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post #11 of 14
I have the Razer Lachesis that I have set something similar up for. Two buttons by my thumb, one for switching to 500DPI and one for switching to 4000DPI. I love it, although now it is a force of habit to slow down just before clicking for many kills, even when I don't necessarily need to.

Unless you have a button by the thumb to assign it to, however, I don't think that it is worth it because of how much you will need to move your hand.
post #12 of 14
Imho holding a button (with the thumb in most cases) while aiming isn't usefull, changing your grip on the mouse leads to less control and therefor less accuracy.

Someone actually modded his G9 to have such a function with pressing his "palm" against the back of the mouse.
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Originally Posted by Bullveyr;11711732 
Imho holding a button (with the thumb in most cases) while aiming isn't usefull, changing your grip on the mouse leads to less control and therefor less accuracy.

That's kind of what I was thinking. It would be nice if you could decrease DPI sensitivity via keyboard macro/script. There has to be something like that, that exists eh?
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Originally Posted by Backfat;11711884 
That's kind of what I was thinking. It would be nice if you could decrease DPI sensitivity via keyboard macro/script. There has to be something like that, that exists eh?
If the game allows scripting that's not a problem, you could even add FOV or crosshair switching, but lowering sensitivity by pressing down the key and raising it again by releasing the key will not work in most cases, you would have to hit the key again.
That would only work with an external macro software, either with the keyboard software or a 3rd party software.
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