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6-21-2011 @ 1:41PM
No action bars? *goggle*He's got every ability key-bound and then has it MEMORIZED what key it's on???Good Lord. I'm doing good if I remember "b" opens my bags.
6-21-2011 @ 8:31PM
With the launch of Cataclysm, 'G' stopped opening my guild panel.I felt violated and unfamiliar.
6-22-2011 @ 7:07AM
If you are having trouble remembering your keybindings, try this addon: http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/keybindtrainer.aspxA recommendation for Vardelm: try out OPIE. First of all, because its the best addon on earth. Second, because it fits your ideas perfectly, hidden rings where you can put everything you dont use all the time . For example, on my shaman I have a ring for the weapon enchants. Just one keybind (Shift+V for me), and it shows a ring with all of the possibilities: you can also set the 'automatic' one. I have another ring for leftover spells that I dont use often: water breating/waterwalking/astral recall, etc. I also made an opie ring for the micro menu, which I think is fantastic. Its a little hard to set up (you have to make macros for the windows and put these macros in opie), but it is sleek and convenient. If anyone is interested, I can share :)I use something really similar to this, except that I dont like Tellmewhen. I mainly set up power auras for everything (yeah my screen glows like crazy :), but for the rest i have a little bartender bar with OmniCC. The rest of the bars are hidden to about 20% transparency (great for emergency situations, but not too visible).
6-22-2011 @ 1:13PM
I'm interested in setting up micro menu as an OPie ring. I love me some OPie, and that's an idea I can really get behind.I hide a lot of things on my UI, but doing away with the action bars completely isn't something I think I could do. Even if I hardly ever look at them, it's nice to know they're there if I have a brain fart and need to be reminded where I bound something, or even *gasp* click something.
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