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Let's say I clear an entire dungeon level and know I can proceed safely all the way to the end, but am on the complete opposite side of the dungeon than the exit. In past Diablo games, there was a way I could click on the map or mini map, and my character would proceed the long distance to that location while I took a short break or sorted my inventory.

Can I do this in Diablo 3?

If so, how? What is the keyboard shortcut to do so?

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The designers made the decision not to allow you to move with the map up. No what you want is not possible. – Ramhound Jun 12 '12 at 16:26
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There is no way to click on the main map or minimap to move there, neither was there such an option in previous Diablo games.

In previous Diablo games you could, however, move with the main map open; but that option no longer exists in Diablo III.

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This is probably my most missed feature. Searching for a specific dungeon becomes much easier when you can see the explored areas. – MBraedley Jun 12 '12 at 12:46
That's a shame. Oh well, thanks for the info. – Tater596 Jun 12 '12 at 20:38

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