Setting Up ISBoxer Using the Wizard
1). First off, you need to add Path of exile as a game by right clicking the innerspace icon in the bottom right hand corner and then clicking "Add Game" . You then want to run the Quick Setup Wizard found under the Wizards tab in ISBoxer. Simply follow the steps in the screenshots below.
Setting Up The Key Maps
I use two key maps that both act as broadcasting togglers but the difference between the two is that one functions as an on/off switch while the other is an off toggle. The reason for the off toggle is so that you can have you main character move to pickup the loot without moving other characters at the same time. I currently have that hotkey as tab so that if I see something that needs to be picked up I hit tab, grab it, then resync all of my characters and release tab. (To open minimap hit Shift+Tab). My other hotkey is "Z" for the on/off switch of the repeater. If youd like to permanently turn off broadcasting without having to hold down your off toggle hotkey for forever you double tab your on/off key twice. (First for on then the second time for off).
Below are the Steps I take in Creating my Key Maps
1). First right click onto key maps tab in ISBoxer and name your new key map group anything. (Mine is named "Mouse/Keyboard")
2).Under the Wizards tab in ISBoxer click Mapped Key Wizard.
4). Follow steps 2 and 3 until you reach this screen twice to create the two key maps described above.
5).After creating the two key maps the last step is to go to your character group and then drag and drop the key map group into the character set. Once done it will show those key maps as being apart of the character group as shown below.
6). Final step is to launch. If it does not work the first time try it a few more times and if it still doesnt work have a look at your path of exile "client.exe" path when you added the game to innerspace.
Tips/Techniques In Game
1). Make sure that all of your in game video settings matches those in other windows. (Having different window options in each screen will cause issues, fullscreen works best for windows that aren't the same size)
2). Controlling more than 2 characters is much more difficult as it adds in another element to collapsing the characters onto each other for precise movement/aim.
3). Gear adds a movement speed decrease which will be different for every character. (Use the characters with the fastest movement speed as the leader)
4). Hold shift and aim your attacks, do not click.
5). When teleporting through zones, stack up your characters on the portal and then click.
6). Take things slow, your getting twice the loot for less than half the speed.
*7). Make sure all character have the same movement decrease or increase. (The leader of the group should have 5-10% more movement speed than the rest because of the small delay in turning.)
Attacking accurately with more than two characters is going to be nearly impossible which is why I do not multibox melee. Below is a list of builds that I have found to be the easiest to multibox with.
Viable Multibox Builds:
Any Dual Totem Build with Curse (By far the easiest end game and to multibox, early game is slow as spell totem is a level 20+ spell)
Any mass summoning build with curse (Definatly slower than others but gets the job done and is really easy to multibox)
Any Ranged Attacking Build involving LMP/GMP (Ive been multiboxing a ranger with lightning arrow and lmp lately and it has been farely easy to hit since the spread is so large. However, its not strong or accurate enough with more than 2 characters)
If you have any Questions/Comments feel free to post but the best way to contact me is through private message. Thanks.
ISBoxer Configuration :