I'm sorry if this is posted in the wrong area... I've tried to find a thread that deals specifically with keybinds but my searchfu is not strong apparently.
I would like to know if there is a command that lets me see if my CombatLog is on, or off.
I also would like to keybind Ctrl+Alt+C to turn on my Combat log on, and include feedback in my chat window telling the log is on...and Ctrl+Shift+C to turn off my CombatLog, with feedback telling me the log is off.
Can someone pleas help?
I figured out how to find the state of the CombatLog. It shows in the window I have System feedback on when I tyep "/CombatLog".
I would like to know if there is a way to capture that and send it in a tell to me, so I don't have to have System Feedback on. Because all that yellow text just fills my chat window.
Last edited by astimingpyle; 11-08-2013 at 09:56 AM.
The easiest way to maintain keybinds is to place them all within the same file. This is a generic text file located within your Star Trek Online/Live program folder. You can then load this file in the game using /bind_load_file <filename>.txt
Control+Alt+c "combatLog 1 $$ Playersay Combat log is on."
Control+Shift+c "combatLog 0 $$ Playersay Combat log is off."
I think these binds are what you're looking for, although I am not ingame to test if they are correct. I also don't know a way to send yourself a tell, but these do give you a little chat bubble above your character that will tell you if it's on or off. I am unsure if other players can see this, but I haven't had anyone yet comment on my own.
Thank you very much!
So, "Playersay," it acts kind of like an emote, do others see what I say when use it? If so, is there a way I can send a tell to myself or some otherway to note to myself alone and not to others near me that I turned my combatlog on or off?