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6-10-2010 @ 2:48PM
Situationally useful spells and abilities that don't need to be key-bound or shown on the action bars is most likely the use for it. For my own purposes, oPie does a wonderful job as well. Anything regarding defensive cooldowns should definitely be keybound and accessed at a moments notice unless you like planning your CDs in advance and know exactly when you will use them. One use I can find with this is actually keybinding a lot of regularly used abilities to the hidden Geist bars and only actually looking at the bar when you need to, although I'm not sure if that is possible. Even though my most crucial abilities are all on my main action bar, I hardly every look at them since they are all keybound and memorized. It might actually save space to hide the bars completely and only bring them up when you have some need for it. I'll try it out tonight and see how it works.
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