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Text Commands

Command Type Description
/say Chat
/shout Chat
/tell Chat
/party Chat
/linkshell Chat
/linkshell1 Chat
/linkshell2 Chat
/linkshell3 Chat
/linkshell4 Chat
/linkshell5 Chat
/linkshell6 Chat
/linkshell7 Chat
/linkshell8 Chat
/freecompany Chat
/echo Chat
/yell Chat
/reply Chat
/join Party
/decline Party
/invite Party
/kick Party
/leader Party
/leave Party
/check
/trade
/automove
/follow
/loot
/meldrequest Menu
/character Menu
/journal Menu
/dutyfinder Menu
/armourychest Menu
/huntinglog Menu
/craftinglog Menu
/gatheringlog Menu
/fishinglog Menu
/achievements Menu
/partycmd Menu
/friendlist Menu
/blacklist Menu
/search Menu
/map Menu
/teleport Menu
/marking Menu
/actionlist Menu
/timers Menu
/recommended Menu
/inventory Menu
/freecompanycmd Menu
/linkshellcmd Menu
/return Menu
/emotelist Menu
/activehelp Menu
/supportdesk Menu
/characterconfig Menu
/systemconfig Menu
/keybind Menu
/macros Menu
/hudlayout Menu
/logout Menu
/shutdown Menu
/?
/wait
/systeminfo
/legacymark
/macroicon
/recast
/gearset
/busy Status
/away Status
/lookingforparty Status
/lookingformeld Status
/searchcomment Status
/action
/battlemode
/target Target
/targetpc Target
/targetnpc Target
/targetenemy Target
/battletarget Target
/assist Target
/facetarget Target
/nexttarget Target
/previoustarget Target
/targetlasttarget Target
/targetlastenemy Target
/lockon Target
/focustarget Target
/autolockon Target
/autofacetarget Target
/targetring Target
/targetline Target
/linkline Target
/autotarget Target
/displayhead
/displayarms
/autosheathe
/targetself Target
/groundclick
/chatlog
/battleeffect
/hud
/hotbar
/crosshotbar
/emote
/surprised Emote
/angry Emote
/furious Emote
/blush Emote
/bow Emote
/cheer Emote
/clap Emote
/beckon Emote
/comfort Emote
/cry Emote
/dance Emote
/stepdance Emote
/harvestdance Emote
/balldance Emote
/mandervilledance Emote
/doubt Emote
/doze Emote
/fume Emote
/goodbye Emote
/wave Emote
/huh Emote
/joy Emote
/kneel Emote
/chuckle Emote
/laugh Emote
/lookout Emote
/me Emote
/no Emote
/deny Emote
/panic Emote
/point Emote
/poke Emote
/congratulate Emote
/psych Emote
/salute Emote
/shocked Emote
/shrug Emote
/rally Emote
/soothe Emote
/stagger Emote
/stretch Emote
/sulk Emote
/think Emote
/upset Emote
/welcome Emote
/yes Emote
/thumbsup Emote
/examineself Emote
/pose Emote
/blowkiss Emote
/grovel Emote
/happy Emote
/disappointed Emote
/sit Emote
/airquotes Emote
/gcsalute Emote
/pray Emote
/imperialsalute Emote
/visor Emote
/straightface Emote
/smile Emote
/grin Emote
/smirk Emote
/taunt Emote
/shuteyes Emote
/sad Emote
/scared Emote
/amazed Emote
/ouch Emote
/annoyed Emote
/alert Emote
/worried Emote
/changepose Emote Can be used while standing or sitting

Emote Guide

Main article: Emote Guide

Text Commands In-depth

Command Description Toggle On/Off
/meldrequest
/meldrequest [PC name]
Sends a materia meld request to the specified PC. Sends request to current target when not specified.
/reply, /r Sends a message to the last player from whom you received a /tell.
/character, /gear Opens and closes the Character interface.
/journal Opens and closes the quest journal.
/dutyfinder, /finder Opens and closes the Duty Finder.
/armourychest, /armoury Opens and closes your Armoury Chest.
/fishinglog, /flog Opens and closes the fishing log.
/achievements Opens the list of in-game FINAL FANTASY XIV achievements.
/search, /sea [condition] Executes a player search based on the conditions given.

Multiple conditions should be separated with a space. Conducts default search if all no conditions are specified.

Conditions:

【PC Name】 forename "PC name" Search for a specific first name. surname "PC name" Search for a specific last name.

【Online Status】 leader, away, busy, battle event, lookingforparty, lookingtomeld

【Class & Job】 GLA, PGL, MRD, LNC, ARC, CNJ THM, ACN, CRP, BSM, ARM, GSM LTW, WVR, ALC, CUL, MIN, BTN FSH, PLD, MNK, WAR, DRG, BRD WHM, BLM, SMN, SCH Searches all jobs and classes if none specified.

【Level】 [number] Search for that level only. [number 1]-[number 2] Search for players with levels between number 1 and 2. Searches all levels if none is specified.

