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9-16-2010 @ 9:00PM
I've always used Bindpad. It's much easier than the default UI is for re-keybinding things.Something the very daring could try is changing movement from wasd, to esdf. Just a small shift to the right almost doubles the amount of keys you can easily reach, plus fitting with the normal typing position for the left hand. Though, esdf sounds weird, and after using wasd for any computer gaming for years, it might be too much of a habit to change.
9-17-2010 @ 10:45AM
esdf is the way to go, it adds quite a few extra keys to your reach. It also makes it much faster to use abilities bound to "non-reachable" keys. The "nub" on the F key makes it so you can find your way back to your home position quickly without having to look.One thing I have tried but never got good at was binding the little side buttons on my mouse to strafe so that I had my entire keyboard available for ability binding. If you want to get creative, its worth a try.
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