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coalsdocplaygroundgrind [2017/07/02 16:35]
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 ==== Grind Mode - Hunting Tab==== ==== Grind Mode - Hunting Tab====
 {{:​coal:​ffxivtutorial:​coal_grind_huntingtab.png?​nolink&​400|}} {{:​coal:​ffxivtutorial:​coal_grind_huntingtab.png?​nolink&​400|}}
-  ***Prioritize Claims:** When enabled, ​NO_IDEA+  ***Prioritize Claims:** When enabled, ​FFXIVMinion will attempt to claim several enemies at once that meet the whitelist requirements
-  ***Claim Range:** Adjust the range at which the bot will detect claims. +  ***Claim Range:** Adjust the range at which FFXIVMinion ​will detect claims ​beyond the original kill
-  ***Attack Claimed:** When enabled, ​bot will attack claimed ​mobs.+  ***Attack Claimed:** When enabled, ​FFXIVMinion ​will attack ​enemies that have been claimed ​by other people.
  
 ==== Grind Mode - Tweaks Tab==== ==== Grind Mode - Tweaks Tab====
 {{:​coal:​ffxivtutorial:​coal_grind_tweakstab.png?​nolink&​400|}} {{:​coal:​ffxivtutorial:​coal_grind_tweakstab.png?​nolink&​400|}}
  
-Use this tab to adjust when ffxivminion will respond to a particular type of FATE. For example, "Boss FATEs" is set to 1 by default. This means that ffxivminion will not respond to a boss FATE unless it is at least 1% complete (which means that it will not try to solo boss FATEs).((NOTE:​ It is recommended to leave "Boss FATEs" at 1%. Otherwise, your character may try to solo a BOss FATE, dying repeatedly and looking very suspicious.)) ​+Use this tab to adjust when ffxivminion will respond to a particular type of FATE. For example, "Boss FATEs" is set to 1 by default. This means that ffxivminion will not respond to a boss FATE unless it is at least 1% complete (which means that it will not try to solo boss FATEs).((NOTE:​ It is recommended to leave "Boss FATEs" at 1%. Otherwise, your character may try to solo a Boss FATE, dying repeatedly and looking very suspicious.)) ​
  
  
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