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post #261 of 688
Spawn is also an example that things can wrong with a keyboard endpoint for a mouse. Caps Lock caused usage spikes. However, I can't think of another mouse in existence that shared that stupid problem.
post #262 of 688
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CM storm spawn has a keyboard endpoint. It's kind of necessary if you want keyboard macros to follow the mouse around, without having to install drivers on every computer you use. A lot of companies add features for progamers that don't always play on their own machines, even if it makes no sense for a normal gamer.
AutoHotKey works everywhere with anything. So does FreePie. I really don't see the point of using any of this bloatware that comes with modern mice since it is so limited in what it can actually do. No keyboard thingy necessary on mouse.
post #263 of 688
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AutoHotKey works everywhere with anything. So does FreePie. I really don't see the point of using any of this bloatware that comes with modern mice since it is so limited in what it can actually do. No keyboard thingy necessary on mouse.
You don't see the advantage of not having to install software on every PC?

In principle, a mouse with a keyboard endpoint can simulate any combination of mouse/keyboard input possible. Yes, autohotkey can do other stuff besides pure keyboard/mouse input, but that's kind of pointless if you aren't allowed to install software(e.g. tournament supplied computer).
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post #264 of 688
No need to install anything. AHK runs from exe file, plug and play, plug in USB drive, run, enjoy. Plus if you're a pro gamer on a competition PC I bet you don't even need, are not allowed to use or want any of the programmable stuff whether it is in software or hardcoded in mouse firmware.
If you personally own 20 PCs and play each game on one, well there are better ways to play 20 games such as on 1 PC, other than that a simple file sharing can distribute that exe file to all 20 PCs easily instantly too.
post #265 of 688
I was using my ms 3.0 @ 1hz fine for the last week. Suddenly in game, the mouse stopped working. Now it will only work on one or two other USB ports, non of which are usb 3.0. It does nothing on a usb 3.0 port. Any ideas? Never had this happen before.
post #266 of 688
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Any ideas?
It's obvious - take another mouse and test nonworking port.
post #267 of 688
Works with other devices. I plugged the mouse back in and it is now working at 1000hz again on that port. When it first stopped working in game, I plugged other devices into that port and they worked. The mouse did not work on that port but functioned on other ports. I play csgo competitively and can't risk this happening at random. Seemed fine for the previous week. Maybe mouse is going..
Edited by sotf - 7/13/16 at 1:57am
post #268 of 688
Does running at a higher polling rate affect the high click latency in a 125hz WMO? Sorry if this has already been answered a bunch.

Thanks!
post #269 of 688
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Does running at a higher polling rate affect the high click latency in a 125hz WMO? Sorry if this has already been answered a bunch.

Thanks!

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post #270 of 688
Just snatched up a 3.0 so I shall see how this legend feels in the hand in about an hour or so & running the drivers. Hope it all goes well.
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