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9-17-2010 @ 7:56AM
Any tips on being a healer and keybinding, I just cant see how it can work as you have to target the people to heal and change targets very quickly. I'd love to be able to turn using my mouse but ATM using grid and clique for casting.I can only presume this article is for DPS classes but i'm happy to be proved wrong.
9-17-2010 @ 3:54PM
I highly recommend using mouseover macros for your heals and free up your mouse from Clique. For instance, the following will target, in order, Your mousever, your target, then you./cast [@mouseover, exists, nodead, help] Renew; RenewIf you mouseover a friendly and cast this, it will Renew them. If your mouse is on no or a hostile unit, it will cast Renew on your target (if possible), otherwise it will always default to yourself. No more alt-casting for self cast!Just replace both spell names at the ends, and drop the macros on your actionbars. Now you can use your mouse buttons for movement and targeting and the many buttons under your left hand for spell selection. If you're using Grid, try setting your main heal target as your focus and move their frame to just above grid; this way all your healing targets are in one area for mouseovers and you'll have more detailed info on your main heal tgt. This frees up your target portrait for the actual enemy, so things like threat meters can do their job
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