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4-04-2007 @ 9:47AM
I fan out all my bars in the default ui, so I just have 2 to scroll between with the mouse wheel. Shadow spells (my most used) go on bar 1, Fire spells on bar 2. -/= are my heavily used all-the-time buttons (drain life/soul/mana macro and lifetap/darkpact macro), I try to keep each bar, or each grouping of buttons with a theme (curses are all next to each other, fear-related abilities are grouped, on my pally one bar is just for click-healing). The F bar gets my less used combat abilities, and the other three clickables get my macros (banish, seduce, ect.), trinkets, summons, non-combat abilities, etc.As for movement, I use a combination of wasd and mouse w/buttons. In general I've always got 'w' pressed for movement, even if I'm moving with both mouse buttons pressed down. This is so that I can stop mouse-movement to change viewing angle or click something and not stop dead in my tracks. I developed habits from my first character being a rogue on a pvp server, and they've served me well. I constantly survey what's around me by holding the mouse button and mouse-looking while running. To change direction, I simply tap the second mouse button (works even with full 180's...used to do this on my rogue all the time...run through the mob, swivel the camera 180, click the second mouse button and voila you're behind and facing).
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