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post #161 of 165 (permalink) Old 11-14-2019, 03:33 PM
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2 month update..
Since fingertip grip isn't my thing I had to take the Model O- mod one step further.
I can use arm aiming more steadily with this little back support while still retaining a lot of finger freedom.
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post #162 of 165 (permalink) Old 11-14-2019, 04:04 PM
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Speaking of mods. I felt the clicks were a bit too stiff for me (I like them very light) so I opened it up to see if I could change that. I ripped out the LCD strips while I was at it. Turns out I didn't need to open it for the clicks, you can simply stick something into the gap behind the buttons. That will give them more forward push, increase the default tension so to speak. I used this guitar pick:

https://www.amazon.com/Dunlop-44P-60.../dp/B0002D0CGW

Cut out little pieces and experiment with the position. Buttery smooth clicks. If you wanna just try how it feels, you can also put a finger somewhere around the gap and push gently while clicking with the other hand.

Very happy with the mouse now. Middle click sucks though, but that is usually the case on these mice.
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Oh and of course that also eliminates some of the sideway play of the buttons, although I can't say it bothered me to begin with.
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Has anyone in here gotten to try the new ascended cord? If so, how does it compare to a custom paracord? Is it pretty close like the G-Wolves cable? Or is it only a small improvement over the original ascended cord?

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Has anyone in here gotten to try the new ascended cord? If so, how does it compare to a custom paracord? Is it pretty close like the G-Wolves cable? Or is it only a small improvement over the original ascended cord?
Here's a solid comparison: https://www.reddit.com/r/MouseReview...v2_on_model_o/
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