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9-14-2010 @ 10:11AM
"Also, can you really heal without a clique-like setup?"Yes. I use mouseovers. I don't have good use of the outer two fingers in my left hand (another disabled vet), and I can't mouse-move while mouse-targeting for heals, so I can't hit Ctrl/Alt/Shift modifiers while moving. So in order to be able to heal while moving I have my forward/back movement keys bound to E and D and my instant spells set up as mouseover macros bound to the surrounding letter keys. I do use the thumb buttons on my mouse, without modifiers, for two spells per character. So I do like Clique. But it's only a minor convenience - in theory I could keybind those spells too, although I'm kind of running out of keys.I do wish Clique would add functionality for binding spells to mousewheel scroll up/down (like VuhDo) - that would double the number of binds I could have on my mouse. Of course it wouldn't make a dent in my priest's keyboard use, but my shaman would be almost entirely mouse-based, and my druid would be more than half mouse. If VuhDo binds worked on my X-Perl target/player/focus windows I'd just use that, but...only Clique seems to work on all frames, and it doesn't do wheel :(
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