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New client Cursor Last Target

Discussion in 'UO Stygian Abyss' started by Cetric, Jan 16, 2010.

  1. Cetric

    Cetric Grand Inquisitor
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    Ok so i was playing with the enhance client tonight. Anyone tried to use this with a mage? It seems that the Cursor Last Target for targeting on the mouse wheel just bloooowwwwssss. I dunno if its just me, but i cant cast two spells in a row without "overcasting" it seems. cant magic arrow-fireball, chain weaken, hell even had trouble with exp-fs. this is pvp oriented, i could try to slow down and cast if it was pvm, but in the classic client i don't have to even worry about this, any ideas?


    Anyone try this out?
     
  2. hawkeye_pike

    hawkeye_pike Babbling Loonie
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    You should turn legacy targeting off. Then a whole new world of EC targeting functions will open to you. Have fun!
     
  3. Merion

    Merion Lore Master
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    What he said!
     
  4. Cetric

    Cetric Grand Inquisitor
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    Sorry, i just dug this up thinking about it again.

    I believe i tried it with and without legacy targeting (if i remember correctly, not at home right now) If you turn off legacy targeting, what are the options available for last target.

    The reason i believe i tried it without, is because it wasn't last target, it was called someting else, and still had the same result.

    thank you much for your prior responses