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post #351 of 3549
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Originally Posted by 2shellbonus View Post

With the increase in button delay you lower the possibility of double clicking.

Everyone knows that.

A better question why after 10 years did it suddenly change? Because now a G3 from 2005 is faster then the LOGITECH PRO GAMING MOUSE and the 2004 DIamondback is +/-0.5ms the LOGITECH PRO GAMING MOUSE.
post #352 of 3549
Maybe the RMA's for double clicking issues were also tenfold 10 years ago? Who knows, but there's probably a valid reason.
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Honestly I wish Logitech did what they have on G402. Inset in place where you put teflon. No borders.

I suggested so btw because I don't like borders there either. But so far it works well enough. When I'm home again tomorrow I'll get a close up picture of the edges.
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post #354 of 3549
Would make a little more sense if everything past the G302 had +5ms. But that wasn't the case. G502 and G402 had it added in a firmware update afterward simply to bring them in line with the other mice. The decision to change it seemingly occurred around the G302's development.
post #355 of 3549
Wait does Logitech mice have a click delay? Does every modern gaming mouse have that? And if so why on earth?
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Originally Posted by SEJB View Post

Wait does Logitech mice have a click delay? Does every modern gaming mouse have that? And if so why on earth?
btw Logitech has nearly the lowest click delay wink.gif
it's more to let not accidently doubleclicks ...
post #357 of 3549
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There are different algorhythms for debouncing. There is one that is alittle complicated but allows both no delay and no double click issue.

For one thing logitech already uses asymmetric debouncing or whatever you want to call it where the delay due to debouncing on press is shorter than release. For another thing you can still make mice with almost any type of debouncing double click. For example I can make a brand new out of the box g303 double click with a single button actuation if I try, but I just have to tap the button extremely quickly and lightly it just has to do with the timing of the press and release compared to the intervals of the debouncing. Also no type of mcu debouncing is really very complicated. Its probably a dozen extra lines of code at most.
post #358 of 3549
I can make my D2F-01F in 303 jitter if I get the pressure right.
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Originally Posted by Klopfer View Post

btw Logitech has nearly the lowest click delay wink.gif
it's more to let not accidently doubleclicks ...

I don't think I've ever had a doubleclick I didn't want with my g400s and last I checked it has 0.1 ms button latency.
post #360 of 3549
Depends on the user and even the environment. Low humidity environment? Higher chance of double clicks no matter the debounce delay.
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