i think this problem has to do with having multiple move commands. you're moving once with WW and then you're also pressing your assigned "Move" bind key during that. it's nearly impossible to play this build without a move key assigned, and i don't think the blizzie in the blue post mashed his move key as much as i do.
i can get disconnected in 3 minutes, consistently. blizzboy i will let you play my barb for a day.
also i use a Logitech Spinwheel mouse. http://www.pclaunches.com/entry_images/0809/05/logitech_marathon-mouse-M705.jpg
this mouse has a little button you can click under the wheel that removes "clicks" when turning the wheel. you can set Move to Wheel Down and spin it like the price is right wheel, it will turn on its own for about 11 seconds constantly spamming the move command.
i think this is your problem bliz, give it a shot. make a macro that spams move constantly and try to WW with sprint and the movement rune in WW.
i expect credit for this.
summary: this is not an issue with skill assignment, it's an issue with conflicting move commands. right click for WW, a separate assignment for the Move bind in configuration.
i think that it's pulling us in two directions, since there are technically two commands. this makes the server <Snip!
honestly, the server's client assumptions should not overwrite the player client's position- giving the player client priority would fix ALL rubberbanding.
update: disconnected twice already since last edit to this post. (3 minutes)
update2: if this leads to the problem getting fixed, i am a really poor dude. i currently have 600k total and nothing worth selling. Donations GREATLY appreciated / friend for life status.
also: TOTALLY FOUND PROOF OF THIS.
step 1 : get the disconnection window to pop up,
step 2 : DON'T PRESS OK
step 3 : press whatever button you have assigned to MOVE and watch, your !@# will move around the screen even when you're completely locked out of all other commands.
blizz, problem solved. hook me up. employ me i hate my job.
much love to my WW barbs.