If you stopped by, you're probably somewhat curious. I couldn't really word my question well as it's difficult to explain in less than ten words right now.
I really like mice with multiple side buttons that have a good shape/weight to them. This means that almost all MMO-Mice are a no-go due to their weight, size, and addition of things I find annoying such as thumb/ring finger rests. It also means that mice that are similar to the G502 (G602, G402, Basilisk, etc) are also a no-go. That pretty much sums up the vast majority of mice with 3+ side buttons.
I recently got my hands on a relatively obscure mouse called the Skydigital Mechanic GO90
. However, when I installed the software from their website and got to customizing
, I realized that the very front side button is greyed out, meaning it can't be customized to use for anything other than DPI Shift. This pretty much kills the mouse for me. The only reason I bought it was due to the third button and using it for binding abilities.
Here's my question:
Is it possible to adjust the '6' button so that instead of only functioning as Switch Mode, it can actually be rebound to a key or a function like M4/M5?
I'm thinking there's two possibilities: Either through the software or through the hardware.
I've used other obscure mice that use the exact same type of software as it seems to be common for these knockoff companies. Is there a way to access the software and change anything in there?
If it's hardware related, what would be the process? Would it require doing something to do with the switch/PCB? Is it even possible to do that?
Lastly, if I can get ahold of the company to ask them, is it possible that they can release a patch/updated version of the software so that it allows the button to be customizable? Or can the mouse never be changed again? It's a korean company, and as far as I'm concerned, they don't really bother with the U.S. market, but I'd still try.