The auto-hunting panel consists of five buttons: Automatic Hunting (on/off), Combat Mode (on/off), Auto-loot (on/off), Respectful Hunting Mode (on/off), Auto-target (short/long range).
You can drag the panel to the most convenient part of your screen.
As long as you stay in a peaceful zone, all auto-functions are disabled. They are active again, once you leave it.
There are several functions that can be automatized: actions, skill use, supply and potion use, targeting and looting.
Not all but many skills, items and actions can be used automatically. They are marked with a special symbol and tooltip lines.
The auto-loot function works as follows: all party members can loot items from monsters, but sharing is determined by the party loot option that has been selected for your party (for instance, Random including Spoil).
Skills that can be used automatically are marked with two circling green arrows placed in the upper right corner of the icon. Also there is always the "Auto-use available" line in the skill tooltips.
To make the skills auto-used, you need to drag them to the shortcut panel and right-click on them.
You can put the skills on your panel in any order.
A standard attack can be turned into an auto-attack as well. Servitors' and pets' skills and attacks can also be used automatically.
Buffs are used automatically if you have no active effects with the same name or their duration is less than 3 seconds.
Some supplies can be used automatically. They are also marked with two circling green arrows and have the "Auto-use available" line in their tooltips.
To make your supplies auto-usable, you need to drag them to the shortcut panel and right-click on them.
Once you step into a peaceful zone, supply auto-use is turned off. It becomes active again as soon as you leave the zone.
Supplies are used automatically if you have no active effects with the same name or their duration is less than 3 seconds.
Respectful Hunting Mode
If you wish, you can turn the respectful hunting mode on during your auto-hunting.
In this mode your character doesn't target monsters that have been targeted by another player.
If the characters are members of the same party, they can attack the same monster without any issues.
If the characters are not in the party and start to attack the same monster, the one who hits it first can keep targeting it while the other loses the target and stops attacking.
Another character can attack the monster again if it hasn't taken damage for a while.
All settings of the respectful hunting mode are saved, so when you log in the game, the settings of your previous session are applied.
Some HP potions can be used automatically, so they have the special "Auto Use Potions" line in their tooltips.
To make them auto-usable, you have to select them in the potion auto-use window.
There is a special bar that can help you set a certain amount of HP to trigger the potion auto-use.
Right-click on the potion slot to activate or deactivate it.