MacroKey Mod implements the MacroKey Keybinding to Minecraft so that you can bind commands to keys. If you find yourself in a situation when you need to access a command fast; this mod will be a perfect choice for you; it makes your life faster, easier and more convenient.
This MacroKey is very easy to use and understand. All you have to do is open up GUI, type in your powerful commands and press the button to bind a key. This mod is extremely an effective tool for those who love using Macro stuff.
Keybinding Manager: With the keybinding manager you can manage all active (and inactive keybindings), you can easily rebind and remove them.
If you use a key that already is being used by vanilla, you will get a gold warning. No panic, It’s just a reminder!
View your Keybindings in Chat: By executing /bind list in the chat, it will show all current keybindings
The default GUI button is set to K: (you are able to change this in your *game* control options.) You are also able to open the GUI from the options->controls->”macro keybinding” button.
Once opened, you will see a interface that looks a lot like the default game options.
To add a binding: Click “Add Keybinding”, here you will be asked for the desired command you want to run.(tip: use ‘/’ infront of text to make sure it gets interpreted as a command).
Once you have typed your command you can press the button to bind a key. Do note that when using a key that is already being used by vanilla, the button will turn gold, this indicates that this keybinding may break stuff / trigger when playing.
Then you are finally ready to press “Save Keybinding” and go back in-game to see what you have created!
To edit a key of a command: Click the button that is showing the current key in use, and then click any other key. If you press “escape” on your keyboard, it will disable the command, leaving it without any quick access binding.
To remove a binding: Click the X behind the command you wish to remove.
You are able to do basic programming to customize your macro’s more. There are 2 keywords at this moment “exec” and “sleep”. The compiler does not listen to spaces, you are required to place a semicolon after every operation and follow the basic principles of literals
Example: exec “/gamemode 1″; sleep 2; exec “I am now able to fly in gamemode 1 :)”; sleep 2; exec “/gamemode 1″; sleep 2; exec “Now not anymore!”
For Minecraft 1.8.0
For Minecraft 1.8.9
For Minecraft 1.9.4
For Minecraft 1.10.2
For Minecraft 1.11
For Minecraft 1.11.2