Finally we have the addition of a buyback feature that conveniently allows you to get items you sold by accident back. A neat little feature that might even save a monitor or two.

I know that this has been a very long and probably tough read, it was a very hard topic to summarize, so I will keep this last part as short as possible. This was the first part of two Chronicles about the Interface & Controls of Diablo III and its predecessors. As you probably noticed there was an apparent lack of Controls in this one, which was intentional. This part focused on the parts of the interface that we deal with mostly out of combat, while the next and final part will focus on the interfaces we come in contact with in combat, including control and camera layout. Until then, don't forget the past, without the past there is no future.