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10-14-2011 @ 5:25PM
Interesting comment on rebinding the strafe keys! I had never thought about that!I have all my hand spells and RD bound to Healbot and my HoSac is actually built into a focus macro that you shared a while back =)Definitely going to rebind the strafe keys tonight--that will make things much easier!
10-14-2011 @ 5:32PM
Yeah, I'm going to have to do the same, as I never thought about that either.
10-14-2011 @ 8:41PM
I tried rebinding the turn keys as strafe, but my muscle memory of 10+ years in gaming have forced me to leave them there even if I don't use them much. My three fingers are actually getting closer and closer to resting on the QWE keys.
10-14-2011 @ 11:55PM
I've thought about unbinding the turn keys from time to time, but I really try to have a similar setup across alts, and some of my favorite alts are casters. The right-click and pan only changes the camera angle; to turn your character, you have to move in the direction of your camera. For a caster, this is a problem if you've already started a cast and your target moves behind you; really the only option I've found in this instance is to keyboard-turn to face your target. Anyone else had this issue, and found a way around it?
10-15-2011 @ 12:14AM
If you use the left mouse button, then it will only change the angle, if you use the right, it may seem that only your head moved, but for combat purposes you are facing that direction. I suggest you double check your mouse bindings if it is not working as described above.
10-15-2011 @ 8:14AM
Hold the RMB 1) Turning the mouse turns you character2) Pressing left of right strafes your character left or rightSo holding the RMB allows you to control the full movement of your character
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