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post #2841 of 3834
Your Glide 9 is going to look nice with that setup Snots smile.gif
post #2842 of 3834
Thanks. Figured I'd pull out all the stops. So far I'm really liking the mouse. Probably the best mouse I've ever used. Really can't understand why so many people have problems with buttons failing or falling off. It really feels pretty bullet proof with any kind of in handling. People must throwing these at walls or something.
post #2843 of 3834
Well had my original mmo7 and rat 9 for a while now, both of them are reboxed as spares as now I have a red rat 9 and a gloss black mmo7 as mains (it's nice to have a backup in case).
Never found any part to cause me concern though I never throw them at the wall smile.gif
Unlike when I used Razer mice which always failed me in the end, glad I switched to these mice solid feel and adjustable to my small hands is always good smile.gif

The glide 9 is also better than the razer aluminium mat seems to not mark as much and be as reliable as the mice, I am also using a strike 7 keyboard which is a very nice addition to my setup, and the freq 5 headset which completes the madcatz family smile.gif
post #2844 of 3834
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Originally Posted by Snots View Post

Hi there. Thats a Moshi Backlit keyboard. I just love it! Loving this mouse as well. Got it all programmed for Lightwave 3D! Have about 10 functions mapped. Wish I could figure out how to take either Diablo, or Lightwave off mode 1, and move one to mode 2 so I can use the mode switch.

Right I am not a huge expert on this but I think the problem you are having is because you cannot bind another profile within a profile to switch them using the mode function.
What I think may work is using the lightwave profile loaded switch to mode 2 and manually bind the diablo keys on that mode, then when using the lightwave profile go into diablo and use mode 2 for control.

Hope that makes sense/works smile.gif
post #2845 of 3834
Seeing how I'm really new to these mice I'm not sure how you manually bind one to mode 2. Can you explain how this is done? Right now I have to profiles that were created on mode 1 I guess. I tried taking Lightwaves, clicking on mode2, and switching each setting from fallback to programmed., but it then just reverts back.
post #2846 of 3834
I simply don't understand how the mode switch works. How do you switch profiles? How do you assign a profile to a certain mode? I don't get it? Does anyone actually use this feature? If so, please explain how you set this up?
Edited by Snots - 5/19/13 at 6:46pm
post #2847 of 3834
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Originally Posted by Snots View Post

I simply don't understand how the mode switch works. How do you switch profiles? How do you assign a profile to a certain mode? I don't get it? Does anyone actually use this feature? If so, please explain how you set this up?
The mode button is basically different profiles in the parent profile. you can change the buttons in the profile switcher on your computer or in the driver program. then you select the color / child profile to change the buttons in that profile. I use this for different games for example, I play different FPS games so I have a parent profile for that and in that profile I have 3 child profiles, one for Battlefield 3, one for COD BO2 and one for MW3. To change Child profiles click the little button next to your left click button, it should change color which means you changed profiles and you change parent profiles through the profile switcher or the drivers. Get it? if you dont i will try to simplify it and add screenshots.
Hope this helps! thumb.gif
Edited by mgrande465 - 5/20/13 at 2:54am
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post #2848 of 3834
That helps. Thanks.
post #2849 of 3834
Anyone used the Razer Scarab and in particular the Battlefield 3 Limited Edition pad. Been offered one with the Razer Imperator mouse (which I'll probably sell as its new & I have the Rat 9) for €55 total. Is it a slick mat. Any opinions welcome. Thanks guys.
post #2850 of 3834
I bought a Glide 9 for my new MMO7. I love the combo! Great feel. The Glide 9 is the best mat I ever used.Tracking is absolutely flawless!
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