Tools for Guild Wars

Project maintained by HasKha, GregLando113, reduf, MikeJerred, Hour-of-the-Owl, DarkManic

Chat Commands

Toolbox supports a variety of chat commands; you can use them by typing in chat like in-game commands such as /age.

/afk will make your character /sit and set your status to Away

/age2 will display a simple in-game instance time.

/borderless will toggle borderless window; alternatively, you can use /borderless on or /borderless off.

/cam [args] or /camera [args] to control various aspect of the camera:

/zoom [value] to change the maximum zoom to the value. Use just /zoom to reset to the default value of 750.

/chest or /xunlai to open Xunlai Chest in a city or outpost.

/dialog [id] will send a dialog; use an integer or hex number instead of [id].

/dmg [arg] or /damage [arg] controls the party damage monitor:

/flag all or /flag [number] to flag a hero in the minimap (same as using the buttons by the minimap).

/flag clear to unflag all heroes.

/pcons will toggle pcons; alternatively, you can use /pcons on or /pcons off.

/target or /tgt has few advanced ways to interact with your target:

/tb close, /tb quit, or /tb exit completely close Toolbox and all its windows.

/tb reset moves Settings and the main Toolbox window to the top-left corner of the screen.

/hide [name] or /show [name] to hide or show a window or widget, or /tb [name] to toggle.

/tb to hide or show the main Toolbox window.

resize [x] [y] sets the size of the Guild Wars window if the resolution is set to Window.

/to [dest], /tp [dest], or /travel [dest] will map travel you to the [dest] outpost. You can use the following values instead of [dest]:

You can also specify the district with a third argument: possible values are ae1, ee1, eg1 (or dd1) and int. For example, /tp embark ee1 will make you travel to Embark Beach Europe English District 1.

/useskill [slot] will use the selected skill on recharge; for example, /useskill 1 will use your first skill. Use /useskill, /useskill 0, or /useskill stop to stop.

/transmo changes your character model to that of the target NPC. This is only visible to you, and will persist until you zone, use a tonic, or /transmo something else.