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here is some pics of the mmo 7 with thumb in normal positon and again when thumb has been angled outwards. There is not the same degree of movement but enought to make it a feature imo

I go by what the manufacturer says. I would assume the harness has a lot more little wires in it (or a ribbon) than the harness for the other RATs, which is likely why they consider it wiser not to move it around. The movement looks about the same as my RAT 9. Still, if you only move it once it may not be an issue. I wonder how much stress it adds to the wiring...
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the thumb swings out easy, no resistance. When you reach the max point it simply will not go any farther. Hard to judge to the other rat models as these used a screw and you felt nothing really.

What you say does hold alot of merrit though, the theory is sound. I too would not move the thumb with the same zeal and repetitiveness as i would with a model whose thumb movement is an advertised feature. I have swung mine out and untill taking that photo had not moved it since purchase. It now resides in the outward position as i find it more comfortable.

The review id read has said that they contacted Cybrog regarding the lack this feature and they were told that it does swing but for cost saving (read rma/damage/returns) it was omitted on the mmo 7. They did not specificly say that it was frowned apon or that it would void any warrenty.
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Very strange considering that is one of the best features of the RAT mice. Does it still move forward and backward?
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it does also move forward and backward.
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I'm not in the club because I'm too lazy to take a pic tongue.gif

Anyways, remember the R.A.T 5 that came out with 4000dpi? Well, I bought one almost 1 1/2 years ago, with a store warranty of 2 years which came out great because my RAT mouse scrool click button died on me (I'm rough with hardware, that's why I bought an alluminium based mouse and the Steelseries 6G v2: both are made for war and to last; almost indestructible). Anyways, I went to store for RMA and sure enough, I got my mouse back a week later. I noticed something was different about the box... it says RAT 5 alright but, 5600dpi! Yeah! Not only I got a brand new RAT 5, two more years of warranty and A FASTER mouse! Well done Mad Catz Cyborg! Much appreciated! thumb.gif
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New Cyborg RAT 7 mouse biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif !!!!!!!!!! Infection edition thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif !!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Edited by Shiroi14 - 7/2/12 at 11:42am
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After playing 100 hours of Diablo III with my RAT 7, my left click feels like a 10 year mouse left click, has no resistance at all, I can't even put my finger on it because it will activate because of this. I thought this mouse was a much quality one. It should last much longer, I owned it for around 6 months and I'll have to open it and change the click button for a new one... Very dissapointed.
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post #2068 of 3831
M.M.O.7 users - the updated software which enables you to program your disabled Action Lock buttons is now available:

http://www.cyborggaming.com/mmo7updater.html
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thank you mad catz rich, just dl and installed. Seems to be able to ID the two action buttons and allows for remapping. Now i can remap the item identification in Diablo 3 to my right action lock button. Hopefully this works as scroll click does not. Ive can also use the extra two buttons in d3 as ive run out


EDIT

Seems ive found an error with the software while playing D3. Remapping the left actionlock button to "identify" works but it does not shut off the previous command which was "hold left mouse button". When i hover over an item and then press "identify" my dude will start to run in the direction of the curser untill the actionlock button is pressed again to cancel.

Well it was nice while it lasted, hope its only D3 profile it is messed up on.
Edited by cravinmild - 7/2/12 at 4:36pm
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After playing 100 hours of Diablo III with my RAT 7, my left click feels like a 10 year mouse left click, has no resistance at all, I can't even put my finger on it because it will activate because of this. I thought this mouse was a much quality one. It should last much longer, I owned it for around 6 months and I'll have to open it and change the click button for a new one... Very dissapointed.

If you look throughout the internet you will see that just about every mouse ever created has people complaining about buttons failing. I've seen this same complaint with Logitech and Razer as well as others.

It's just the luck of the draw. You happened to get a bad switch. I've been using my RAT 9 since last year and I've had no problems with the buttons, and I am also playing Diablo 3. (if any game on this planet will get an iffy mouse button to fail, it's Diablo 3).

You can always just send it in for RMA instead of abandoning your 2-year warranty. Last year I sent in a RAT 9 that had some tracking issues, and it only took about a week to get it back. Luckily I have a couple of great spare mice to use.

In fact, when I bought one of my spares (Logitech G9x), the salesman said "I bet that within six months your left mouse button will go bad, mine did". Once again showing an attitude we're all guilty of once in a while, assuming since we bought a product with a fault, they must all be like that when in fact it's just a bad button. If I was you, I would drop by a local computer store and purchase a spare (if I didn't already have one) and send the RAT off for RMA.
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