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 Sylph.Siccmade
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By Sylph.Siccmade 2021-06-25 12:25:02
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I've stumbled into a strange issue and I feel like I'm missing something simple.

/item "Holy Water" <me> works fine but when I
/console send @all /item "Holy Water" <me>
I get a traditional in-game command error on all characters.

All my other send commands are still working fine but the same thing happened when I wrote a new send macro for Utsusemi, the receiving character gets the same command error.

I've checked and re-checked, as far as the spelling/syntax everything is correct, I changed it to different items/spells/JAs and they all work.

Any ideas where the conflict is coming from?
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By Mrxi 2021-06-25 12:37:40
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try /item "Holy Water" <p0>? not sure but might be seeing them all as the person its sent from
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By Sylph.Siccmade 2021-06-25 12:42:32
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Thanks for the idea, still the same command error. The same macro works when switched to /console send @all "Remedy" <me>, they all pop a remedy. Weird.
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By Bahamut.Speedycat 2021-06-25 12:52:14
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Try using ' instead of "
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By Pantafernando 2021-06-25 12:52:42
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Double quotes
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By Sylph.Siccmade 2021-06-25 13:02:10
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Bahamut.Speedycat said: »
Try using ' instead of "

Thanks, that worked!

Strange because like I said the same macro works if I sub out "Holy Water" w/ "Remedy" but hey! I'm not gonna argue success, thanks again.
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By Pantafernando 2021-06-25 14:15:16
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Probably because either its a single word or shortcut.

Anyway
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Quotes are not handled well. Try using the shortcuts addon.

Instead of this:

//send mule /ma \"Cure II\" Main
Use this:

//send mule cure2 Main
Or use single quotes like this:

//send mule /ma 'Cure II' Main