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Last night I was fighting Belial on Hell, and my friend died in the top-left corner of the platform behind him. Every time I tried to click his gravestone to res him, I would simply attack Belial instead (even though my cursor would change to the "res player" hand). I tried zooming in with Z as well, but that didn't make a difference.

This has happened other times too, but its always been on bosses that move around, so I could kite them away from the body then run back and res.

Is there any other way to resurrect a player other than clicking their gravestone? Or failing that, is there a way to tell my character to not attack when clicking, so I can click on the gravestone?

(As a side note, I did finish killing Belial all by myself as a tanky-monk, even if it did take me 5-10 minutes since he had about 75% life when my friend died!)

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Bind the move key and see if that works (I haven't tried it, will test when I can). – dpatchery May 24 '12 at 17:20
@dpatchery I will try and resurrect the next dead player I see with the Move key and let you know if it works or not :) Providing the Move key can resurrect a player, this may work – Rachel May 25 '12 at 13:30
For the record, no the Move key will not resurrect a player :) – Rachel May 29 '12 at 18:19
up vote 3 down vote accepted

You have fallen victim to the not enough pixels demon, preventer of resurrections and smudger of details. Your best chance would come when he's leaning a little to the right, but even that's pretty fine.

If you can't get a good click on that gravestone, no, you cannot resurrect your friend.

This is another example in an appalling list of missing keyboard short cuts.

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