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2-17-2011 @ 10:06PM
@istaro: The software that comes with the mouse doesn't support assigning the up-down movement on the scrollwheel as buttons, just the left-right flicks and of course the middle click.But if you want to bind more actions to the mouse then there are buttons, here's how I'm using it on my disc priest (i'm using Grid but not Clique, it's not needed when you do things my way):1.) bind the mouse buttons to the special characters (,./;'\`-= etc.) on your keyboard in the mouse software2.) create two action bars in wow, assign the first bar to the special chars unmodified and on the second bar with the Shift modifier key3.) fill the bars with mouseover macros for your healing abilities (be aware, the macro editor window in wow also has a 'global' pane so you have a lot more slots to store macros then you might have realized)4.) heal like a demigod! :)Ofc steps 1 and 2 you only need to do once, from then on you'll be able to just drag and drop whatever abilities you want to your new actionbars on your characters. I'm currently leveling a kitty/bear druid with this setup, I can't even begin to tell you how much better it is to play melee with your left hand freed up to exclusively focus on positioning in fights and hitting shift with the pinky when needed...
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