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Is there any way to make lmb to be a little bit easyer to click.. Button is so hard to press..

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It shouldn't be difficult at all. My G Pros had the lightest buttons of any Logitech mouse I've owned. Yours might be defective.
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Originally Posted by nidzakv View Post

Is there any way to make lmb to be a little bit easyer to click.. Button is so hard to press..

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It shouldn't be difficult at all. My G Pros had the lightest buttons of any Logitech mouse I've owned. Yours might be defective.
I gues i have to open omron and edit the metal spring?

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I gues i have to open omron and edit the metal spring?

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Personally, I'd just RMA the mouse, if possible.
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@Avalar

Yes it is, but i have to pay 2x shipment, and i'm not sure yhay yhey will accept as disfunctionality.. Its, easyer to just open click and fix it.
post #3525 of 3553
Is it possible to increase the lift-off distance? The software makes barely any difference it seems. Someone said to me a while ago that it can be done in some file. Can you make it higher than in the software though? I like the G Pro and I can't use it just because of how ridiculously low the lift-off distance is.
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Anyone know the default "out of the box" DPI? I just bought this last night. Feels great so far but worried about installing the software to change the DPI as I've been burned hardcore by the Steelseries software constantly resetting all my settings.
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If I remember it correctly , it was 400 , 800 , 1600 , 3200 .... but Im not 100% sure
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That is correct.
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If I remember it correctly , it was 400 , 800 , 1600 , 3200 .... but Im not 100% sure

You are right, thank you. I bit the bullet and installed the software. Very nice stuff! Got it on 600/800 for now set to a hard surface.
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If I remember it correctly , it was 400 , 800 , 1600 , 3200 .... but Im not 100% sure

+1 Confirmed. By the way, I'm using 3200 & custom surface tuning.
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