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3-19-2009 @ 11:11AM
Is there anyway to loot without using the mouse? For situations like when the batteries run out at 30% on a bossfight and you realise your dog or your sister has chewed through the cable on the backup.
3-19-2009 @ 11:24AM
There's a better way: Get a mouse with a cord. Or set your wireless to recharge when it's dead - If it happens at 30%, you still have plenty of time, and unless you're a clicker, you don't need the mouse
3-19-2009 @ 11:26AM
Oh yea I forgot, there's not a way to loot without the mouse. I tried to do this too when I was leveling my hunter (macro-heaven), but I think I found a thrad on the forums where someone asked and was told that it was not in the game so as to not make it easer for bots etc.
3-19-2009 @ 11:31AM
3-19-2009 @ 3:10PM
Try turning on the Mouse Keys, if you're using Windows. It's an Accessibility option, and you can control your pointer with the arrow keys.
3-19-2009 @ 3:20PM
Just write a program to do that mouse clicks for you. That's what all the cool kids do. "The best way to simulate mouse events is to call the OnEventName method that raises the mouse event you want to simulate. This option is usually possible only within custom controls and forms, because the methods that raise events are protected and cannot be accessed outside the control or form."http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms171548.aspx
3-19-2009 @ 5:17PM
There is a way to bind a key to the right mouse button within WoW, but I don't recall it offhand (it's at home, I'm at work). I'll try to post the link to this chain, after I get home.
3-20-2009 @ 3:52AM
Here's the script to bind a key (in this case the V key) to the right mouse button action: /script SetBinding("V","TURNORACTION");Savebinding(Get(CurrentBindingSet))
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