【Grand Company】 Maelstrom, "Immortal Flames," "Order of the Twin Adder"

【Location】 "Limsa Lominsa," Gridania, Ul'dah< "La Noscea," "The Black Shroud" "Thanalan," "Coerthas," "Mor Dhona" Searches all locations if none is specified.

【Language】 JA, EN, FR, DE Searches all languages if none is specified.

Example: /search GLA 20-30 "La Noscea" (Searches for all gladiators in La Noscea between levels 20 and 30.)

/teleport Opens the Teleport interface.
/actionlist, /alist Opens and closes the Actions & Traits interface.
/timers Opens and closes the Timers interface.
/recommended Opens and closes the list of recommended duty.
/inventory, /bag Opens and closes your inventory.
/emotelist, /elist Opens and closes the list of available emotes.
/activehelp Opens and closes the Active Help interface.
/supportdesk, /support Opens and closes the Support Desk interface.
/characterconfig, /cconfig Opens and closes the character configuration menu.
/systemconfig, /sconfig Opens and closes the system configuration menu.
/keybind, /keyconfig Opens and closes the Keybind interface.
/macros Opens and closes the user macro editor.
/hudlayout Opens and closes the HUD layout editor.
/macroicon [action name] Displays icon, recast time, help text, and other information regarding the specified action. Can only be used once in the first line of a user macro
/busy [subcommand] Set your online status to Busy or Online.

Subcommands: on - Set your status to Busy. off - Set your status to Online. Toggle between Busy and Online when no subcommand is specified.

on/off
/away, /afk [subcommand] Set your online status to Away or Online.

Subcommands: on - Set your status to Away. off - Set your status to Online. Toggle between Away and Online when no subcommand is specified.

on/off
/lookingforparty, /lfp [class] [subcommand] Set your online status to Looking for Party or Online.

Classes: GLA, PGL, MRD, LNC, ARC, CNJ THM, ACN, CRP, BSM, ARM, GSM LTW, WVR, ALC, CUL, MIN, BTN FSH, PLD, MNK, WAR, DRG, BRD WHM, BLM, SMN, SCH

A class or job does not need to be specified.

Subcommands: on - Set your status to Looking for Party. off - Set your status to Online. Toggle between Looking for Party and Online when no subcommand is specified.

Example: /lookingforparty GLA on (Sets your status to Looking for Party as a gladiator.)

on/off
/lookingtomeld, /ltm [subcommand] Set your online status to Looking to Meld Materia or Online.

Subcommands: on - Set your status to Looking to Meld Materia. off - Set your status to Online. Toggle between Looking to Meld Materia and Online when no subcommand is specified.

on/off
/search comment, /scomment [comment] Change your search comment.
/nexttarget, /nt Toggle clockwise through on-screen PCs.
/previoustarget, /pt Toggle counter-clockwise through on-screen PCs.
/targetlastenemy, /tle Re-target the last enemy you targeted.
/lockon, /lo [subcommand] Lock on/off current target.

Subcommands: on - Enable lock on. off - Disable lock on. Toggle between on/off when no subcommand is specified.

/focustarget "PC name" Makes the specified PC your focus target.

Makes current target your focus target when none specified.

/autolockon Automatically lock on target when initiating auto-attack. on/off
/autofacetarget Automatically face target when using action. on/off
/targetring Toggle the display target rings. on/off
/targetline Toggle the display of target lines. on/off
/aggroline Toggle the display of aggro lines. on/off
/autotarget Enable auto-target when no target specified. on/off
/displayhead Toggle the display of head gear. on/off
/displayarms Toggle the display of main and off hand weapons when sheathed. on/off
/autosheathe Auto-sheathe weapon when not in battle. on/off
Auto-sheathe weapon when not in battle. Enable or disable clicking on self. on/off
/groundclick Enable clicking on field to remove target. on/off
/chatlog [subcommand] Configure log window settings.

Subcommands: name [number 0~3] - Change the way names are displayed in your log window. 0 Full Name 1 Last Name Initialed 2 First Name Initialed 3 Initials Only

fontsize [number] - Adjust log window font size.

time on - Add time stamps to all messages. time off - Remove time stamps from all messages. time - Toggle time stamps on or off. time 12 - Set time display to 12-hour format. time 24 - Set time display to 24-hour format. time local - Set time stamp clock to local time. time server - Set time stamp clock to server time.

call on - Play sound upon receiving /tell. call off - Play no sound upon receiving /tell. call - Toggle /tell sound on or off.

/battleeffect [subcommand] [setting] Configure battle effects settings.

Subcommands: self - Configure own battle effects settings. party - Configure party members' battle effects settings. other - Configure other NPCs' battle effects settings.

Settings: all - Show all effects. simple - Show limited effects. off - Hide all effects.

/hud [UI element] [subcommand] Toggle on/off various UI elements.

Subcommands: TargetBar,tbar FocusTarget,ftarget PartyList,plist EnemyList,elist ParamBar,param Minimap,mmap MainMenu,mmenu ServerInfo,server Crosshotbar Gil InventoryGrid,igrid DutyList,dlist ItemHelp,ihelp ActionHelp,ahelp LimitGauge,lgauge ExpBar,ebar StatusEffects,sfx

Subcommands: on Show element. off Hide element. Toggle between on or off when no subcommand is specified.

