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The MQ2 window commandeers output from /loc and /whotarget. Is there a way to send those back to regular chat? I don't need to unload the whole thing, just those two commands. If not, I will deal with it. Since I am not very techy, I just keep that window closed all the time, since my screen space is limited..
 
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The MQ2 window commandeers output from /loc and /whotarget. Is there a way to send those back to regular chat? I don't need to unload the whole thing, just those two commands. If not, I will deal with it. Since I am not very techy, I just keep that window closed all the time, since my screen space is limited..
you can use mq2chat if you want mq2 stuff to go into regular chat windows

/plugin mq2chat

you can use mq2chatwnd to have the independent window or just unload it if you don't want it /plugin mq2chatwnd unload

Other thread about the two > here <

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The MQ2 window commandeers output from /loc and /whotarget. Is there a way to send those back to regular chat? I don't need to unload the whole thing, just those two commands. If not, I will deal with it. Since I am not very techy, I just keep that window closed all the time, since my screen space is limited..
you can use mq2chat if you want mq2 stuff to go into regular chat windows

/plugin mq2chat

you can use mq2chatwnd to have the independent window or just unload it if you don't want it /plugin mq2chatwnd unload

Other thread about the two > here <
 
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