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12-13-2011 @ 3:43PM
I also use a consistent UI across 10 characters that tank, dps and heal. I don't even move the party/raid to the side when not healing. I have found that I really like keeping track of health levels (to throw out a Tranquility when dpsing on my Feral druid, Divine whatever -- raid cooldown -- on my paly tank, etc) even when I'm not actively healing. Last night another feral druid and I saved the raid (raid finder) when we both stopped dpsing and used Tranquility at the same time.Another thing that wasn't mentioned in the article, but can help when moving between characters is binding the same TYPE of spells to the same keybinds. For me, Alt-Mouse5 is my spell interrupt across ALL characters that have one, and Shift-Mouse6 is a movement speed CD. This means that when I see a spell that needs interrupting or I need to move faster, my muscle-memory takes care of it for me.
12-13-2011 @ 4:04PM
I do the same with the same type of spells. I go so far as to have the three "main" heals mapped to the same button on each of my healers (I have one of each healing class).
12-13-2011 @ 10:36PM
I do this too. I thought everyone did.
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