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post #1221 of 1929
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

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.

Yeah... But are they working on fixing the "swamp cursor"? Everyone knows it's an epidemic, and needs to be fixed immediately. I've heard the mouse is so unresponsive that it can actually counter your hand movements so abruptly that it can break your hand... GAME BREAKING!!!
post #1222 of 1929
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Originally Posted by DivineDark View Post

Yeah... But are they working on fixing the "swamp cursor"? Everyone knows it's an epidemic, and needs to be fixed immediately. I've heard the mouse is so unresponsive that it can actually counter your hand movements so abruptly that it can break your hand... GAME BREAKING!!!
What the heck is this swamp cursor thing? I don't even know what the word "swamp" means though tongue.gif
post #1223 of 1929
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It's all dumb. I'm beginning to think there's no such thing as a usable gaming mouse at all to some people on the forum.
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post #1224 of 1929
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What the heck is this swamp cursor thing? I don't even know what the word "swamp" means though tongue.gif

It's another imagined affliction created right here on this very forum. Like many others, it is completely not quantifiable, and relies on the 100% accurate method of testing call "feel". All in all, it's complete BS created as a way to avoid happiness and contentment with a product.
post #1225 of 1929
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It's another imagined affliction created right here on this very forum. Like many others, it is completely not quantifiable, and relies on the 100% accurate method of testing call "feel". All in all, it's complete BS created as a way to avoid happiness and contentment with a product.
I laughed hard.
Some people are wrong, and always will be.
post #1226 of 1929
Seems you are as much of cocaine snoring low lives as I am since I don't get it either biggrin.gif
post #1227 of 1929
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Originally Posted by ithehappy View Post

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!
The way i found to recognize each DPI value i m using, its pretty simple
- each profile would use one DPI value only, i set it to the lower DPI switch button because i use the higher's one for something else tongue.gif
- each profile would have different LED colour, either on scrollwheel or logo

this my following profile
- Dekstop profile which i use 1600 dpi + many desktop shorcuts on side buttons
- No LED actived at all
- Gaming profile's no.1: 800 dpi
It depends whether i use all side buttons, if not i can disable some of them. Some games dont require too many function, some games do
- White LED for this profile
- Gaming profile no.2, no.3 etc..
Do you get it?
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post #1228 of 1929
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Originally Posted by ajx View Post

The way i found to recognize each DPI value i m using, its pretty simple
- each profile would use one DPI value only, i set it to the lower DPI switch button because i use the higher's one for something else tongue.gif
- each profile would have different LED colour, either on scrollwheel or logo

this my following profile
- Dekstop profile which i use 1600 dpi + many desktop shorcuts on side buttons
- No LED actived at all
- Gaming profile's no.1: 800 dpi
It depends whether i use all side buttons, if not i can disable some of them. Some games dont require too many function, some games do
- White LED for this profile
- Gaming profile no.2, no.3 etc..
Do you get it?
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Maybe I could bind my CPI increase button to switch profiles and my CPI decrease to just lower CPI then set all 3 steps on each profile to the same value for that profile. I didn't even think about that, great idea.
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post #1229 of 1929
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Originally Posted by ajx View Post

The way i found to recognize each DPI value i m using, its pretty simple
- each profile would use one DPI value only, i set it to the lower DPI switch button because i use the higher's one for something else tongue.gif
- each profile would have different LED colour, either on scrollwheel or logo

this my following profile
- Dekstop profile which i use 1600 dpi + many desktop shorcuts on side buttons
- No LED actived at all
- Gaming profile's no.1: 800 dpi
It depends whether i use all side buttons, if not i can disable some of them. Some games dont require too many function, some games do
- White LED for this profile
- Gaming profile no.2, no.3 etc..
Do you get it?
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It's really a nice idea, but the problem is I use the DPI up and down buttons for something else.
The way I have done it is dumb, I just set it at lowest, 50, then my preferred value of 1050, and then the highest, 7000, but it works. Because both the lowest and highest are crazily low and fast respectively, so I don't need a second to understand what DPI I am at / using.
But your idea is really nice for those who don't use the DPI up and down buttons both for something else.
post #1230 of 1929
You coud set to any other programmable side buttons (the right side buttons even though i would not recommend if you dont get use to not click it by mistake)
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