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Wanting better macro commands than in-game, any suggestions?

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First off, before you say it, I DO NOT want to bot/hack, I am simply frustrated by this MMO's in-game macro function, and want more advanced commands than simply binding 3 skills to 1 key and calling it a day.

What I would like is the ability to press a key, and depending on the situation, use on of 3-4 different skills.
Something like,
if shift is pressed directly after key x, use skill A
if shift is pressed, and skill B hasn't been used >15 seconds, use skill B
if shift is pressed, and skill B has been used <15 seconds ago, use skill C

It gets kind of annoying trying to map keys to places close to my fingers, but aren't used for other functions, especially when I only use certain skills in certain situations, like when a skill has a cooldown, or can only be used directly after using another one. So, I was wondering if anyone knew of a program that I could setup macros like that in?
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Buy a new keyboard if you are really that upset. I do not know of any programs that will remap keys like that but I am sure there are some.
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Buy a new keyboard if you are really that upset. I do not know of any programs that will remap keys like that but I am sure there are some.
I'm not sure how a new keyboard would help, unless you mean because some keyboards have extra programmable keys, which isn't exactly what I need, as I would still have the problem of having to press buttons away from where my hand is resting, not that I can actually afford a new keyboard right now.
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I thought you just wanted more macro keys, there are a few mouses that provide more keys as well but those cost money as well
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Does anyone have any suggestions?
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