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9-09-2010 @ 4:28PM
Moving only with the mouse is something that I've been trying and trying to train myself to do. I have to say, using WASD is a hard habit to break, but I'm getting better at it. I have two questions about it, actually: 1) What about strafing? By default this is the Q and E keys. Do people do that with just the mouse too, and how? 2) I primarily play casters. Now, when I'm casting a spell at someone and they move either beside or behind me, I have trouble. Maybe I'm doing something wrong, but whenever I use the mouse to do an instant 180 my cast gets interrupted. If I try to turn slowly with WASD so I'm not interrupted, well, that usually fails since it's just too slow. Anything suggestions on this? Thanks, and great article!
9-09-2010 @ 4:35PM
You're probably clicking both buttons correct? If you are then just click the right mouse button and flick your wrist to turn and you won't cancel your spell.
9-10-2010 @ 10:50AM
I have a logitech mouse with a sideways movable scroll wheel. To strafe left I push the wheel left, to strafe right I push the wheel right, to run I dress the wheel or use both mouse buttons depending on speed.Backwards movement though is the failure of mouse moving and that is the move that messes rogues up the most.As for port 22 tunnels, if you put in a few registry tweaks you get the same effect, byte by byte transfer and not packet by packet delayed transfer, but one thing remains... via optical fibre the time from Australia to America and back is getting up to three quarters of a second. There is only one real solution; For blizz to unzip their wallet and let the moths out to put some servers into the southern hemisphere.PvP at 400ms (0.8 seconds until the game registers) blows.
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