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post #1211 of 1929
A stupid question, but is there any way to use Volume Up and down with Avior's software, I mean is there a way to programme those functions on any keys? I was so used to do it with my Kone and now leaning forward and using the keyboard, or double clicking a full screen video and turn up the slider is really a PITA redface.gif
post #1212 of 1929
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A stupid question, but is there any way to use Volume Up and down with Avior's software, I mean is there a way to programme those functions on any keys? I was so used to do it with my Kone and now leaning forward and using the keyboard, or double clicking a full screen video and turn up the slider is really a PITA redface.gif
Not that I know of. Just looked and you'd probably have to bind a keyboard shortcut with something like AutoHotKey and then bind that to one of the buttons. That would do it.
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post #1213 of 1929
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Damn! Now you are intriguing me to get another hard mat.

QCK Heavy or Destructor 2. Cancelling out the Taito, it's not out for long, no one can say about its durability, not shooting in dark any more.

I only got like 6 months out of my qck mass before it started seperating from the rubber. Trying out a Taito currently so I guess a year from now I can let ppl know about the durability lol
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post #1214 of 1929
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Not that I know of. Just looked and you'd probably have to bind a keyboard shortcut with something like AutoHotKey and then bind that to one of the buttons. That would do it.
Thanks mate. I haven't heard about this AutoHotKey thing before, but I just tried using my keyboard's volume up & down switch and use that on Avior's software, and it works! biggrin.gif Now I have some purpose for the right side buttons thumb.gif
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I only got like 6 months out of my qck mass before it started seperating from the rubber. Trying out a Taito currently so I guess a year from now I can let ppl know about the durability lol
Wonderful to know that. I will look forward for that updated review. It always baffled me how companies don't ask for more money and actually make a decent product which won't give you any after purchase thoughts! mad.gif

Anyone here using a Mionix mat actually?
post #1215 of 1929
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Thanks mate. I haven't heard about this AutoHotKey thing before, but I just tried using my keyboard's volume up & down switch and use that on Avior's software, and it works! biggrin.gif Now I have some purpose for the right side buttons thumb.gif
Wonderful to know that. I will look forward for that updated review. It always baffled me how companies don't ask for more money and actually make a decent product which won't give you any after purchase thoughts! mad.gif

Anyone here using a Mionix mat actually?
Yeah the Mionix Sargas mats fray fast. Don't bother until they put some anti fray edges of those things.
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post #1216 of 1929
@ithehappy: I wouldn't give too much credit to ppl saying their QCK Heavy frayed early. I dont't know how they used or treated them, but I never really had a problem with QCK+, QCK Heavy or similar pads like my Deskpad. None of the started to fray, even after using for 1-2 years. That doesn't mean it won't happen. But I rarely see complaints of the QCK Heavy, it's usually a very durable cloth pad that is used by many many gamers, even pros (look at the cologne event some this year).
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@ithehappy: I wouldn't give too much credit to ppl saying their QCK Heavy frayed early. I dont't know how they used or treated them, but I never really had a problem with QCK+, QCK Heavy or similar pads like my Deskpad. None of the started to fray, even after using for 1-2 years. That doesn't mean it won't happen. But I rarely see complaints of the QCK Heavy, it's usually a very durable cloth pad that is used by many many gamers, even pros (look at the cologne event some this year).
Yeah, I have read reviews, and 90+% of them are positive, and some are extremely positive. Hmm....

I have one more question about this Avior's software, how do you know at which DPI settings are you on? I mean I never use the dedicated DPI Up / Down switches as the same purpose, because I never change DPI. But under the Avior's software I see nothing is mentioned as to which DPI settings I am on at, say if I want to move to a different DPI profile how can I do that without using the mouse's buttons? Kinda confusing!
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Yeah, I have read reviews, and 90+% of them are positive, and some are extremely positive. Hmm....

I have one more question about this Avior's software, how do you know at which DPI settings are you on? I mean I never use the dedicated DPI Up / Down switches as the same purpose, because I never change DPI. But under the Avior's software I see nothing is mentioned as to which DPI settings I am on at, say if I want to move to a different DPI profile how can I do that without using the mouse's buttons? Kinda confusing!
Not really sure you can. Best you can do is set all 3 CPI settings to the same value. This is one annoyance I have. I wish the mouse had lights on it like the Naos 8200 to indicate current CPI step.
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Not really sure you can. Best you can do is set all 3 CPI settings to the same value. This is one annoyance I have. I wish the mouse had lights on it like the Naos 8200 to indicate current CPI step.
Made them same, that should do the job.
Not really sure about an additional light, but the software could simply have provided an option to change the DPI settings without the use of the DPI buttons on the mouse. Just putting a simple tick mark on the activated DPI setting would have done the job easy. I am sure they'll add it in future.
post #1220 of 1929
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Made them same, that should do the job.
Not really sure about an additional light, but the software could simply have provided an option to change the DPI settings without the use of the DPI buttons on the mouse. Just putting a simple tick mark on the activated DPI setting would have done the job easy. I am sure they'll add it in future.
Yeah they have said to me multiple times that they are working on the UI and the drivers. I told them a couple times now as well they should implement SS Engine's feature that enables particular profiles when certain .EXEs are launched.
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