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Originally Posted by maddada View Post

C9.Stewie2k's opinion of the G Pro: https://clips.twitch.tv/stewie2k/OddSardinePraiseIt

"If they make the G Pro more sensitive it would be better"

I don't even know what is he referring to..

I bet it's the m1/m2 click latency or debounce. Like an earlier version of the G303 firmware has less latency on clicks and less smoothing I think, than the current version of the firmware. So maybe they played it too safe or something with the firmware.

If I remember correctly, the click latency or debounce was modified to prevent accidental clicks for people with heavier fingers, and the smoothing was to prevent some rare spin-out issue for some people. This is for the g303, but I imagine the firmware evolved to the G Pro.
Edited by whiteweazel21 - 8/27/16 at 10:57pm
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*NSFW* lmao i have to leave this here for you guys https://clips.twitch.tv/stewie2k/CuriousGuanacoTTours

EDIT: Since people seem to taking this a little too seriously the link was mostly just for the "rage lawls" not any actual opinion on the g pro. I personally don't see what could be wrong with what is basically a g303 in safe g100s shape.
Edited by Tmfs - 8/28/16 at 1:50am
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He just said he has problems swiping with it, and it's not responsive.
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Originally Posted by whiteweazel21 View Post

I bet it's the m1/m2 click latency or debounce. Like an earlier version of the G303 firmware has less latency on clicks and less smoothing I think, than the current version of the firmware. So maybe they played it too safe or something with the firmware.

If I remember correctly, the click latency or debounce was modified to prevent accidental clicks for people with heavier fingers, and the smoothing was to prevent some rare spin-out issue for some people. This is for the g303, but I imagine the firmware evolved to the G Pro.

Click latencies weren't messed with on G303 firmware as far as I'm aware. That was only on the other (earlier) mice releases like the G502 and G402.

G303 always had the same times.
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Originally Posted by Tmfs View Post

*NSFW* lmao i have to leave this here for you guys https://clips.twitch.tv/stewie2k/CuriousGuanacoTTours


Ouch. Did anyone test the click latency against the G303 on this forum?
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He just said he has problems swiping with it, and it's not responsive.

He said that it's "hard to swipe" and he had to "swipe extra".

If he mentions specifically swiping, it might be that LoD is too low and he might be tilting the mouse first at the end of a swipe due to lower weight.

The other possibility is of course slightly different CPIs, but considering that he switched between different mice, there is no reason for him to mention it specifically on this mouse only.
Edited by daniel0731ex - 8/27/16 at 11:22pm
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Ouch. Did anyone test the click latency against the G303 on this forum?
He said that it's "hard to swipe" and he had to "swipe extra".

If he mentions specifically swiping, it might be that LoD is too low and he might be tilting the mouse first at the end of a swipe due to lower weight.

The other possibility is of course slightly different CPIs, but considering that he switched between different mice, there is no reason for him to mention it specifically on this mouse only.

Click latency is the same as G303.
All I can think of for what he means is him not compensating CPI differences, but I'm on the road and can't watch the clip.
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He's acting more and more like summit, with those fake rage's for the views..
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Click latencies weren't messed with on G303 firmware as far as I'm aware. That was only on the other (earlier) mice releases like the G502 and G402.

G303 always had the same times.

Pretty sure you can find it in the G303 thread. I think it's the debounce time they changed, which affected the click latency. Because when I reverted to older firmware on the G303, I noticed my m1/m2 clicks were much more sensitive/quicker. I think for some people this caused some issues, so they added a delay.

Source:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1541751/logitech-g303-daedalus-apex-gaming-mouse/6660#post_25397779

Could dig more in that thread but just found a quick one.

Edit: Appears source may not be correct lol. But the newer g303 firmware did 100% add smoothing.
Edited by whiteweazel21 - 8/28/16 at 12:03am
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G303 has always had the same debounce value. It has not changed.
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The G502 debounce time was changed, not the G303. Remember when it would right click when dropping the mouse when it was first released?
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