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post #1341 of 2101
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Originally Posted by DivineDark View Post

It's an FK1?

What surface are you using it on? Desk? Mouse pad? What pad?
Yes it's an FK1.

I'm using it on a hard plastic mouse pad from SteelSeries.
post #1342 of 2101
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Originally Posted by Costcosaurus View Post

Yes it's an FK1.

I'm using it on a hard plastic mouse pad from SteelSeries.

Try it on a cloth pad and see if you notice the same thing. The other thing you can do is use the button combo to increase the lift off distance. That might save you. The 3310 sensor is kinda picky about it's surface. That sensor works really well on cloth, but not so much on hard pads.
post #1343 of 2101
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Originally Posted by DivineDark View Post

Try it on a cloth pad and see if you notice the same thing. The other thing you can do is use the button combo to increase the lift off distance. That might save you. The 3310 sensor is kinda picky about it's surface. That sensor works really well on cloth, but not so much on hard pads.

I also have a G402 and I don't notice this problem, so it's definitely FK1 related.

I'll try the lift off distance thing and report back.
post #1344 of 2101
The G402 uses a completely different sensor.
post #1345 of 2101
Just change the LOD on the FK1 to the proper "hard pard mode" setting.
It defaults to the "cloth pad mode setting".

Here's how to change it:

Hold button 4 and button 2 and then while holding the buttons put in the USB cable from fhe FK1.

For the cloth mode you hold button 1 instead of 2 and do the same.
post #1346 of 2101
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Originally Posted by detto87 View Post

Just change the LOD on the FK1 to the proper "hard pard mode" setting.
It defaults to the "cloth pad mode setting".

Here's how to change it:

Hold button 4 and button 2 and then while holding the buttons put in the USB cable from fhe FK1.

For the cloth mode you hold button 1 instead of 2 and do the same.

^^
This.
post #1347 of 2101
I still, I can not buy my country FK1, the pasha manufacturers are much more expensive, if I send, Swedish or Russian frown.gif
post #1348 of 2101
What kind of mouse pad is best for this sensor/mouse? Does it matter which color?
post #1349 of 2101
post #1350 of 2101
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Originally Posted by CorruptBE View Post

Tell them to contact pixart about removing pretty much all post processing on the 3310 at 400/800 (and maybe up to 1600?) dpi and perhaps a lighter weight edition. Or a smaller version.

Wait, so 400/800 CPI (and maybe 1600) have post processing? What about 3200 CPI?

And how did you find this out?
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