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I attempted to use the hyper scroll to turn singleshot weapons into essentially full auto + no recoil weapons but it didn't work, lol.
To quote a certain website, "mfw." Assigning a rapid fire macro would have the desired effect.

Also, for hybrid grip, the G9x is perfect. The mouse pretty much forces the user to hold it in that way, and it just works.
Edited by DMGDeed - 4/27/11 at 3:58pm
    
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post #32 of 33
The g9x is one of the finest mice available that I use and will continue to use. It beats just about anything else for me and my style of holding the mouse.



Buuut.. the thing that does bother me is the small wiggle that comes with using the textured shell. It causes very small movements for sniping to not be recognized. You make very small moves and it will only wiggle the shell and not the whole mouse. I think this is something that Logitech needs to address if they decide to refresh this mouse. TBH they shouldnt even have the shell interchangable. The textured one works the best for most people anyway.
Edited by exousia - 4/27/11 at 7:55pm
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The G9 is actually the best mouse I've used.. far far better than the deathadder or the Xai or those WMO. The pressure required for clicking is perfect, the size and grip style is also perfect for me.. the only bad thing about it is the force required to press the middle mouse and the cable drag.
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