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|The gesture's required name.|
|Optional description explaining what the gesture does.|
|Text shortcut to start the gesture. Triggers usually include |
|Optional text output the trigger is replaced with. Useful for expanding abbreviations into phrases. For example, if your Trigger is |
|Use the dropdowns to assign a keystroke that starts an Active gesture.|
Choose Animation, Sound, Chat, or Wait and click Add >> to make it appear in Steps below. Only fully permissive animations and sounds can be used.
|Choose an Animation to play. In some cases, especially animations that loop endlessly, you can make the animation Start or Stop.|
|Choose a Sound to play.|
|Type text in the Chat to say field.|
|Adds a pause between gesture Steps. Optionally, check until animations are done and/or enter time in seconds.|
List of actions that are performed when the gesture is started.
Choose a step in the list and click Up or Down to move it. Click Remove to delete a step.
- Click Preview to see your gesture. This button changes to Stop if it doesn't have a definite end.
- Check Active so your gesture can be triggered.
- Click Save to confirm changes.
Gestures have many subtleties. For more information, see the Gestures Guide.