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4-24-2009 @ 4:17PM
WI blogger that apparently has missed the neat little check box in the options menu to autoloot.... right click the dead mob move on.. all items looted... or was the comment merely flawed grammatically?
4-24-2009 @ 4:19PM
He was not referring to single person auto loot option, but asking thoughts on whether having quest items off raid bosses auto looted to raid members like the badges are now....
4-24-2009 @ 4:21PM
and for the solo aspect, he meant >mob dies>crap instantly appears in your bags without clicking (which doesn't happen)
4-24-2009 @ 4:24PM
Well then I must of misunderstood
4-24-2009 @ 5:13PM
All looting, even the auto loot of emblems in raids, require a right click, by someone. I agree that killing the mob on the run, not having to stop and loot the body would be too far. But, this is my assumption, the article wasn't about not having to perform that oh so difficult task of right clicking the corpse, or chest, but rather that it would be too simple to have certain things auto-looted. The closing statement implied that we currently must right click the corpse, and then manually click each item to put them in our bags, and that changing that to auto-looting would be too much as well. I was pointing out that this style of auto-looting has been around for a very long time, I personally have had it active since discovering it a few days after rolling my first toon. OOOOO I'm stupid and lazy for checking the option to automatically put loot in my bags when I right click the corpse... please...
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