Overall I see some good changes to how auto attack works with this new release. It no longer just starts firing off when you happen to be pointing vaguely towards an enemy, you have to deliberately target them with double clicking or the hard target key, awesome. Great. Love it. Breaking target stops the auto attack, cool and useful. I like that too. Auto Attack stops if I'm not looking at my target, but resumes when I am? Nice, logical. Not all the changes are for the better though. Specifically I refer to how the only way to switch between auto attack and free attack is now by going in through the menu finding the checkbox in the game options and clicking or unclicking it. That keybind that used to exist to be able to use to toggle between modes is simply gone, no longer exists in the controls menu. Is it gone for good? Is it merely temporarily missing? I truly hope it's the latter, but in case it's not, well then I have the following to say on the matter: Why on Novia was it necessary to place the switch between auto attack and free attack only within the options menu? Why eliminate the ability for players to switch more readily between the two modes? Sometimes in the heat of battle I need to switch from quick firing damage to more measured shots on the fly. If, for example, I notice that, 'Oh my I'm suddenly quite low on arrows!' I can compensate with stronger attacks that fire far less often. If someone's yammering at me while I'm clearly trying to fight for my life and I've got lots of ammo I can hit auto attack and hopefully survive real life pestering me while letting auto attack take more of the burden from me. This new implementation, assuming that what's been done as of this morning is the final iteration of this change, completely eliminates that option of making that strategic on the fly decisions of which mode to use. Only by fumbling through a menu can I enjoy the level of versatility I had before this change. I'm definitely not a fan of that change and would like to know if there's actually some overall reasoning behind walling off the toggle behind the menu system rather than letting us keep a keybind to switch between modes.