/hotbar [subcommand] [number] Edit and configure hotbar settings.

Subcommands: set "action name" [number 1] [number 2] - Set the specified action to slot [number 2] in hotbar [number 1]. If [number 2] is omitted, the action will be set to the slot with the lowest available number. If both [number 1] and [number 2] are omitted, the action will be set to the slot with the lowest number available on the hotbar with the lowest number available.

change [number] - Replace current hotbar with hotbar [number].

copy [class 1] [number 1] [class 2] [number 2] - Copy the contents of [class 1] hotbar [number 1] to the [class 2] hotbar [number 2].

display [number] on - Display hotbar [number]. display [number] off - Hide hotbar [number]. display [number] - Toggle on or off hotbar [number].

share [number] on - Make hotbar [number] shared. share [number] off - Unshare hotbar [number] and assign it to your current class or job. share [number] - Toggle between on or off.

remove [number 1] [number 2] - Remove the action assigned to slot [number 2] on hotbar [number 1]. Replace [number 2] with "all" to remove all actions from hotbar [number 1].

/crosshotbar, /chotbar [subcommand] [number] Edit and configure cross hotbar settings.

Subcommands: set "action name" [number] [slot name] - Set the specified action to [slot name] in cross hotbar [number]. If [slot name] is omitted, the action will be set to the slot with the lowest available number. If both [number] and [slot name] are omitted, the action will be set to the slot with the lowest number available on the cross hotbar with the lowest number available.

change [number] - Replace current cross hotbar with cross hotbar [number].

copy [class 1] [number 1] [class 2] [number 2] - Copy the contents of [class 1] cross hotbar [number 1] to the [class 2] cross hotbar [number 2].

display [number] on - Display cross hotbar [number]. display [number] off - Hide cross hotbar [number]. display [number] - Toggle on/off cross hotbar [number].

share [number] on - Make cross hotbar [number] shared. share [number] off - Unshare cross hotbar [number] and assign it to your current class/job. share [number] - Toggle between on/off.

remove [number 1] [slot name] - Remove the action assigned to [slot name] on cross hotbar [number 1]. Replace [slot name] with "all" to remove all actions from cross hotbar [number 1].

Slot Names:

LT(L2) + ← = LDL(LD1) LT(L2) + ↑ = LDU(LD2) LT(L2) + → = LDR(LD3) LT(L2) + ↓ = LDD(LD4)

LT(L2) + X(□) = LAL(LA1) LT(L2) + Y(△) = LAU(LA2) LT(L2) + B(〇) = LAR(LA3) LT(L2) + A(X) = LAD(LA4)

RT(R2) + ← = RDL(RD1) RT(R2) + ↑ = RDU(RD2) RT(R2) + → = RDR(RD3) RT(R2) + ↓ = RDD(RD4)

RT(R2) + X(□) = RAL(RA1) RT(R2) + Y(△) = RAU(RA2) RT(R2) + B(〇) = RAR(RA3) RT(R2) + A(X) = RAD(RA4)

/alliance(/a) Sends a message to all members of your current alliance, regardless of their location. Typing /alliance or /a without a message switches the default chat mode to [Alliance].
/petaction(/pac) Uses a pet action on the specified PC. Uses current target when not specified. This cannot be used with pet actions you have not yet learned, or when restricted by other factors.

e.g. /petaction Obey

/companionaction (/cac) Uses a companion action. The target of companion actions cannot be specified. This cannot be used with companion actions you have not yet learned, or when restricted by other factors.

e.g. /companionaction Attacker Stance

/hudreset Reverts the HUD layout to the default setting.
/partysort, /psort Sort the party list in the specified order.
/readycheck, /rcheck Initiate ready check.
/ready, /rd Indicate that you are ready when a ready check has been initiated.
/hold, /hd Indicate that you are not ready when a ready check has been initiated.
/waymark, /wmark Place a waymark for party members. Subcommands:

a - Place or remove Waymark A. b - Place or remove Waymark B. c - Place or remove Waymark C. clear - Remove all waymarks.

/facecamera, /fcam Gaze continuously at the camera. Execute command again to cancel.
/levelsync, lsync Sync your level when the option is available, such as during FATEs. Subcommands:

on - Start level sync. off - End level sync.

Toggle between on and off when no subcommand is specified.
/changepose, /cpose Assume the next pose in a series of idle stances.
/stepdance, /sdance Perform a step dance.
/harvestdance, /hdance Perform a harvest dance.
/balldance, /bdance Perform a ball dance.
/mandervilledance, /mdance Perform the Manderville dance.
/uiscale /uiscale [number 60~140]

Resize all HUD elements and windows to the percentage equivalent to the number specified. Numbers must be in increments of 20.

  • Commands labeled as "Toggle" are generally used for windows which can be opened and closed by repeating the same text command.
  • Commands labeled as "On/Off" are generally used as shown below.
    • Example: /busy on (Change online status to Busy.)
    • Example: /busy off (Change online status back to Online.)
  • PC = Player Character
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