How to make Immortal bot, use another spell on CD with attack mobs off menu

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    How to make Immortal bot, use another spell on CD with attack mobs off

    Hey there.

    I assume you have Immortal Bot

    How
    1. Press "s" to access your skills
    2. Put your prefered ability to attack breakables on right click(mouse 2)
    3. Press "Del"
    4. Go to the "Attacking" tap
    5. Select slot 1, 2, 3, or 4 or mouse 1 to make the bot use a certain ability constantly

    Why
    Immortal Bot will try to use your "prefered ability to attack breakables", and when it's on CD it will use your mouse 2. (If you put another ability with a CD on mouse 2, it will take mouse 1, but instead of going back to mouse 2, it will stick to mouse 1 if it hasn't got a CD.)

    This work's pretty good as wizzard with diamond skin.

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