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This command is added by EverQuest, MacroQuest

Syntax Key
Notation Description
Text without brackets or braces Required items
<Text inside angle brackets> Placeholder for which you must supply a value
[Text inside square brackets] Optional items
Vertical bar (|) Separator for mutually exclusive items; choose one
{Text | inside | braces} Set of required items; choose one
Ellipsis () Items that can be repeated
Syntax /filter [ skills | macros | mq | mq2data | target | debug | money | encumber | food | name | zrange ] <option>
Description Opens the "Options" window to the "Chat" tab. MacroQuest extends this command to allow filtering more messages, such as the annoying "You are out of food and drink" alert.


Category Option Description
MacroQuest skills [all|increase|none] all will filter all skill related messages. increase filters out skill increases only. none turns the filtering off.
macros [all|enhanced|none|macroended] all will filter all macro messages, except for macro end. enhanced does nothing. none turns the filtering off.
mq [on|off] Filters out any plugin, Lua or macro messages. If you want a quiet MQ window, this is for you.
mq2data [on|off] Toggles filtering of MQ2Data Errors
target [on|off] Toggle the filtering of "target lost" messages.
debug [on|off] Toggles filtering of debug messages.
money [on|off] Toggles filtering of money messages when looting.
encumber [on|off] Toggles filtering of encumbrance messages.
food [on|off] Filters out the annoying "You are thirsty. You are hungry. You are out of food and drink" messages once and for all.
name [on|off|add|remove] <name> Adds or removes a customer filter for the <name> provided. See examples below.
zrange <#>


/filter name add Joe - This will add a filter that ignores all lines that start with "Joe"
/filter name add *Joe - This will add a filter that ignores all lines that have "Joe" anywhere in them

See also