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Lets you semi-automatically insert your target's, focus', or own class, race, level, and other information in chat. Useful especially for PVP or RP macros.
This is done by adding new substitution strings. For example:
<target> – your target's name
<targetclass> – your target's class
<race> – your race
<pettype> – your combat pet's type (voidwalker, imp, cat, bear, etc.)
So, for example, you could macro:
/3 spotted <targetpvp> level <targetlevel> <targetrace> <targetclass> named <target> at <position>
target someone, and it would send out something like:
"spotted flagged level 21 human warrior named Joe at 34.2,64.3"
On the RP side, it can fill in pronouns for you:
so, you could do a macro like:
/em walks up to <target>, puts <hisher> arm around <targethisher> shoulders, and gives <targethimher> a squeeze.
ChatSubs should work in all channels — say, emote, yell, raid, bg, defense, trade, global, even player-created channels.
When characters are at a premium, you can also use shorter substitution strings, modelled off of WoW's %t and %f functionality.
More details in the README.TXT included.