How do you jump?
So far, I've stuck with the defaults. I use the number keys on my Razer Naga for skills, with the 11 and 12 buttons mapped to Burst (done before I finally realised other professions had more than one F-skill) and weapon switch. Sometimes this bites me in the bum and I accidentally switch to my rifle trying to execute a Bull's Charge and, as a result, can't cut ALL the things with Whirling Axe after until I can switch back.
I have one of the small keys to the side of the LMB assigned to push-to-talk, not that I use voice chat much, and I did have another of those mapped to Closest Target, but this binding went to pot and I've been too lazy to rectify,
Finally, I mapped F5 to Draw/Stow weapon because I couldn't think of anywhere else to stick it and it's not a crucially urgent command.
Other than tat, yep, just the defaults.
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24-12-2012, 21:07 #23Lady Rhonwyn (sister of Danea, Katlinel, Gwendydd, and the rest)
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01-01-2013, 18:38 #26
Well, I'm a naga user too, so:
WASD for movement, A and D are strafe. Z is draw/stow weapon, C target closest enemy, 1-10 (or 0 if you prefer...) on the mouse are action keys, 11 and 12 are currently unassigned.
Space for jumping/swimming up and well, that's about that.
Using a mechanical keyboard though because I type a lot - might not really have any effect in GW2, but it does feel more pleasant than using a bubble dome keyboard.
Ah, I keep the naga at its max resolution mostly because I'd go crazy otherwise - I can't abide slow mice.
The G600 looks interesting and I've had very good experiences with Logitech mice before but the naga happens to fit my hand perfectly so I guess I'll stick with that. (mine's a naga epic, so it's wireless/wired depending on whether or not I've remembered to charge it.)
What else... Oh, yeah. I've disabled the caps lock key in my keyboard driver. I've made it a second left shift key instead.
02-01-2013, 07:04 #27