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Autorun is a [[hotkey]]. It stands for 'automatic run', which, curiously enough, reflects the nature of the command in that activating it will cause one's character to act as if the player has run engaged.
 
Autorun is a [[hotkey]]. It stands for 'automatic run', which, curiously enough, reflects the nature of the command in that activating it will cause one's character to act as if the player has run engaged.
   
By default the binding is set to Numlock.
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By default the binding is set to Numlock on the Windows version and Clear (fn-6) on the Mac version.<ref>[http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html;jsessionid=4F2F661E3CA0A99D8F8FC4BCA609D711.app05_05?topicId=2512087101&postId=25734472863&sid=1#6 '''6. Re: Num lock for Macs''' <small>10/24/2007 01:40:30 AM PDT</small>] by [[Piril]]</ref>
   
 
==Alternative Bindings==
 
==Alternative Bindings==
   
It is not uncommon for players to rebind this key to something more convenient, such as Shift + W. Often, many skills will be bound to the surrounding keys (Alt and/or Shift ASD, QE, ZXC) in addition to the standard WASD movement controls, meaning one has consolidated much of their button mashing to a single hand.
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It is not uncommon for players to rebind this key to something more convenient, such as Shift + W. Often, many skills will be bound to the surrounding keys (Alt and/or Shift ASD, QE, ZXC) in addition to the standard WASD or &uarr;&larr;&darr;&rarr; movement controls, meaning one has consolidated much of their button mashing to a single hand.
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== References ==
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[[Category:Game terms]]
 
[[Category:Game terms]]

Latest revision as of 00:25, August 19, 2008

Autorun is a hotkey. It stands for 'automatic run', which, curiously enough, reflects the nature of the command in that activating it will cause one's character to act as if the player has run engaged.

By default the binding is set to Numlock on the Windows version and Clear (fn-6) on the Mac version.[1]

Alternative BindingsEdit

It is not uncommon for players to rebind this key to something more convenient, such as Shift + W. Often, many skills will be bound to the surrounding keys (Alt and/or Shift ASD, QE, ZXC) in addition to the standard WASD or ↑←↓→ movement controls, meaning one has consolidated much of their button mashing to a single hand.

References Edit

  1. ^ 6. Re: Num lock for Macs 10/24/2007 01:40:30 AM PDT by Piril

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