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10-22-2010 @ 10:48PM
Actually, Clique will accept macros, although you have to use the [@mouseover] qualifier to cast at what you click on. Write the macro first, then open up Clique. You should see an option somewhere to add a macro command to your list; you'll have to type the name into Clique. All of my abilities are on macros that allow me to use qualifier keys to cast at non-default targets; I've gotten away from Clique for the most part since I've gotten the Razer Naga mouse, but clever selection of qualifiers worked for me even with a normal mouse with Clique. I've even macroed abilities like Fade just so that if I ever need to change them I can without having to mess with redoing my keybindings. I'd recommend having most spells on macros, especially ones that can affect both friendly or non-friendly targets so that you can use the same binding in a variety of circumstances.
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