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honestly, after using MMO 7 ,my thumb felt very pain sniper.gif ......maybe playing FPS game may felt it.....have any 1 feel the same?axesmiley.png

Did you adjust the thumb for comfort?

Maybe you don't have it set properly.
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List has been updated. Awesome pics especially the MMO tear down.

I've pretty much finished with my M.M.O 7 trial and will be writing something of a review on it. It was a hate / love / ehh emotional roller-coaster ride. It might end up being given away in a drawing or something. I switched over to a Corsair M90 last night to give that an honest try. That is going a little better initially but we'll see how that ends up being in a few weeks. In order to use all the buttons effectively I need to change from a fingertip grip to a palm grip. Not something I like but maybe I can forgo the use of a couple of buttons to keep the grip I like. I've had my Logitech G300 at work, to replace my M518, during all this and I still think it's the best mouse for me. I need to MOD it a bit to make it closer to perfection as the indentations on either side are a little to narrow for my hand. Maybe some foam tape will do the trick? Anyway, keep posting away and I'll update as we go along.

I have the M90 and did a review on it. I came to the same conclusion you did, that using all the buttons is unnecessary. Just set up the functions you need on the buttons that are easiest for you to access.
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post #1873 of 3822
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Did you adjust the thumb for comfort?
Maybe you don't have it set properly.


i mean the thumb side are too much button ,especially the precision aim button if you press a lot
Edited by Shiroi14 - 4/17/12 at 4:57am
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My only complaints so far with this mouse is with the software support. I don't like that I can't choose a default profile with my MMO 7 (the support website says that you can... however their instructions are for a different version of the mouse).

The instructions might be for a different version of the mouse but it's still the same procedure!

Just click the MMO7 icon next to your clock, right click on the profile you want to set as the default and then click Set As Startup Profile.
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My only complaints so far with this mouse is with the software support. I don't like that I can't choose a default profile with my MMO 7 (the support website says that you can... however their instructions are for a different version of the mouse).

The instructions might be for a different version of the mouse but it's still the same procedure!

Just click the MMO7 icon next to your clock, right click on the profile you want to set as the default and then click Set As Startup Profile.

I'm quite curious where I can find this. I have the software and drivers installed but the only options I see when I right click on the tray icon is "Clear Profile, Clear Startup, and Profile Editor". To load up a profile I have to go into the editor -> Programming -> Open -> Activate. This is for the MMO7 on Win7 x64 by the way.

I like the mouse otherwise but the added steps on startup is starting to grate on me.
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Aaaah, but I didn't say right click the tray icon. smile.gif

Any profiles you create will appear in that pop up list you get when you've clicked the tray icon, provided you're saving them in the default location (C:\Users\Public\Documents\SmartTechnology Profiles). If you're not saving them in that location then start doing so!

Just right click the profile in that list that you want to set as the startup profile and then select that option. That's why there's a Clear Startup option in the initial pop-up list.
Edited by Mad Catz Rich - 4/17/12 at 9:14am
post #1877 of 3822
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The instructions might be for a different version of the mouse but it's still the same procedure!
Just click the MMO7 icon next to your clock, right click on the profile you want to set as the default and then click Set As Startup Profile.

On my MMO 7. none of my profiles show up in the list from my taskbar option. Do the profiles need to be in a specific directory on my computer? (Maybe that is the issue...)

The only option I have is to launch the profile editor, and then manually activate my preferred profile. I welcome any suggestions you may have to get this working for my MMO 7.


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Originally Posted by Mad Catz Rich View Post

Aaaah, but I didn't say right click the tray icon. smile.gif
Any profiles you create will appear in that pop up list you get when you've clicked the tray icon, provided you're saving them in the default location (C:\Users\Public\Documents\SmartTechnology Profiles). If you're not saving them in that location then start doing so!
Just right click the profile in that list that you want to set as the startup profile and then select that option. That's why there's a Clear Startup option in the initial pop-up list.
Ok.. when I get home, I'll move my profiles to that directory to see if it fixes my problem. Thanks for that update.\


Once I get that fixed, then I'd like for someone to help me figure out what is up with the ring finger/pinky button. It doesn't even do anything and you can't configure it from the software. Does it have a function?
Edited by DarkFury - 4/17/12 at 9:53am
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I figured out that the software wanted the profiles in C:\Users\Public\Documents\Saitek SD6 Profiles\. Thanks Rich, I wouldn't have figured that out if you hadn't pointed me in that direction.
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I figured out that the software wanted the profiles in C:\Users\Public\Documents\Saitek SD6 Profiles\. Thanks Rich, I wouldn't have figured that out if you hadn't pointed me in that direction.

Yeah, mine is different... I use Windows 7 Ultimate and it wanted this directory:

C:\Users\Public\Public Documents\Saitek SD6 Profiles




I appreciate the help in finding this... however it still sorta bothers me that nothing on the Cyborg website said ANYTHING to help me fix this issue. And they have yet to respond back to my customer service ticket on it. That is not good support in my opinion....
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http://www.cyborggaming.com/manuals/st/SST_Manual_En.html

First page of the manual under the Profile Management section at the top:
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Our website contains ready made profiles for the latest games releases. These need to be downloaded to your SD6 Profile folder. If you are using XP, this is in the Shared Documents folder, Vista and Windows 7 users will find theirs in Public Documents.

In my last post I actually gave you what will be the new location for the next version of the software, so apologies for that!

Anyway, when you first save profiles with the software it will default to the location it requires. Incidentally, if you find your pop-up list getting a little long because of too many profiles, you can organise it by creating folders within the C:\Users\Public\Public Documents\Saitek SD6 Profiles directory (say, for example, FPS, RTS, MMO etc.). You'll then find those folders appearing in the pop-up list and the profiles then appear when you point to the folder.
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