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post #21 of 45 (permalink) Old 02-23-2017, 05:30 PM
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Ring finger on the right click button? Okay, I'll try it.

Kinda have to if you want it to be straight.

It's weird. :/

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If I hold the G403 in the most comfortable way the sensor will be slightly misaligned in my hand. If I hold it with the senor aligned I start to want to use another mouse. I sent the mouse back because the shape wasn't good for me -- I was always fighting to get comfortable while maintaining control.

The Pro was fine as it's a symmetrical shape. Main reason I continue to use symmetrical mice.

I think the problem op is having is exactly this. I have the same problem with most Ergo mice.
I hold the Zowie EC and the SteelSeries Rival at an angle because they are more comfortable in my hand that way.
I've thought that the perfect ergo mouse (for me) would have its buttons angled to the left with some other visual indicator to show where the tip of the front is.
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Maybe it's the time for we have some "angle compensation option" on mice softwares?
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Maybe it's the time for we have some "angle compensation option" on mice softwares?

Some sensors have that...
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Kinda have to if you want it to be straight.

It's weird. :/

Nah I don't agree. Been using mainly Logitech mice for the past 15 years (some small timeframe exceptions), almost always ergo, mostly eggshell shapes, and this is a problem that's been with most if not all these mice. I'm holding it 1-2-2 because I just don't have good control with 1-3-1, so I don't want to change to Logitech's vision of a "good" grip. I guess I've adjusted my movements to it because I don't have a single problem with it. Can imagine though this is not for some people, esp. if you haven't been messed up like I apparantly have been smile.gif
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Some sensors have that...

Hmm, I'm not talking about prediction or things like that. But imagine you turn 90º compensation on the option and suddenly when you move horizontally, the sensor goes vertically (but without skipping angle movement on your hand). Perfect straight horizontal lines will be perfect straight vertical lines, and imperfect horizontal lines will be imperfect vertical lines.
My english is kinda basic but maybe "tilting" os "rotating" is a better word?

Anyway. The only software I could find about this issue is here: http://www.maf-soft.de/mafmouse/

Give it a try and come back here!
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Yeah I had to hold my G403 at a really uncomfortable angle to keep from drifting up or down on swipes. Put a lot of strain on my wrist and made the mouse completely unusable for me. Too bad, it's a pretty solid mouse otherwise.
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Hmm, I'm not talking about prediction or things like that. But imagine you turn 90º compensation on the option and suddenly when you move horizontally, the sensor goes vertically (but without skipping angle movement on your hand). Perfect straight horizontal lines will be perfect straight vertical lines, and imperfect horizontal lines will be imperfect vertical lines.
My english is kinda basic but maybe "tilting" os "rotating" is a better word?

Anyway. The only software I could find about this issue is here: http://www.maf-soft.de/mafmouse/

Give it a try and come back here!

I remember seeing an option in the sensor documentations about such a feature. It's something that can be done through the SROM of some sensors. I don't think there is a commonly used mouse that allows you to set it through driver software.
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Hmm, I'm not talking about prediction or things like that. But imagine you turn 90º compensation on the option and suddenly when you move horizontally, the sensor goes vertically (but without skipping angle movement on your hand). Perfect straight horizontal lines will be perfect straight vertical lines, and imperfect horizontal lines will be imperfect vertical lines.
My english is kinda basic but maybe "tilting" os "rotating" is a better word?

Anyway. The only software I could find about this issue is here: http://www.maf-soft.de/mafmouse/

Give it a try and come back here!

While I haven't tested this myself I believe the povohat driver can do this.
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Hmm, I'm not talking about prediction or things like that. But imagine you turn 90º compensation on the option and suddenly when you move horizontally, the sensor goes vertically (but without skipping angle movement on your hand). Perfect straight horizontal lines will be perfect straight vertical lines, and imperfect horizontal lines will be imperfect vertical lines.
My english is kinda basic but maybe "tilting" os "rotating" is a better word?

Anyway. The only software I could find about this issue is here: http://www.maf-soft.de/mafmouse/

Give it a try and come back here!

3310 (and maybe others) has this angle tuning option native but not many made it available in software. I only remember Mionix software having it.

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