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post #501 of 934
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So am I the luckies guy on earth? I haven't experienced any of these problems :/.

No issues with mine. In fact this seems to be the mouse with the highest quality I have ever used.
post #502 of 934
Did you actually open the box to check?
Because I have both and they both came with the matte version on the box printed.
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DHL gods finally had mercy and I got my DM1 Pro S...however they sent the wrong one - ordered glossy got mate coated version - back to sender with it! rolleyes.gif
post #503 of 934
Yeah I did check it - human error no big drama.
My G100s gets another week before I take it behind the barn.
post #504 of 934
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Originally Posted by acid_reptile View Post

Can you make a picture of it? Where did you add stickers?

Unfortunately I can't take a picture as mouse feet are back on.

Take off mouse feet, unscrew screws, take off shell, apply small piece of sticker over each of the switches (the box thing that makes click noise when pressed).
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post #505 of 934
Are the screwholes in the same location as the revel? I would like to try sticker fix on this one too without wasting the extra feets.


Edit, never mind you pretty much have to peel the feet on this one because the screwholes are at the edge not center of feet.

And *** the PCB is just floating inside?
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post #506 of 934
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Are the screwholes in the same location as the revel? I would like to try sticker fix on this one too without wasting the extra feets.


Edit, never mind you pretty much have to peel the feet on this one because the screwholes are at the edge not center of feet.

And *** the PCB is just floating inside?

I've reused the original feet twice now!

I just used a sharp knife to remove the feet, in order to minimise bending, applied them to one of those shiny mouse feet surfaces, and then put it under a heavy object while I worked on the mouse, it straitened the feet and they're still more than sticky enough to reapply.
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post #507 of 934
you can actually adjust the click by tightening and loosing the front screws. I just tightened a lil bit.
post #508 of 934
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you can actually adjust the click by tightening and loosing the front screws. I just tightened a lil bit.

So if you tighten left screw, the left click will be stiffer?
post #509 of 934
Not sure if this works as I just tried it and noticed 0 difference, of anything DONT do it because you can potentially overtighten it and strip the threads.

I applied a tiny square of a rubiks cube sticker to the left switch which did help with the responsiveness.

Also, about the hollow button, you can try to adjust the screws a bit (aka loosen and tighten the screws) and try to find a combo that makes it better.
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you can actually adjust the click by tightening and loosing the front screws. I just tightened a lil bit.
post #510 of 934
I ordered one that should get here on Monday... Really hoping mine doesn't have any issues :/
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