YES. I'm using a recliner as well. My mouse is on a Goliath mouse pad, on a neat surface designed for the arm (making it essentially, arm chair console). The keypad I get will be on the left side; on the same type of mouse pad sized cover.
I haven't had any issues binding the 12 keys to wow functions yet, but have read that other have had these type of issues.
It's nice to know Bartender is still around. I haven't used a hotbar mod since very early WoTLK.
How do the keys feel on the Nostromo?
Do you use an actual living room type recliner for PC gaming? That sounds incredibly comfortable but not too practical, but I'm interested.
Also all this talk of these fancy gamepads has me curious. I currently have no problems with my keybinds or anything but I don't know how sold I would be on an MMO mouse.
Personally, I have the Razer Naga Molten and the Corsair K70, the K70 is a mechanical keyboard and is way more responsive than your average keyboard. If I were you the best way to start is with a mechanical keyboard, might as well start with something you'll end up moving onto. As for your mouse, it's fine. I really suggest the Corsair K70.
I use Merc stealth only for MMO's. I've tried learning the orbweaver from levels 85-90, and the movement was always an issue for me with the stick, I could never get used to it.
I still wish the Fang gamepad was still available so I don't have to use this keyboard to type.
That is why I am at present using the central keys on the Belkin n52TE as a traditional WASD, and the d-pad (stick removed) as the 4 binds they would have been.
Same number of keys that way, and given how the more capable players are doing it on a traditional keyboard, mimicking that doesn't seem that bad an idea.
Originally Posted by DeadmanWalking
I don't understand why we don't have flying so they tell us we will have convenient flight points. Immersion and danger? Here take some coins and fly me there while I read facebook or go take a poop.
Originally Posted by Reinaerd
T'is good to see there are still people valiantly putting the "Ass" in assumption.