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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:
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.

Cool.. thanks for that update.

BTW... do you have any clue about what the pinky button does? In my programming software, it is not a moddable button.
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Sorry - I did mean to mention that. The pinkie button is the shift button.

You'll note that each of the three modes in the editor has a shifted mode too - that's the button that lets you access those.
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Sorry - I did mean to mention that. The pinkie button is the shift button.
You'll note that each of the three modes in the editor has a shifted mode too - that's the button that lets you access those.

wow... seriously?

I didn't see anything in the documentation that explained that. So is there any kind of indicator of which mode you "shift" into when you click it? That button would be so confusing since there are no indicators telling you that it has shifted.


Do you have to hold it in when performing the shift or is it a click on, click off shift type?

Sorry for all the questions, but honestly even though I love the mouse, the info that came with it was more than confusing and somewhat not very helpful in the manner presented.

BTW.. are you a Mad Catz employee? (I assume so, given your name ). I really do appreciate your assistance here. If you are, then kudos... because this info is much more helpful than what I was able to uncover myself per the website and included documentation.
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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.

Instead of changing around where the profile storage directory is located, wouldn't it be prudent during installation to let the user decide where the profiles should be stored? I've never understood why companies do these things when simply asking the user where he would prefer them to be is the best choice. Then we could set up a directory for all the profiles for all our devices (using sub directories) on another drive in a location we choose. People could still use the default directory provided by the software if they like.

The funny thing is, it's really not much more programming effort to provide this option.
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Do you have to hold it in when performing the shift or is it a click on, click off shift type?

You can decide whether you toggle or hold the button to activate the shift mode using the shift lock button in the programming screen (it's the one with the padlock and up arrow on it). We've got a video showing you all the software features at this link:

http://www.cyborggaming.com/video/mm07video/MMO7_software.html

And yes, I am a Mad Catz employee - I like to try and keep an eye on various forums, both to help out and so I can keep my ear to the ground as well.


@Mergatroid, I hear what you're saying and we're looking to make the software more flexible in various ways in future but for now, given that profiles really are very small, having them in the documents folder on your C: drive shouldn't cause anyone any massive inconvenience, even for those of us (myself included) who have the funds to install SSDs as our boot drive.
Edited by Mad Catz Rich - 4/19/12 at 4:12am
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You can decide whether you toggle or hold the button to activate the shift mode using the shift lock button in the programming screen (it's the one with the padlock and up arrow on it). We've got a video showing you all the software features at this link:
http://www.cyborggaming.com/video/mm07video/MMO7_software.html
And yes, I am a Mad Catz employee - I like to try and keep an eye on various forums, both to help out and so I can keep my ear to the ground as well.

Cool... Thanks again for all of your help!

BTW... I finally got an e-mail response to my question from customer support yesterday on these same issues... You definitely provided better support than they did... as through e-mail it generally isn't possible to give a more specific answer versus the canned answers that you get through e-mail responses.

Keep up the good work in keeping your ear to the ground... that is the honestly the best level of support.
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@Mergatroid, I hear what you're saying and we're looking to make the software more flexible in various ways in future but for now, given that profiles really are very small, having them in the documents folder on your C: drive shouldn't cause anyone any massive inconvenience, even for those of us (myself included) who have the funds to install SSDs as our boot drive.

Unfortunately, I have a habit of not backing up that folder sometimes when I decide to do a fresh install, and I loose all my profiles. Not just the RAT profiles either as other companies keep various profiles and things there as well. Personally I like storing them on a separate drive so if I mess around with the o/s I don't lose anything. Of course, I suppose the vast majority of people only have one large partition on one drive anyway.....
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Hello again, it's been a while.

A friend of mine recently asked me what I thought of the RAT 7 mouse. I started going through all the different functions and buttons of the mouse but realized that I didn't use any of them.

Do you guys have tips and tricks for mouse button configurations in Battlefield 3?
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You could use the two thumb buttons for Standing->kneeling->prone
Or Flashligh on/of and firemode switch
Or Granade and Knife (knife would be nice on the middle button)
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You could use the two thumb buttons for Standing->kneeling->prone
Or Flashligh on/of and firemode switch
Or Granade and Knife (knife would be nice on the middle button)

I'll try that out, thanks.

Do anyone here use the thumb scroll wheel in Battlefield 3? I have a hard time figuring how to do something useful with it.
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