Advanced Combat Tracker (ACT)
Advanced Combat Tracker (ACT) is a multi-game real-time & offline parser that analyses combat activity & presents summary & detail for many MMORPGs. ACT includes a plugin-in architecture to support multiple games.
It can be downloaded here.
Final Fantasy XIV requires a plugin by Ravahn to operate. It may be configured inside ACT using the start-up wizard, or manually downloaded here.
Below are example triggers that provide some quality of life changes:
Button Bloat Reduction
This suite of triggers from our Fryte Avarise will combine the following to a single button:
- Dreadwyrm Trance & Firebird Trance
- Summon Bahamut
- Enkindle Bahamut & Enkindle Phoenix
It will also swap out Egi-Assaults for Lucid Dreaming & Swiftcast during phases of your rotation where Egi-Assaults are not valid commands.
In addition, it will make Fountain of Flame & Brand of Purgatory a 1-button combo.
If you wish to use it with standard hotbars you will need to change the macros to use the /hotbar command instead of /chotbar.
Be sure to replace the names from the triggers with your own.
Note: these action swaps are not macros that execute actions. As a result there are no delays.
- Download the SMN Button Bloat Triggernometry XML file.
- Import the XML file into Triggernometry.
- Create a hotbar of the following macros (no need to display hotbar).
If you are using kb/m, you will need to use /hotbar instead. See the in-game help (/? hotbar) for how to adapt the lines with “/hotbar ability hotbar# hotbarslot#”.
- Keybind F-keys to this hotbar. Default keybinds map to the image below.
Wyrmwave & Scarlet Flame Counter
This suite of triggers from our Fryte Avarise will display the image with a count of your # of Wyrmwaves or Scarlet Flames atop. Image will fade after the phase is over. It will include any “ghost” actions, so be mindful.
Necessary Files (Click to Download):