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My 2 year old gaming keyboard is giving out, and I'm considering digging out the 10 year old but still faithful keyboard and getting the Peregrine glove, but I do not want to violate the ToS.
As far as I can tell, so long as the glove software implements macros in the exact same way as the game software, it's OK. I think that it's if the software can implement things like pauses that would cause ToS violation. Is my understanding correct?
I'd like to become a more effective player, but WASD is horribly hard on my left hand. What I've been doing is using the arrow keys, then hopping over to hit the hotkeys. The Peregrine looks like it will allow my hand to stay in a more natural position, and increase my input speed.
As a side note, the old keyboard had a quart of cranberry juice dumped on it and still works... Sure don't make them like they used to.
anything that allows you to walk away from your computer while still "playing" Warcraft is a violation of TOS.
If you're using your glove thingy at your computer and are ACTIVELY playing it, it's alright. That's the defense many people use with the Logitech G-15 Keyboards (which are supported by Blizz/Warcraft) and its Macro Keys.
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