As a healer with mouseover-macros I sometimes lose track of where my mouse is on-screen, losing a few seconds finding it again.

I would like to have a key bound to resetting the mouse position to a point that I can choose (I would want it to jump on the Tank in my UI).

Is there any way to do that?

I would prefer an ingame command solution to an add-on to a windows solution to a third party solution.

  • That would be against the rules. Blizzard would count that as a bot i think. – Martin H. Aug 12 '16 at 10:15

The plain answer is no.

Yes, there are a few technical tricks to do this using Windows tools (Power Shell scripts for example), but there is no ingame feature for this for a reason. Anything that positions or moves the mouse automatically is prohibited by Blizzard.

You can use a Windows feature to find your cursor more easily, though.

Control Panel -> Mouse -> see below

By enabling this setting you can press CTRL and it will point out where the curser currently is.

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  • Thanks, I remember that ping function, but with all the special effects flying around I doubt it would help much, but I'll try. Maybe I'll rather make a macro to cast my quick heal on the tank for when I lose sight of my mouse. – iraserd Aug 12 '16 at 7:04
  • @iraserd that sounds good. I usually have an emergency macro on my healers to heal up my focus target, which is usually the primary tank. Also it might be a good idea to enable some sort of mouse trails addon. I've seen those around and they don't look as crappy as the Windows one. – dly Aug 12 '16 at 7:07

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