick [name] [channel] Removes the given player from the specified channel (or channel 1 if omitted).
/chat moderate [channel] Sets or removes the specified channel (or channel 1 if omitted) to moderator mode. In this mode only players explicitly given permission can chat.
/chat voice [name] [channel] Sets or removes permission to speak in the specified moderated channel (or channel 1 if omitted).
/rs [message] Raid say.

Combat[edit]

Command Description
/assist off Does not turn on auto-attack when you /assist someone. Note this is a global setting and not per character (not-confirmed).
/combatmusic off Turns off the battle music. Can also be done under Options (Alt-O).
/serverfilter on When this is on some combat messages will not be sent from the server to your client. This can improve performance in some cases, particularly if you have a poor/slow network connection.

Tasks[edit]

Command Description
/dzhelp Displays a list of dynamic zone commands.
/dzadd [name] Adds/removes the given player to your current dynamic zone instance (if you are leader).
/tasktimers
/dzlisttimers
List your current lockout timers from previous tasks.
/kickplayers task
/kickplayers exp
Removes everyone from the task / expedition (if you are leader).

Pet[edit]

Command Description
/pet health
/pet report
Your pets reports its current health in % and all buffs.
/pet who leader Orders any pet to say who its master is.

Raid[edit]

Some also be set with the raid tool (Alt-R).

Command Description
/makeraidleader [name] Makes the given player the new raid leader.
/setloottype [1-3] Sets loot type for the raid (1=leader only, 2=leader/group leaders, 3=leader/designated people).
/removeraidlooter
/addraidlooter
Adds/removes your current target from the raid looter list.
/compareex Compares the characters in the raid with those in the expedition and lets you know who is not in both.

Spells[edit]

Command Description
/book [1-60] Opens your spellbook to the specific page.
/savespellset [name]
/memspellset [name]
Saves or loads a specific set of memorized spells by name.

Targeting[edit]

Command Description
/rt
/rtarget
Targets the last person who sent you a tell if they are in the same zone and within range.
/xtar <playername> Targets player regardless of range (in same zone).

Who[edit]

Command Description
/
/w
/who
Display all players in the current zone
/who afk Show all AFK players in the current zone.
/who lfg Show all players looking for a group in the current zone.
/who lfg all Show all players looking for a group in the entire server.
/who lfg all 65 70 Show all players in the entire server between levels 65 and 70 who are LFG.
/who all cle lfg 65 70 Show all clerics in the entire server between levels 65 and 70 who are LFG.
/who corpse Lists all of your corpses in the current zone.
/whot
/whotarget
Displays a who on your current target.

Macros[edit]

The following commands are multiple line commands, or macros, to be used with the /hotbutton command.

Title Command Description
Hotbutton /hotbutton [title] Use this command to create an empty hotbutton. Add the new button to your hotbar and right-click it to edit it again. You can have up to 5 commands in each hotbutton.
Pausing /pause [tenths] Use this command in hotbutton to pause for the given enths of a second (eg: 10 is 1 second). For example:
  /cast 1, /pause 20
  /pause 30, /cast 2

would cast your spell in slot #1, wait 2 seconds, then cast the spell in slot #2 and wait 3 seconds. It doesn't matter if the pause comes before or after the command...it always takes affect after the command is executed.

Timer /timer [tenths] Use this command in a macro to keep the button depressed for the length of the timer command.
Loot Macro
/target a_, /pause 1
/loot
This macro will loot most NPC corpses within range. This can be useful if the corpse is inside a wall or otherwise can't be targeted with the mouse.
Corpse Drag Helper
/corpse, /pause 2
/loc
/corpse, /pause 2
/loc
While /corpsedrag makes this less useful this macro can still help to manually drag a corpse. The /loc is to help your determine where you lost a corpse if you get out of range.
Buff Macro
/rt
/pause 3, /cast 2
/tt Going to blow your mind, %T!
/8 Casting buff on %T
/pause 3, /cast 2
Use this macro to setup easy buffing on the last person to give you a tell. Great for raids to help others keep track of who is buffing what. The two /cast lines are to catch any fizzles on the first cast. Change the chat channel (8), spell slot (2) and messages depending on your own setup./cast 1 (1 being minor healing)
Spell Practice
/cast 1, /pause 25
/cast 1, /pause 25
/cast 1, /pause 25
/cast 1, /pause 25
/cast 1, /pause 25

Casts the spell in your first slot 5 times in a row. You may need to adjust the pause time (25) depending on which spell your casting. This is great for practicing low level spells and you can use a similar method to catch fizzles (use a lower pause).

Range Pulling
/pause 5,/bandolier activate pull
/pause 5,/autofire on
/pause5,/autofire off
/bandolier activate normal
/g Spring the trap! %t %o %r are our enemies!
To use this macro create a bandolier set named pull with a ranged item and a set named normal with your regular melee weapons. Target a mob to attack and use this macro to pull.
Bard Fade
/g Fading Memories
/stopsong
/attack off
/alt activate 212
A helpful macro a Bard can use to quickly fade. You can use a similar macro for many other abilities.
Double Assist
/target [main assist]
/pause 1
/assist
/pause 1
/assist
Edit the macro with the name of your main group/raid assist or simply leave it blank to use your current target. When used you do a double-assist to see who the target of your main assist is attacking.

Useitem[edit]

usage: /useitem <slot> <subindex>

  • Slot definitions:
    • Charm = 0
    • Left Ear = 1
    • Head = 2
    • Face = 3
    • Right Ear = 4
    • Neck = 5
    • Shoulders = 6
    • Arms = 7
    • Back = 8
    • Left Wrist = 9
    • Right Wrist = 10
    • Range = 11
    • Hands = 12
    • Primary = 13
    • Secondary = 14
    • Left Ring = 15
    • Right Ring = 16
    • Chest = 17
    • Legs = 18
    • Feet = 19
    • Waist = 20
    • Power Source = 21
    • Ammo = 22
    • Bag Slot 1 = 23
    • Bag Slot 2 = 24
    • Bag Slot 3 = 25
    • Bag Slot 4 = 26
    • Bag Slot 5 = 27
    • Bag Slot 6 = 28
    • Bag Slot 7 = 29
    • Bag Slot 8 = 30
    • Bag Slot 9 = 31
    • Bag Slot 10 = 32
  • Subindex: Only used if slot is a bag. Bag slot number starting at 0, left to right, top to bottom.

Credit[edit]

Most of the information here is from EQ Wiki's Useful Commands article.