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Macro list?

I'm fairly new to Macros, and have been learning a bit about them through multiple webpages.  The only thing I'm not understanding is how they are created?  for example, how does someone create the macro:  "/1d6" for everyone else to use? or is there a list of macros somewhere that I can pull from?  is it game type specific due to CSS and HTML? the other question I have is, what macro do you need to calculate total roll?  example:   I'm using: &{template:fantasyage_generic} {{name=Cricket}} {{Shot = [[1d6cs>10cf<6]] [[1d6cs>7cf<0]] [[1d6cs>7cf<0]] + [[+1+@{feredir shadeshot|Accuracy}+2]]}} This shows each die roll (which is what I want it to do to remind me to calculate dragon die roll), however, I would like it to ALSO show the total of all die rolls so that I dont have to manually count it each time. any and all help would be greatly appreciated!
You can store them under the settings tab the cog wheel, see  here in the Wiki . Or you can store them in Abilities under a character sheet. 
Thanks for the response Ed.  I'm familiar with how to activate and store them, I'm just not sure where I could find a list of all possible macros that I could use
Juan - I was looking for this too, and the easiest solution I found was to assign a token to a character sheet (any character sheet), then open the token (not the sheet - the token). On the right side of the token window you can assign values to the three coloured circles.  By clicking on any of the three drop downs, you can see a list of all attributes you can use with macros. Is that what you're after? 
Actually no :D. I'm probably not explaining this correctly... The macro I posted works perfectly for me.. I would like to adjust it so that it can also add the total dice roll
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&{template:fantasyage_generic} {{name=Cricket}} {{Shot = [[1d6cs>10cf<6 + 1d6cs>7cf<0 + 1d6cs>7cf<0 + 1 +@{feredir shadeshot|Accuracy}+2]]}} this will show the total, but you will have to hover over it to see the individual d6, d6, d6, 1, and accuracy, and 2 are.
Thanks Jake!  We're currently using that set up as well, however we would like to immediately show the dragon die (first or last roll) so that is easier to see when a stunt is rolled (playing TitansGrave).   Is this even possible?.. I'm just wanting to show each dice roll (3 dice plus the extra ability) and then on the next line showing the total of the entire dice roll.
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Silvyre
Forum Champion
You could remove those inline rolls from the Roll Template and then use /roll to sum them. For example, &{template:fantasyage_generic} {{name=Cricket}} /r [[1d6cs>10cf<6]] + [[1d6cs>7cf<0]] + [[1d6cs>7cf<0]] + [[+1+@{feredir shadeshot|Accuracy}+2]]}
yes!  thats what I'm talking about!  is there anyway to get rid of the extra lines its showing on the rolls?  first line shows die rolls, second line shows them again (just the fact that they're being added), third line shows total.  is there a way to not show that second line? Cricket (showing each die roll here) 4+1+2+5 = 12
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Silvyre
Forum Champion
Not really. You could remove some of the inline roll brackets, and that'll change what that line looks like: /r 1d6cs0cf<6 + 2d6cs0cf0 + [[+1+@{feredir shadeshot|Accuracy}+2]]
i think the other one you provided was closer to what I wanted...  isnt there a way to hide a line?  maybe.. turn it into a whisper?  this is whats showing now: Feredir: Cricket rolling 1d6cs0cf<6 + 2d6cs0cf0 + 5 ( 2)+( + 5)+5 = 18
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Silvyre
Forum Champion
Juan P. said: isnt there a way to hide a line? Again, not really. At least, there's no supported first-party way to do this through the app. You (and your players) could use a third-party browser add-on like Stylish to customize the CSS to your liking. For example, to hide every "second line" (i.e. the div .formattedformula element), you (and your players) could use this with Stylish: @namespace url(<a href="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" rel="nofollow">http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml</a>); @-moz-document domain("app.roll20.net"), domain("app.roll20dev.net") { .formattedformula { &nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;display: none !important; } }
Juan P. said: I'm fairly new to Macros, and have been learning a bit about them through multiple webpages. &nbsp;The only thing I'm not understanding is how they are created? &nbsp;for example, how does someone create the macro: &nbsp;"/1d6" for everyone else to use? or is there a list of macros somewhere that I can pull from? &nbsp;is it game type specific due to CSS and HTML? does anyone know if there's a main list of macro commands which players can pull from to use on their own macro? example: "1d6" = roll one 6-sided die "/r" = roll the following... "[[1d6]] = creates a box around the number rolled on the die. etc.. or even create their own? &nbsp;for example, if I wanted to literally create a new command for a macro: /r [[3d6'hidden']] + [[1d6]] and make: 'hidden' a command to hide the die roll, and only show the 1d6 roll.
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Silvyre
Forum Champion
Juan P. said: does anyone know if there's a main list of macro commands which players can pull from to use on their own macro? Check out: <a href="https://wiki.roll20.net/Macros" rel="nofollow">https://wiki.roll20.net/Macros</a> <a href="https://wiki.roll20.net/Dice_Reference" rel="nofollow">https://wiki.roll20.net/Dice_Reference</a>
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Look at some of the threads as well. <a href="https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/2066624/slug%7D#" rel="nofollow">https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/2066624/slug%7D#</a>... <a href="https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/1747672/post-you" rel="nofollow">https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/1747672/post-you</a>... <a href="https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/1450624/macromic" rel="nofollow">https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/1450624/macromic</a>...