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So does the tape hold the buttons on the mouse? I see that you cut away where the screw is that usually holds the mouse together. Also, did you need to change the back mouse foot?
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Originally Posted by discoprince View Post

test user you are fing crazy man lol
+REP for this monster, at least try to smooth down the edges you cut rofl
Thanks! I did file the edges a little, but then I had to add super glue on the back of the upper shell when the buttons became loose. No matter, I don't touch it anyway smile.gif

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Originally Posted by Wall Street View Post

So does the tape hold the buttons on the mouse? I see that you cut away where the screw is that usually holds the mouse together. Also, did you need to change the back mouse foot?
Yah, it's regular scotch tape which I covered in the more pleasant-to-hold cloth tape. I was surprised by how well it works. Had to move the back foot forwards, and raise a bit with tape. Works good now, though. I'm really liking a proper fingertip-only mouse for a change!

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Originally Posted by resis View Post

I bet this thing is deadly at close range.
Works on longer ranges too, since the spread is pretty tight.
Edited by test user - 11/22/13 at 5:20am
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