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post #2911 of 3818
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Originally Posted by guitarmafia View Post

hey man,,i understand what u r talking about,,but i had little choice,,,it was either this or the cyborg one,,,and GLIDE 9 looked a bit too costly for me,,,so i got this one,,,i use my RAT 9 on the speed surface and it feels i am using it on the control surface,,lol,,,i am sure i ll be facing the same problem as u in some time,,,but i am not a fan of cloth/ fibre mouse pads,,,,mayb i ll get some new mouse feet and glide 9 in the future,,,,but for now its working fine(and i am basically a fps player,,cod multiplayer etc)...share your findings if u found some alternative stuff,,i ll do the same...

trust me, I felt 100% like you did. I think spending over 20 bucks on something that's still CLOTH is ridiculous (why is high quality metal work so much to ask for in the Pc market)

but after going through two metal/hard-based pads, I gave up. Since all of them are just coating ontop of a sheet of metal, I feel the coating is eventually going to wear. With cloth/fiber, at least the construction is uniform

anyway, I ended up with the Cm Storm Control-RX. It is EXTREMELY thick and bulky (in a good way), and has blew my skepticism away. I don't expect any hard-pad to last like this one

don't get me wrong, the Vespula is a great mousepad - but I guess the RAT feet are just too harsh on "coated" mousepads
post #2912 of 3818
Love my MMO7 on my Glide9. Works great, and not one scratch so far.
post #2913 of 3818
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Originally Posted by exyia View Post

anyway, I ended up with the Cm Storm Control-RX. It is EXTREMELY thick and bulky (in a good way), and has blew my skepticism away. I don't expect any hard-pad to last like this one

don't get me wrong, the Vespula is a great mousepad - but I guess the RAT feet are just too harsh on "coated" mousepads

Jep, i am also on an hybrid mousepad and they rule. Reviewed my Hiro here. If i would have found it before resp. have the CM available at the time i got the Hiro, would need a bigger pad, and not have read the topic about some problems (see review) i might have ended up with your pad instead.
post #2914 of 3818
my little RAT 3 is here and it's so cute... tongue.gif
as I'm waiting from Cyborg support about my RAT 7.. mad.gif
post #2915 of 3818
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Originally Posted by Snots View Post

Running fine over here on a new Mac Pro 3.06 12 core running Mt. Lion!

I am able to work the mouse fine as generic but am not able to set any customizations through the ST Software, though it recognises the MMO 7 connected and the Dpi nd lighting/action lock selection works as should.
even USB overdrive dosen't work and shows no device connected in status window.
i posted a ticket at Mad catz support, if no solution comes, i may update to Mt. lion if only for MMO 7 to function right.. Will wait till 10 to see what apple has in store for 10.9 update..
post #2916 of 3818
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Originally Posted by rammyindia View Post

I am able to work the mouse fine as generic but am not able to set any customizations through the ST Software, though it recognises the MMO 7 connected and the Dpi nd lighting/action lock selection works as should.
even USB overdrive dosen't work and shows no device connected in status window.
i posted a ticket at Mad catz support, if no solution comes, i may update to Mt. lion if only for MMO 7 to function right.. Will wait till 10 to see what apple has in store for 10.9 update..

Pretty sure that's your problem. The software is working 99% correctly here. The only issue are two button labels are actually reversed from what they really do, that's it. The software has been rock stable as well. I do professional 3d modeling and animation, and have all 13 buttons programmed for Lightwave 3d. Everything works great! Downloaded some of their profiles for games, and all works great! Once you set this mouse up you will never look at another mouse. It has completely enhanced my workflow in Lightwave! What color did you get? Mines Glossy black. Very cool looking.
Edited by Snots - 6/7/13 at 4:31am
post #2917 of 3818
I used that Razer Vespula mousepad for a long time before replacing it. The Vespula was nice but I was so small the mouse would fall off the edge all the time. It also has very bad tracking regardless of which side you used. I upgraded to the GLIDE 7 soft pad and it was amazing, cleared up all my issues with tracking including the tracking issues with my Razer Mamba 2012 mouse and MMO7. Its HUGE!!

Cost $11 from Future Shop using their awesome PRICE MATCH ANY ADVERTIASED PRICE and beat it by 10%. The only complaint I have with the pad is that its 6mm thick so there is a noticeable rise under your wrist from the desk surface to the top of the pad. MadCatz claims to use a lazer cut to keep the pad from fraying the edges but this cut edge is very sharp and is like having a hacksaw blade rubbing on your wrist after prolonged use.
post #2918 of 3818
As "Smart Technology 7_0_27_13" is already live i wanted to ask if anyone know if a site that inlcudes a full changelog?
post #2919 of 3818
I would like to bind keys to 'Scroll Up' and 'Scroll Down' on the mouse wheel of the M.M.O.7 if that's possible. I play alot of MMO's and by default Scroll Up/Down will zoom the camera in and out. I would like to disable that functionality and bind keys there instead via the native software. For example I would like the 'Q' key to be bound to 'Scroll Wheel Up' and the 'E' key to be bound to 'Scroll Wheel Down'. This is standard for Razer mice via their native software.
Is that possible with the M.M.O.7, as this would be a deal breaker for me.
post #2920 of 3818
It's not possible. Already asked mad catz support a while ago and they also stated there are no plans to make them programmable. And i wouldn't bet on any 3rd party tools reprogramming keys (if there are any) as it will just give input lag on the mouse. Still there are 15 programmable keys (x3modes x2forShift so 90 in total), and in games you can nearly always change bindings also to scroll up/down. Should be enough. wink.gif
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