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Going to sand down the bottom too. I will also replace the switches with blue huanos thumb.gif
Depending on your copy of the G Pro, this actually might not be a bad idea. Some have stated already that their mouse buttons are so sensitive that it has become barely usable in-game due to accidental triggers. I've taken apart an EC1-A and EC2-A and the Huano switches are just easy to actuate as most Omron switches. The myth is that the Huano switches make the clicks stiffer, but after further dissection on my part of the Zowie mice I own, it's their shell that causes this stiff feeling click.
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

Depending on your copy of the G Pro, this actually might not be a bad idea. Some have stated already that their mouse buttons are so sensitive that it has become barely usable in-game due to accidental triggers. I've taken apart an EC1-A and EC2-A and the Huano switches are just easy to actuate as most Omron switches. The myth is that the Huano switches make the clicks stiffer, but after further dissection on my part of the Zowie mice I own, it's their shell that causes this stiff feeling click.
Yeah, the biggest reason I'm replacing the switches is because my left click barely makes a clicking sound while the right is very tactile and clicky. I don't really expect them to be much heavier, but any increase in stiffness is welcomed by me for this mouse.
post #1763 of 3554
Which one corepads can match into g pro ?

COREPAD Logitech MX1000/5000/610/620

COREPAD Logitech MX500/MX510/MX518/MX700/MX900

COREPAD Skatez Pro 3 Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer 3.0 IE3/Microsoft Intellimouse 1.1 (IM1.1 - Microsoft Intellimouse 1.0 (im1.0) - Zowie IO1.1 ZG

COREPAD Logitech M215/M310/M325

???
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Originally Posted by Melan View Post

MX1, MX2;
MS2 most likely;
MS3 not sure.

Would a MX1 and MX2 wear out around the same time? Saw your post here on for your MX2s
http://www.overclock.net/t/1541751/logitech-g303-daedalus-apex-gaming-mouse/6730#post_25426082
post #1765 of 3554
Their thickness is the same but your mileage will vary depending on how you use the mouse and surface you use it on.

Edit: Also on how you apply pressure. In G303 thread I showed worst case. Some feet out of all 6 had different thickness regardless that I applied them at the same time.
Edited by Melan - 9/15/16 at 6:21am
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Their thickness is the same but your mileage will vary depending on how you use the mouse and surface you use it on.

Edit: Also on how you apply pressure. In G303 thread I showed worst case. Some feet out of all 6 had different thickness regardless that I applied them at the same time.

thumb.gif cheers
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Going to sand down the bottom too. I will also replace the switches with blue huanos thumb.gif
Depending on your copy of the G Pro, this actually might not be a bad idea. Some have stated already that their mouse buttons are so sensitive that it has become barely usable in-game due to accidental triggers. I've taken apart an EC1-A and EC2-A and the Huano switches are just easy to actuate as most Omron switches. The myth is that the Huano switches make the clicks stiffer, but after further dissection on my part of the Zowie mice I own, it's their shell that causes this stiff feeling click.

I missclick M2 all the time with the G pro, M1 is fine.
I think its because of some grip thing with light click.

I never missclick omrons like in the KPM.
post #1768 of 3554
I also misclick a lot with the g pro due to soft LMB and mostly RMB, but i like the soft buttons compared to g403/g900 if it was a tad stiffer they would be perfect.
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If I were you guys I would RMA the G Pro if your clicks weren't normal.
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If I were you guys I would RMA the G Pro if your clicks weren't normal.
Some of us already have (like me). It's a matter of getting ANY customer support from Logitech that concerns me. I have yet to get a response to any of the support tickets I submitted on their website over a week and a half ago. It took a random 'chat' with a rep. to take care of my concerns with my G Pro in less than 15 minutes. The only problem is that their 'chat' support is random and is not always available.

I will give the G Pro another shot down the road. I think QC issues with Logitech have gotten worse with time (as well as their customer support), but that's the risk I have to accept if I decide to do more business with them. I just don't recall having this many QC issues with any of Logitech peripherals in the past (most of the offices I've worked for have a bunch of Logitech standard stuff that are of great working quality).
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