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4-22-2010 @ 9:35AM
Auto-run.I had played the game for over about 6 months before I finally asked a guildie how he could type while we were making our 9thousandth corpse run back to mara during the days of farming for gear, and he revealed to me the glory of auto-run. seriously changed the whole game for me. If only I had known sooner.the more you know...p.s. I believe the default for auto-run is enter, but I'm not sure since I've long since rebound it. Actually it's probably worth recommending that rookies browse the key binding list as there are all sort of surprises in there.
4-22-2010 @ 9:51AM
Autorun is Numpad by default. As I play on a laptop, I find it stupid it being that, so have it on the fullstop key.
4-22-2010 @ 9:52AM
Yes, looking at the key binds is a good start. This is where I found the "walk" button. My guild were making fun of me because I couldn't find how to run again!
4-22-2010 @ 10:11AM
I prefer binding my auto run to cntrl+space. Laptop so no num pad for me.
4-22-2010 @ 10:34AM
I've macro'd my mouse to use one of the thumb buttons to activate auto-run.
4-22-2010 @ 11:07AM
Here is a complementary one:"Why am I walking so slow?!?!111!"You hit the "toggle walk/run mode" key, which by default is the "/" on the numeric keypad. Simply hit it again to start running again.Here's another one:"Why did my sound turn off?!?!"You hit the "toggle sound effects" key bind, which by default is "CTRL+S". You can either hit it again or hit the checkbox in sound config. I also suggest changing the keybind to "CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+S" so it's harder to accidentally turn off.
4-22-2010 @ 11:23AM
I don't auto-run in dungeons much anymore after a lag induced auto-run into a raid boss one evening. -_-;;;;;;;;;Got "follow" macro'd to * on the numpad. Now, I just attach myself to a raid buddy and let them do the walking while I type.
4-22-2010 @ 6:53PM
My fave is auto-running through the door just after Saurfang... you only do that once... Funny how many people STILL do it... hehehe
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