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#1 Aug 22 2010 at 6:47 PM Rating: Decent
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Does anyone have a list of commands out there for FFXIV? I've tried some of the commands from FFXI, but most don't seem to work, i.e. /sea all doesn't return a search for whose online on your server.

If someone has a link to them, can you please share it?

If not, I'm willing to collect them and update this thread with them.

Thanks!
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FFXIV:
PL (40) CRP (32) CON (27) ALC (17) THM (15) GSM (15)


FFXI (Retired):
PLD [75] RDM [75] WAR [75] BRD [75] NIN [75] SAM [75]


#2 Aug 22 2010 at 7:03 PM Rating: Excellent
/chatmode works, but you have to type it all the way out.
#3 Aug 22 2010 at 7:07 PM Rating: Excellent
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In addition to

/p - party chat
/l - linkshell chat
/sh - shout
/s - say
/t Firstname Lastname - tell

there is also:
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Entering a text command starting with the “/” key allows players to change equipment, use abilities, and perform other various actions.
*During the Beta Test, the following text commands can be used.

/?
Displays the help message associated with that command. Works with abbreviated commands as well.

Format:
/? [text command]

Example:
/? action
Will display the help message for the /action command in the log window.


/chatmode
Sets the default chat mode.
When setting the chat mode to “Tell,” you will also need to designate the PC with whom to chat.
If you do not enter the chat mode to use, the currently set chat mode will be displayed.

Format:
/chatmode [chat mode]

Example:
/chatmode party
Will set the default chat mode to “Party.”


/action (/ac)
Performs a designated action on a designated character.
Cannot be used in areas where certain actions cannot be performed, or if you cannot remember the name of the action to perform.

Format:
/action [action name] [sub-command [target]

Sub-commands:
Main Hand (main) Performs an action equipped to the main hand.
Off Hand (sub) Performs an action equipped to the off hand.
Nothing Performs an action equipped to the main hand.

Example:
/action cure main me or /action cure me
Cures yourself with a Cure spell equipped to your main hand.

Note:
If you want to use an action equipped to your off hand, you will need to designate so with a sub-command.


Example:
/action shield bash sub [target]
If you want to use the action equipped to your off hand and you enter /action shield bash [target], the command will end in an error.


/equipaction (/eaction)
Equip an action to a slot.
If an action name is not entered, the action equipped to that slot will be unequipped. However, you cannot unequip class-specific actions.
You can designate any slot from 1 to 30.

Format:
/equipaction [slot number] [action name] [sub-command]

Sub-commands:
Main Hand (main) Performs an action equipped to the main hand.
Off Hand (sub) Performs an action equipped to the off hand.
Nothing Performs an action equipped to the main hand.

Example:
/equipaction 10 cure main or /equipaction 10 cure
Equips the Cure spell to the main hand and sets it to slot number 10.

Note:
If you want to equip an action to your off hand, you will need to designate so with a sub-command.

Example:
/equipaction 10 shield bash sub
If you need to equip the action to your off hand and you enter /equipaction 10 shield bash, the command will end in an error.


/equip
Equip an item to a gear slot. If an item name is not entered, the item equipped to that gear slot will be unequipped.

Format:
/equip [gear slot] [item name]

Gear Slots:
Main Hand (main)
Off Hand (sub)
Throwing weapon (throwing)
Pack (pack)
Pouch (pouch)
Head (head)
Body (body)
Body (clothing) (shirt)
Legs (legs)
Legs (clothing) (garment)
Hands (hands)
Feet (feet)
Waist (waist)
Neck (neck)
Right Ear (R.ear)
Left Ear (L.ear)
Right Wrist (R.wrist)
Left Wrist (L.wrist)
Right Index Finger (R.index)
Left Index Finger (L.index)
Right Ring Finger (R.ring)
Left Ring Finger (L.ring)

Example:
/equip main gladius
Equips a gladius to your main hand.

*During the Beta Test, performing the /equip and /equipaction commands multiple times in row may result in the actions’ performance being delayed.


There is no /sea, no /map, no <call> and no keyboard shortcut for chat modes and replies. You can do pseudo-replies by pressing the up arrow in an active chat prompt to bring up the last entered message, then backspace as far as the name. **** sucks, I know.
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#4 Aug 22 2010 at 7:12 PM Rating: Excellent
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Yeah, i'm hoping most of the old (FFXI) style commands make it into retail. No way of knowing untill release though.
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#5 Aug 22 2010 at 9:38 PM Rating: Decent
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Thanks for the replies!

Yeah, I was trying to reply to a tell, kept hitting CTRL-R, it and it would not bring the name up. I ended up doing /tell [name]

Appreciate what's been shared so far, if there are more, post them up!
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FFXIV:
PL (40) CRP (32) CON (27) ALC (17) THM (15) GSM (15)


FFXI (Retired):
PLD [75] RDM [75] WAR [75] BRD [75] NIN [75] SAM [75]


#6 Sep 06 2010 at 10:20 AM Rating: Decent
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Hit spacebar, then press CTRL+R

Edited, Sep 6th 2010 12:21pm by embeforaSiren
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