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post #751 of 908
Hi OCN community,

Thanks for sending PMs to test a new firmware update. at this time we have enough owners to test it, therefore applications are closed.

Have a great day!
post #752 of 908
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Originally Posted by DreamMachines View Post

Hi OCN community,

Thanks for sending PMs to test a new firmware update. at this time we have enough owners to test it, therefore applications are closed.

Have a great day!

ETA on the driver? What exactly does this driver consist of in terms of fixes?
post #753 of 908
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Originally Posted by unplayed namer View Post

The mouse is driverless and I have not found a way to switch mouse 1 and mouse 2. Definitely not a nice move to lefties :-P

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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i5 4460 AsRock H81M-DG4 Sapphire Rx470 Platinum KVR 1600 16Gb 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
2x Seagate 3Tb Samsung 850 EVO 120 Scythe Ninja 3 Rev.B Windows 10 Pro 
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post #754 of 908
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Originally Posted by PjMpire View Post

ETA on the driver? What exactly does this driver consist of in terms of fixes?
ETA will depend on test results. We are waiting for the feedback from the owners who are testing it right now.
We will share more details when it is possible. Please bear with us.
post #755 of 908
Just curious is anyone else's scroll wheel LED very dim? I haven't opened up the mouse but my assumption is there is 1 LED positioned closer to the back logo.
post #756 of 908
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Originally Posted by mint567 View Post

Just curious is anyone else's scroll wheel LED very dim? I haven't opened up the mouse but my assumption is there is 1 LED positioned closer to the back logo.

Fairly but I don't really notice/care, if I had the option I'd disable all LEDs
post #757 of 908
It's been 3 months using this mouse. Still feels like it's brand new (coating is perfect). My only complaint is the tracking. When I'm playing FPS games, for some reason it feels like the mouse is stuck on the X axis (it freezes for a second when trying to move it up or down). It's reliable in tracking in one line (left-right, up-down, top left-bottom right, top right-bottom left). But it's not reliable when moving the mouse on a curve. Think of trying to draw an S with the mouse. It just freezes for a second on a particular axis for some reason.
post #758 of 908
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Originally Posted by bond10 View Post

It's been 3 months using this mouse. Still feels like it's brand new (coating is perfect). My only complaint is the tracking. When I'm playing FPS games, for some reason it feels like the mouse is stuck on the X axis (it freezes for a second when trying to move it up or down). It's reliable in tracking in one line (left-right, up-down, top left-bottom right, top right-bottom left). But it's not reliable when moving the mouse on a curve. Think of trying to draw an S with the mouse. It just freezes for a second on a particular axis for some reason.
I had this happen to me when I bought it. I lowered my polling to 500 hz and it's been fine ever since.
post #759 of 908
Hi all current and future DM1 PRO & DM2 COMFY owners,

Testing results have shown improvement with the performance of our mice, therefore we would like to make these updates available to all our customers.

Firmware download links are below:

DM1 PRO https://www.dreammachines.pl/sterowniki/DM1PRO.zip

DM2 COMFY https://www.dreammachines.pl/sterowniki/DM2COMFY.zip

Installation instructions are inside of each archive.

We would love to hear your feedback.
post #760 of 908
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Originally Posted by DreamMachines View Post

Hi all current and future DM1 PRO & DM2 COMFY owners,

Testing results have shown improvement with the performance of our mice, therefore we would like to make these updates available to all our customers.

Firmware download links are below:

DM1 PRO https://www.dreammachines.pl/sterowniki/DM1PRO.zip

DM2 COMFY https://www.dreammachines.pl/sterowniki/DM2COMFY.zip

Installation instructions are inside of each archive.

We would love to hear your feedback.

Can you explain what it improves on specifically?
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