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post #71 of 111
afaik frosted glass is basically heaven for ICS sensors
post #72 of 111
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Originally Posted by hslayer View Post

i've been using my ZA13 with this glass cutting board for more than 6 months and its been working fine.
3310 DOES track on the surface properly.
Did you put anything on the other side of it? Are you using the rough or smooth side?

By doesn't track I mean that it's very jittery. When making a smooth line with my mouse it tracks less than half the time. Completely unusable. I'm really thinking it has to do with the fact I have extra mouse feet on it to make the LOD lower. I guess the sensor is actually tracking below the glass and not the direct surface it's sitting on? I just really don't want to peel them off unless I know for sure.

Thanks for the help smile.gif
post #73 of 111
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Originally Posted by Krocket View Post

Sorry for bumping an old topic. Just bought this but my EC2-A barely tracks on it. In this thread it seemed like both glass cutting boards and the 3310 should be compatible.

I tried both sides and it's sitting on top of my black Glorious XXL. Do I shave off my mouse feet to make the LOD higher if that's the issue? Or should I put some black paper on the other side of it even if the mouse pad is there?
Unless you linked to the wrong thing you bought a clear board which isn't going to work out. You were supposed to buy one that's frosted on one side and then use the mouse on that frosted side. There are actually some posts earlier in this topic from people who had issues with tracking then realized they were trying to use the clear side. And that thing doesn't have a frosted side so it's a no-go. Check out the pics in the original post to see what it should look like.
post #74 of 111
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Originally Posted by a_ak57 View Post

Unless you linked to the wrong thing you bought a clear board which isn't going to work out. You were supposed to buy one that's frosted on one side and then use the mouse on that frosted side. There are actually some posts earlier in this topic from people who had issues with tracking then realized they were trying to use the clear side. And that thing doesn't have a frosted side so it's a no-go. Check out the pics in the original post to see what it should look like.
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Originally Posted by hslayer View Post

i've been using my ZA13 with this glass cutting board for more than 6 months and its been working fine.
3310 DOES track on the surface properly.

Starting to get confused. I've seen people using non-frosted, tempered glass cutting boards who say it works fine. Going to find another mouse and see if it works.
post #75 of 111
The glossy side works well for some illumination but not for stuff that uses visible light. Glossy glass is clear after all.
post #76 of 111
Well, my G303 tacks 'better' on it but still unusable. Tons of positive and negative acceleration. @hslayer do you really have this same exact cutting board? Did you do anything to it to make it work? If it turns out I'm a moron and bought something my mice aren't compatible with I guess I could give it to my mom tongue.gif
post #77 of 111
I don't know which model you purchased but mine is 15X12 Grand Elite Frosted Tempered Glass Cutting Board (Part Number 8G1512SD)
All I did was, take off the existing feet and put them on the other side (glass side). Frosted side should be on top.
post #78 of 111
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Originally Posted by hslayer View Post

I don't know which model you purchased but mine is 15X12 Grand Elite Frosted Tempered Glass Cutting Board (Part Number 8G1512SD)
All I did was, take off the existing feet and put them on the other side (glass side). Frosted side should be on top.

The one I linked isn't frosted. Well, guess I can't use it.
post #79 of 111
Looks like they don't have the frosted version anymore.

I wonder how good this one is: http://vanceind.com/20x16-black-cutting-board.aspx

Never tried glass before but it's solid black.
post #80 of 111
Does anyone have a link to where I can get this board or another one similar in north america? Can't find the frosted model in stock anywhere. Thanks!
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