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2-23-2011 @ 10:57AM
I do extensive key bindings with a Logitech G510 keyboard. The G510 has 18 customizable G-keys to the left of the regular keyboard keys. What I do is align 3 vertical bars on the left side of my display to match the 3 vertical rows of G-keys. Then the keybindings are done so any ability can be dragged and dropped to the verticle bars, which automatically assigns abilities to the G-keys. Any ability shown above by Christian can be performed just by moving my left hand 2 inches to the left to the G-keys. I am not promoting the G510 keyboard, but just wanted to point out some alternative flexible key bindings for those wanting to explore further.
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