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4-19-2011 @ 12:43PM
Great article very handy,please don't stop writing I love to read your priest posts,a lot of my macros are like this:#showtooltip Power Word: Barrier/cast [@mouseover, exists] Power Word: Barrier;/cast [@player] Power Word: Barriercast it on the raid frame I am over or if not cast it on myself.Inner Focus macro is like this#showtooltip Binding Heal/cast Inner Focus/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()/cast Binding HealI have always played wow on a mac laptop, I like to be with my family while playing wow, its great when the whole family is involved in your hobby.So I use touch tap on the mouse pad but not mouse click.1 finger tap for left mouse button2 finger tap for right button2 finger slide for zoom in / out3 fingers slide for camera anglethis leads to very fast healing using vudo, I just mouse over the vudo raid frame and tap.I only use target for the boss and focus target for multiple bosses.My other hand is always on the movement and modifier keys, I tend to always be on the move when I can.My setup is,Left 1 finger tapno mod: PoMShift: PwSCtl: Flash HealShift+Ctl: TargetShift+Alt: Blinding HealCtl+Alt: Fear WardRight 2 finger tapno mod: Greater HealShift: PenanceAlt: HealCtl: Power Infusion (or keyboard shift 0)Shift+Ctl PoH (or keyboard 1)Shift+Alt: Pain Suppression (or keyboard O)Ctl+Alt: PwBarrier (or keyboard shift T)Y for dispell, Alt Y cure disese, Shift Y Mass DispellF shadow fiend2 Divine HymnT FadeP Desperate Prayer- Res. Leap of faithIts just natural and instinctive now, as with all layouts if you use them long enough, I know I don't have the fast mouse turn option, but keyboard moving and strafing does everything I need to, plus on all instant casts I am usually on the move anyways.Anyway each to their own, keep on healing :)
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