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post #1861 of 1929
I know how you feel about those right buttons, but it's easy to disassemble the mouse and remove them. the stock glides left a ton of adhesive gunk; I spent a good hour alternating between alcohol and a plastic scrapper getting it off. I picked up a Artisan Hayate Otsu M recently and I've been very happy with the performance of the mouse w/ the new glides.
Edited by raizing - 8/24/15 at 10:02pm
post #1862 of 1929
Is there anyway to ajust the LoD with the 3.38 beta firmware? Can't belive they don't support this mouse anymore...
post #1863 of 1929
Changing lod works on mine with 3.38
post #1864 of 1929
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Changing lod works on mine with 3.38

Can anyone else confirm this? I try to change mine and it stays the same...
post #1865 of 1929
Honestly I remember having consistency issues with the LOD settings even on official firmwares. Sometimes I'd have to keep messing about with it (restarting, etc) and it'd eventually "stick". It'd even change when I applied alterations to other settings. LOD adjustment worked for me on 3.38, but again, it's quite buggy/troublesome.
post #1866 of 1929
Was good as long as it lasted.

After less then one year the left mouse button started to not register all the clicks. No replacement possible (Mionix is not present on the market anymore, at least where I am)
post #1867 of 1929
have anyone attempted to remove led from the mouse to make it lighter?
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post #1868 of 1929
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have anyone attempted to remove led from the mouse to make it lighter?
To make it lighter you have to cut the PCB, remove switches and cut the shell. An LED is insignificant.
post #1869 of 1929
oh ok thanks for your input
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post #1870 of 1929
how thick are the stock skates? i added two .28mm skates and the lod is perfect. but i want to remove the buttons and i guess i have to replace the skates

http://mionix.net/accessories/mouse-glidez-precut-for-avior-series/
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