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2-17-2011 @ 9:07PM
I've been using the wired Naga for a couple months, and I have to say it's dramatically improved my resto druid healing. Druid heals are all about keeping lots of HoTs going, so I'm pulling plenty of clicks-per-min. The Naga is great at speeding up my response time.I made the same 3x4 setup with Dominos as Matthew suggested, and it works great. I actually have action bars 1 & 2 set up this way and positioned side-by-side, so it appears as a 6x4 grid. Action bar 1 is set to the default 1-12 keys, and action bar 2 is shift+ 1-12. This has made it easy to transition to using the Naga.
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