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11-02-2019 01:11 AM
legcramp
Quote: Originally Posted by Melan View Post
Yes they are. Stock side button switches are D2FC-F-7N.
Thank you!
10-26-2019 10:34 AM
Melan Yes they are. Stock side button switches are D2FC-F-7N.
10-26-2019 06:28 AM
legcramp Does anyone know if the side buttons on this mouse is replaceable? If so, is there a model I should be looking up?

My G305's mouse 4 button died so Logitech sent me a new one and told me to keep the old one so I want swap out the switch myself. (Logitech USA customer service is just top-notch, great customer service for me over 10+ years when I needed it).

Two things I noticed with the new one:
1. Middle-mouse button now clicks perfectly unlike the old one that was hard to click.
2. The factory more grippy texture of the mouse has worn over time on my old one compared to my new one, feels totally different.
10-14-2019 09:08 PM
Melan Use logitech pairing tool. Pretty sure you can do it.

ftp://ftp.logitech.com/pub/techsupport/mouse/

ConnectUtility_2.30.9_Logitech.
10-14-2019 04:29 PM
Synoxia Hello, can someone confirm that G703, g903 and g Pro wireless receivers can't be paired with this device? I lost g305 receiver.
10-02-2019 06:22 AM
Unsaid90 I have per-game profile settings, but sometimes when you launch a game you can't be 100% sure they've worked, and then during the game you realize that it's not the proper profile, you're like 150 DPI above what you originally wanted and I start frantically tabbing in and out of the game to get the profile to work.

Now I know the mouse doesn't have the LED back light for a good reason, but it's got this neat mini indicator on the top that has different lights. I was wondering if it was possible to assign it somehow, maybe through some registry hack to certain profiles, so that when i click the middle mouse button i get to see which profile im using via this little indicator.

any other suggestions involving on-display notifications are also welcome, i dont know how to bring those up forcibly either.
09-25-2019 03:29 PM
Melan Borrowed a new wired G Pro for a test drive. Tbh I like it more than my G305. It feels a bit smoother for some reason. Not entirely sure if I'm just imagining it.
09-19-2019 08:51 PM
deepor I felt like the original feet were good enough after using them a few weeks, after they got smooth and shiny.

But the original feet didn't really survive opening the mouse up. I then replaced the four main feet in the corners with new ones that are a small circle shape like what was used in the old Logitech MX300. Those small circles can be put on the mouse in a way that you leave the screws exposed.
09-19-2019 02:29 PM
Unsaid90 thx for the quick response. standard gliders feel like they are worth replacing, dont they ? i have mixed feelings.
09-19-2019 11:32 AM
Melan a) No. G102 feet are wider.
b) No. But there's not much point using any other than 1000hz polling.
c) Yes. I replaced my lmb/rmb switches to d2f-f-3-7 but disassembly is annoying. Also buttons are on separate tiny pcbs.
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