It’s because there are so many different ways to accomplish the same task in Solaris.Furthermore, those new to Solaris system administration tend to ask questions that I may have never thought of.– I’ll do my best to listen when you e-mail me what you want to see in the template.– I’ll be super grateful and probably look for other ways to say thank you.It comes with an editor and everything you need to get started.=================================== History =================================== Gnome Sequencer was originally written by semlar and released at Gnome Sequencer-Enhanced allows you create a sequence of macros to be executed at the push of a button.
All above tricks didn't work, but I found now a solution (for Ubuntu 11.10 with Gnome 3 classic desktop).However, unlike castsequence, it uses macro text for the commands instead of spells, and it advances every time the button is pushed instead of stopping when it can't cast something.This means if a spell is on cooldown and you push the button it will continue to the next item in the list with each press until it reaches the end and starts over.If you find the Shoegnome Open Template useful, you want to see it developed further and faster, or you just like the blog, click the big support button below and contribute to the template’s continued development. There’s a direct download link for the Shoegnome Open Template at the bottom of this page. If you choose to support (and that’s totally your choice), this is what is going to happen: – You’ll feel good knowing that you’re supporting both me and the ARCHICAD community in general.When you use the support button, after you fill out all the Pay Pal details, you’ll be sent to the download link. If you have trouble with the Pay Pal button, please send me an e-mail. A HUGE thank you to everyone who has clicked on the button, seen it not work, and then let me know. Any money you send via the support button is to pay for my time to develop the template (in the past, present, or future). – I’ll be more motivated to update the template (and blog) regularly.