Click-to-move Control

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The click-to-move feature is useful, but a pain to turn on/off, requiring you open program options and [un]check a box on the Mouse tab. In some situations, that is unacceptable. This addon lets you control click to move with a /slash command, which can be added to a macro. The command can toggle the current state, force it on or off, and set the state to use during combat. Click-to-move - right click on anything and your player moves to it, and then "interacts" with it. You can be mounted, shape-shifted, and in battle; how you interact depends on what you have clicked on. A vendor or mailbox will open, or you can start combat with an enemy. The advantages of using click-to-move: <UL> <LI>Frees you to travel long distances without having to "drive" the entire time. <LI>Click on an enemy target and move into attack range and attack. This is usually <I>melee</I>, but hunters will move in to the maximum ranged attack distance, assuring an attack from the maximum range. <LI>Click on an NPC, move to interaction range, then interact. This includes Quest-Givers, vendors, etc., their dialog windows will open automatically when within range, and, if you have an addon that provides auto-turn-in, -accept, -sell, those actions will be activated, too. </UL> Don't use Click-to-Move (IMHO): <UL> <LI>In combat - a stray right click can move you out of position or run you into another group of mobs. <UL><LI>NOTE: V1.1 will turn Click-to-Move off during combat, and then back on again. </UL> <LI>* Interacting with other players, trade, etc. Too easy to miss the other player and start running away. </UL> Do use it: <UL> <LI>Swimming out to an island <LI>Flying across areas - you can click on things you cannot see. <LI>Long runs in general: the Gold Road, for example. </UL> New in V1.1: <UL> <LI>/ctm ? -- prints current settings <LI>/ctm [on|off] combat -- state for Click-to-Move during battle <LI>/ctm help -- prints simple help </UL>

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  • Avatar of jimkoke jimkoke May 05, 2011 at 19:15 UTC - 0 likes

    Updated today to enable the user to choose to have CTM disabled automatically during battle. Has extended command syntax, albeit a bit awkward, use /ctm help.

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Date created
Dec 06, 2010
Last update
May 06, 2011
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GNU General Public License version 2 (GPLv2)
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