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1-09-2008 @ 11:43PM
WoW i've got a 70 rogue and I never knew you could bind stealth to the middle mouse button. call me a noob idc. so if i have a mouse wheel i can push into for a button or side ones how do i go about making that my binding? the mouse is the Microsoft Wireless Intellimouse Explorer 2.0 . anyone care to help me out here? thanks in advance. >.< god i feel like a noob
1-09-2008 @ 11:44PM
woops wow* first word crap
1-09-2008 @ 11:45PM
On my Logitech G5, I've used the software to bind Ö and Ä to tilting the mousewheel left and right when I'm inside World of Warcraft. Then I've bound those keys to actions. Awesome, awesome binding for shapeshifting your druid, I assure you. ^^
1-09-2008 @ 11:47PM
Not speaking from personal experience here, but most multi-button mice have two ways they can be set up. One binds a specific keypress to the mouse buttons, though this is an old technique and seldom used anymore. The other is more common: when you go to the key bindings menu in WoW, simply press the button instead of a key. It should pick up on the button press right away.
1-10-2008 @ 12:30AM
You can bind any button in WoW actually. Using some sort of bar mod generally expands the amount of buttons you have access to and some offer very easy binding layouts (Bongos for instance).I have stealth bound to Q and CloS to E.One thing I can't help but notice is the lack of mention of Stoneform. Now I play horde, but having an ability that can wipe out/make immune to Bleed, Poison, and Disease effects, and pumps your (measly rogue armor total) by 10%. Nothing like having an ability to drop bleeds and poisons while in PvP.
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