AutoHotkey Scripts to enable WASD-style movement Hello, on the Blizzard forums I go by Yelgis. I run a Google Code project site called diablo-iii-wasd. The purpose of this project is to enable alternative movement styles and input methods within Diablo 3 through unobtrusive means. That means none of the scripts you will find on the project site try to read, modify, or otherwise hack game information. They also are not in anyway intended to automate anything. I will never support botting with scripts. With that out of the way, I'll move on to what I have to offer at the project. Currently, I have two scripts offering alternative movement options. The first is Diablo III WASD. This script enables WASD input to move your character in the 8 basic directions (N, E, S, W and NE, SE, SW, NW). It detects your resolution automatically upon entering the game and will work on all 16:10 and 16:9 resolutions. The only setup required is to downloading AutoHotkey and making a few keybind changes within the game. You have to bind the "Move" key to F12 and make sure to unbind WASD from any actions in the game. The second is Diablo III G13 Joystick. This script uses the analog joystick on the G13 to give you nearly 360 degree facing and movement control in the game. It is based on the same code as the script above so setup is also pretty much the same with the added step of running a joystick test app to identify the joystick number your system has applied to your G13 and editing it in the source. Both scripts will close by themselves when you exit the game and as a bonus will terminate the Agent.exe process if for some reason it is still running after Diablo has already shutdown. (An annoying little bug that keeps you from relaunching the game because it is still running. This annoyance is reintroduced every so many beta patches) The scripts are released under the Free BSD license so you can do whatever you want with them and they can be found at: http://code.google.com/p/diablo-iii-wasd/downloads/list I urge everyone to give them a shot if you have access to beta, even if you are unsure that this style of movement would fit with the game. The only way to know is to take a test drive. Several skeptics were doubtful at first, but I have received a few compliments from those same people once they gave it a shot.