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post #2521 of 2530 (permalink) Old 07-02-2019, 10:55 AM
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d2f-01f and d2f-f-3-7 have both given me an issue similar to double clicking. d2f-01f has it much more severely, but the post-travel can actuate extra clicks on my g303. d2f-f-3-7 has the normal plunger height and I still have it happen sometimes (not often). What other light switches are there that are worth looking into? kailh gm and huano are a little stiff for me :^(

Does the cherry dg4 stuff have the little "wiping" mechanic like the d2f stuff or is it more normal?
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d2f-f-3-7 uses that style of plunger and it also has this problem, just to a lesser degree.
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post #2524 of 2530 (permalink) Old 07-02-2019, 04:27 PM
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Any electrical connection switch will have unstable contact resistance. Doesn't matter what mechanical difference of a switch you're trying to dream up. An optical switch could be made somewhat immune.

Plus switch stiffness is alterable, all out of the box Omrons are stiff, then start to bounce in 12-18months = maintenance needed, spray them to clean the oxidized contact and push the pin in to soften them. Problem solved. Switches last over 10 years this way with maintenance every 2 years or so, less than a year for sure.

Click stiffness and feel has more to do with mouse button design than the switch itself. Unless of course you install some crazy stiff switches. Most of the commonly used in products Omrons are about the same stiffness.
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both switches for me started doing this very early. d2f-01f was the day of swapping to it, I noticed it with d2f-f-3-7 about a week into using

I don't think this is a durability issue
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Then you have no debounce in hardware nor software/firmware if you're getting bouncing contact issues on brand new switches. Or they are some old stock that was sitting in who knows what conditions.
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Then you have no debounce in hardware nor software/firmware if you're getting bouncing contact issues on brand new switches. Or they are some old stock that was sitting in who knows what conditions.
could be that second thing with the storage for sure, but it isn't the standard double click issue. I can actuate the switch normally, then move the switch up and down and register more clicks using only post-travel. It's a g303 so it has some debounce

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Anyone had any issues with new Logitech G Hub? Since LGS is now EOL, judging from last update, G Hub is a go to software if you want it. I'm mostly looking into it affecting the mouse when it's running local profiles instead of onboard ones. Apart from mice, G Hub seems to break function keys on G Pro keyboard.
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Anyone had any issues with new Logitech G Hub? Since LGS is now EOL, judging from last update, G Hub is a go to software if you want it. I'm mostly looking into it affecting the mouse when it's running local profiles instead of onboard ones. Apart from mice, G Hub seems to break function keys on G Pro keyboard.
For GHub, I had issues with onboard memory until I reapplied a duplicate local profile to memory. No other issues so far.

I find LGS to be more intuitive as well.
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It sure does take 4 times more ram than LGS for something I wouldn't need. Too bad it can't properly write rbg config into G Pro kb memory. Damn thing keeps defaulting G logo and game mode button to default light blue on power loss.

Gonna keep it for few days then probably just remove it. Not sure I even need it.
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