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6-10-2010 @ 3:14PM
I use a Logitech G5 mouse, and I love my mouseover macros. (I use Grid for my raid frames). My main is a tree. I have all my heals bound to my mouse.For what it's worth, I bought a Naga, tried it out, and went back to using my G5. The mousewheel (with tilts) is my friend, and I guess my muscle memory works better with buttons spread out in various locations on the mouse than in trying to figure out which button my thumb is over.What I have found to work best on my mouseover macros is this:#showtooltip/cast [@mouseover,exists,help,nodead] [ ] RejuvenationThe "exists" and "nodead" arguments in there have helped curb some errors I've found while healing (i.e., the fun errors that pop up on the screen, or the lack of when you're just not healing for some reason. And no, you don't require a space between the second set of brackets, but I put it there to make it more visible.Another example:#showtooltip/cast [mod:alt] Nature's Swiftness/cast [target=mouseover,exists,help,nodead] [ ] Healing TouchThis will use regular Healing Touch (rare occurrence) on a target, or it will insta-cast it with NS if I hold down alt (I don't really use NS with anything else).I have Rejuv on mouse wheel scroll up, Regrowth on mouse wheel scroll down, Lifebloom on mousewheel tilt right, Wild Growth on mousewheel tilt left, Nourish on the first button below my scroll wheel, Healing Touch on the second button below my scroll wheel, and Swiftmend on the furthest side button. The closest side button is also bound to "move backward" just like "s." (awesome when tanking.)Now, on my baby priest, with allll those extra spells, those macros are a bit bloated with all their modifiers. XDLala randomness.
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