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Originally Posted by Bullveyr;14954412 
Are the (long) macros and the button records saved on the onboard memory (do they work without the software)?

PS: Good work

I have to correct myself. They DO get saved on to the onboard memory biggrin.gif

I don't know why it didnt work first
post #22 of 176
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Originally Posted by HaiiYaa;14957647 
I have to correct myself. They DO get saved on to the onboard memory biggrin.gif

I don't know why it didnt work first
So they work without the software installed?
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So they work without the software installed?

Yup,

Just tried making a long macro with different timing to the keystrokes, put it on the onboard memory, uninstall all the software and restarting my computer. It still worked after that biggrin.gif

I noticed it because it messed up my game
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I want this mouse. Badddd.
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I have to correct myself. They DO get saved on to the onboard memory biggrin.gif

I don't know why it didnt work first

I was about to correct you on that one, Sensei does have onboard memory for that purpose. smile.gif Thanks for the review, that makes for a great start for my weekend.
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Good review but I think the best sensor is the Avago ADNS-S3668
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Hm, macro saving in memory is kinda nice.

But is there the ability to program them without software? I mean.. with the LCD underneath the mouse?

Else I'd have to find me a windows PC cause I'm on a Mac and SS hasn't any software for it.
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I was about to correct you on that one, Sensei does have onboard memory for that purpose. smile.gif Thanks for the review, that makes for a great start for my weekend.

Your comment and all the other comments made my week also biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by detto87;14960725 
Hm, macro saving in memory is kinda nice.

But is there the ability to program them without software? I mean.. with the LCD underneath the mouse?

Else I'd have to find me a windows PC cause I'm on a Mac and SS hasn't any software for it.

Unfortunately not,

However you can change the Cpi, Prediction, Exactaim(deacceleration when moving the mouse slower), Acceleration, Polling rate and lift off distance through the LCD at the bottom
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Does the ~macroed single key still click the key instantly when pushed(holding button down means nothing) like in Xai, or can you somehow make it work that holding it down does the same thing as proper mouse buttons?
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Does the ~macroed single key still click the key instantly when pushed(holding button down means nothing) like in Xai, or can you somehow make it work that holding it down does the same thing as proper mouse buttons?

You mean the button repeating itself when being hold down like holding down rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr ?
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