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post #3651 of 3660 (permalink) Old 10-01-2018, 06:56 AM
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Trust me man, you're not alone. Since the Ultralight, or more so the Astrum, I'll be getting more just for the sake of not missing out. It's like needing to see a newly released movie lmao.
well at least you admit that it's a mental illness. you fully embrace placebo and stupidity.
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well at least you admit that it's a mental illness. you fully embrace placebo and stupidity.
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well at least you admit that it's a mental illness. you fully embrace placebo and stupidity.

You've just categorized about 90% of OCN members here, especially within this section .
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Anyone else have one of these and the side mouse buttons double-click? Very annoying and it has happened to both me and my buddy. He said it was a pain in the ass dealing with Logitech to get them to fix it which is why I haven't opened an RMA.
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Anyone else have one of these and the side mouse buttons double-click? Very annoying and it has happened to both me and my buddy. He said it was a pain in the ass dealing with Logitech to get them to fix it which is why I haven't opened an RMA.
The right mouse button developed issues for me. To fix that, I opened the mouse and oiled all switches.
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Is there a G-PRO HERO (wired) owners thread or something like that? This seems to be for the 3366 one. I have a few queries.
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Nope, there isn't. Might as well make one or ask here. Tbh, 3366 G Pro is done for now.
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Nope, there isn't. Might as well make one or ask here. Tbh, 3366 G Pro is done for now.
What you mean by done for now? Logi has stopped making them or what?

Anyway, question is, what software you guys use for the G Pro software, G HUB or the LGS? I am using LGS after seeing a few comments that G HUB is bad and all, but with LGS when I am using the On-board memory (use profiles stored on the mouse) mode, no matter what, after a system reboot the mouse LED resets to default. I have to open LGS manually, go into the LED section to load my customised LED settings. Its somehow not being able to load the settings to the mouse. I tired the other option, Automatic Game Detection (use profiles set on computer) mode and that actually is able to keep my customised settings on the mouse post a system reboot.

I also tried the G HUB before I tried LGS, and I think with G HUB there was no such problem like this. So just would like to know, which one you use? I don't like to meddle with the software at all, as I set my DPI and LED settings for once and be done with it. So I would like to store everything on the mouse properly, so that even without the software it loads my settings properly.

By the way, I have the HERO G-Pro, not 3366 one, just making it clear once more.
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What you mean by done for now? Logi has stopped making them or what?
Yup. And by the looks of it, Logi is done with Pixart as well.
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@ithehappy : I don't quite remember and can't check how the software works right now because I do not have it installed at the moment. I assume it was possible to create several profiles so that you can switch between them with one of the buttons. Perhaps that's what you did, and there's more than one profile defined and the profile with the LED colors you want is not the one that's used as default by the mouse?
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