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Hey again, I don't have a problem with the volume any more, but I've been trying to iron out a mode to alt tab(or windows tab) between windows with the metal scroll wheel. The only thing that worked remotely so far was having a dedicated button to *bring up* the alt tab menu, and then have the scroll wheel do the tab and shift-tab to go either direction. Problem is 1) I'd rather not have to initially press a button to bring up the window, rather just have scroll go straight to it, and 2) the shift-tab part of it, an anti clockwise rotation, works, but each time I do it, it releases and re-presses shift, making it lag quite a bit, I'd rather somehow have shift stay down while scrolling.

Any help would be appreciated, thanks
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Hey again, I don't have a problem with the volume any more, but I've been trying to iron out a mode to alt tab(or windows tab) between windows with the metal scroll wheel. The only thing that worked remotely so far was having a dedicated button to *bring up* the alt tab menu, and then have the scroll wheel do the tab and shift-tab to go either direction. Problem is 1) I'd rather not have to initially press a button to bring up the window, rather just have scroll go straight to it, and 2) the shift-tab part of it, an anti clockwise rotation, works, but each time I do it, it releases and re-presses shift, making it lag quite a bit, I'd rather somehow have shift stay down while scrolling.
Any help would be appreciated, thanks


I've used the AltTab ShiftAltTab combo on my HWheel since setting up my first profile. I've been able to get it smoothest with this:


The 1 second pause allows me to scroll and pause while looking at the tabs for a second before leaving it where I want it for over a second. You can of course work out what ever time suits you best, though.

[Edit: You probably already know to close SST before trying this, as SST cancels the macro when its the active form]
Edited by HecticSeptic - 9/6/12 at 6:13am
post #2273 of 3839
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Is it the noise you miss or the tactile feedback? Usually it's the latter, in which case you should be fine with the S.T.R.I.K.E.7. In our research we found that the most popular mechanical switches are the Cherry Blue and Brown - the others being a long way behind in any polls. This membrane gives you the tactile feedback of a blue with that bump in the keypress but without the click that you get. Or alternatively it's kind of like a brown but with a much firmer tactile bump - many people find browns hard to distinguish from reds or blacks because they say that the bump isn't strong enough. There's more info about it over here:
http://www.madcatz.com/the-science-behind-s-t-r-i-k-e-7-keys/
As for simultaneous keypresses - up to 7, or, in other words, more than the fingers on your hand when the other one is planted on your R.A.T. wink.gif
The integrated Teamspeak doesn't cost you or us anything - the guys over at Teamspeak have a robust SDK that we could work with to integrate support. Vent and Mumble? Not so much, although we'd be happy to work with them to implement support.

I am using a BW Ultimate right now with the Cherry Blu keys. I like both the tactile bump and the "click", but for e REALLY AWESOME keyboard, I suppose I could do without the click.

I'm still wondering about the anti ghosting capabilities? 7 key presses is good in my book until I grow a few more fingers. (considering the crap they're putting in some of our food, that's definitely a possibility).

Also, still wondering if there are any plans for add-on modules? I can think of a few that would be pretty cool (like the one I mentioned previously with large directional keys, and another with a smallish joystick, but with a twist/rudder and a throttle control). For a modular system like this with more modules planned, I might be willing to put out the $300+.

Also, what's the big round knob looking thing next to the touch screen? I've heard you can launch system apps on this touch screen, can it also display them (be used as a monitor)?

Glad to hear the Team Speak people didn't charge you guys for integrating it. That's pretty unusual these days.
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Love the flight stick controls idea, I'd buy into that. Proper aircraft flight for bf3, love the MMO7 but it don't do jack for aircraft flight
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Good thing it has a two year warranty.

It was an open box from NCIX so I haven't bothered with that. New mouse suggestion?
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Is it the noise you miss or the tactile feedback? Usually it's the latter, in which case you should be fine with the S.T.R.I.K.E.7. In our research we found that the most popular mechanical switches are the Cherry Blue and Brown - the others being a long way behind in any polls. This membrane gives you the tactile feedback of a blue with that bump in the keypress but without the click that you get. Or alternatively it's kind of like a brown but with a much firmer tactile bump - many people find browns hard to distinguish from reds or blacks because they say that the bump isn't strong enough. There's more info about it over here:
http://www.madcatz.com/the-science-behind-s-t-r-i-k-e-7-keys/
As for simultaneous keypresses - up to 7, or, in other words, more than the fingers on your hand when the other one is planted on your R.A.T. wink.gif
The integrated Teamspeak doesn't cost you or us anything - the guys over at Teamspeak have a robust SDK that we could work with to integrate support. Vent and Mumble? Not so much, although we'd be happy to work with them to implement support.

cherry mx red or go home ......
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Yay my post got ignored o:
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Whoops - sorry, missed that one redface.gif

Angle snapping was disabled on the R3 Optical.
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@Mad Catz Rich
Don't suppose I can get the input codes from you (or someone you know?) for the MMO7? In the Saitek.Devices.DLL there's a a function for retrieving input:
DpiDevice.VendorCommandIn(byte request, ushort value, ushort index, byte[] output)
I know all the values I need except the ushort index. I know 184 gets the current MMo7 LED color, 118 gets the action lock, 116 gets the DPI mode, but I'm having trouble determing which values tell me whether a click from any of the buttons has occured. I suppose I can try a hook, but that seems hackish and inaccurate smile.gif
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