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post #3821 of 3899
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Originally Posted by FinalMouse View Post

One of several approaches

I actually was planning to buy a ScreamOne though it's obviously overpriced for what quality it delivers. I got interested because many Korean Overwatch pros start to use finalmouse these days.
But when I saw they tried to fix the "button slam" issue with firmwares, I immediately gave up the idea.
I dare not buy a mouse from a manufacturer who wants to solve accidental button actuation with firmwares.

(Also, I'm not a fan of Screamone and I feel the signature on the mouse is disgusting. Even if I'm fan of someone, I won't want to use a product with his signature on it. It's just aesthetically ugly.)

Well, if they really see it as "one of several approaches", there can be two possibilities.
1. They don't do anything in the firmware. They just tell the consumers they fixed it. Then the foolish consumers will no longer feel the problem because of placebo effect.
2. They actually modified the firmware. The firmware now filters all the clicks. When the button is pressed, it does not report the click to your computer. It waits. It waits for an short delay to see if your button is released during the short delay period. If the button is released very shortly, then this click is considered a mouse slam. It will not be reported to the computer at all. If the button is not released in the short period, this click is considered done by human and then reported to the computer.
Imagine, a button click caused by mouse slam could be very short, the button will be naturally released after the mouse hit the mouse pad. But a click by human finger could hardly be that short. We don't yet need to talk about if this "approach" can effectively distinguish mouse slam and finger clicks. It just adds delay to all your clicks. Maybe the delay they set is very short, like 3ms, but it still is a delay, and it delays ALL your clicks. This is a trash "approach". I don't want to say the manufacturer that came up with such "approach" is trash, but I believe everyone has his own judge in his heart now.
Edited by fourthavenue - 4/28/17 at 8:40pm
post #3822 of 3899
Is Scream playing with an Ergo with 3360 Sensor?
End of the Video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcVMi0-ydmo
post #3823 of 3899
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Originally Posted by t3ram View Post

Is Scream playing with an Ergo with 3360 Sensor?
End of the Video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcVMi0-ydmo

Yeah, I think FinalMouse once tweeted saying ScreaM was using a custom Ergo 2016 or something

EDIT:

here

https://twitter.com/finalmouse/status/810570630609375232
Edited by LoadSounds - 4/29/17 at 3:03am
post #3824 of 3899
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Originally Posted by daniel0731ex View Post

If there's anyone here who has a sacrificial Finalmouse, would you mind experimenting with trimming off this part to see how it affects the slam issue?


I've tried it, it reduced the issue but it still exists if you really slam it hard. The v2 firmware fixes it completely for me without any noticeable extra delay.

Here is the firmware before v2: https://mega.nz/#!bF0iHQCJ!3yg43dJH5BL1ZB1rc1LQftZKQ5x49w4JI0GMH7PLWxI
Edited by ZupaDupaMan - 4/29/17 at 7:32am
post #3825 of 3899
The firmware fix actually seems to have fixed the issue for me in game. I have been playing with it now for quite some time and since the update I have yet to have the activation in game where as with the old firmware it would happen every so often. I posted the video above showing it still does happen if you drop it from an inch or so or tap it but I think the conditions the mouse is under in game are different from my tests. The firmware update definitely does something regarding click slams because before the update I could get it to activate 100% of the time by doing a specific tap motion and now it only happens like 25% of the time when I do that motion trying to make it happen.
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post #3826 of 3899
My middle click is double clicking a lot of the time now. Jude I'm fairly certain you can fix this with FW as well, there's no way a second middle click can be pressed as fast.
post #3827 of 3899
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Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post

My middle click is double clicking a lot of the time now. Jude I'm fairly certain you can fix this with FW as well, there's no way a second middle click can be pressed as fast.

I have two and one is REALLY hard and the other is mushy and doesn't always go back up

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post #3828 of 3899
Is there a way to tell which firmware you currently have?
post #3829 of 3899
This is the best mouse i've ever used, and im playing cs since 2001.. Perfect sensor, perfect sensor position, very nice clicks, great grips, ultra light

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post #3830 of 3899
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Originally Posted by LoadSounds View Post

Yeah, I think FinalMouse once tweeted saying ScreaM was using a custom Ergo 2016 or something

EDIT:

here

https://twitter.com/finalmouse/status/810570630609375232

I will wait until they release the ergo with a 3360 and get that smile.gif some say that a new ergo will be released this year
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