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|10-11-2019 10:20 AM|
|10-11-2019 06:30 AM|
|10-10-2019 02:27 PM|
Care to name one? His lack of communication on the indigogo kickstarter is bad, yes, but unless you have developed a mouse on your own and dealt with chinese factories on top of all the other issues that come up in a project such as this, you don't know what you are talking about.
|10-10-2019 11:48 AM|
|10-10-2019 10:09 AM|
|e7zip||as i said before, is so many bull**** excuses... i really don't have any hope to get it anymore|
|10-10-2019 02:03 AM|
|ATH-YF||BST You could also use the Ninox twitter account to give short notifications.|
|10-09-2019 05:27 PM|
poor dude just wanted to make a mouse everyone would like but it's getting bit ridiculous now.
I just assume one day it'll show up at my door, hoping i don't need to do anything more than wait because I've completely forgotten my indigogo username and password.
i'd hate to Imagine all the people who were on like 12 month rental agreements and have changed addresses.
|10-09-2019 04:48 PM|
It's now been FOUR MONTHS since you've bothered to post literally anything on the Indiegogo where, you know, the people who paid for this venture are actually watching. Instead it's apparently on us to hunt down where you actually post updates and then share these threads in the comments since, apparently, now that you have our money, you have precisely zero interest in keeping us in the loop or giving us any reason to actually believe this mouse will ever really actually ship.
Seriously, it's now 10 months since the original projected ship date AND WE HAVEN'T HEARD FROM AT ALL IN ALMOST HALF THAT TIME.
|10-08-2019 07:56 AM|
As long as the implementation of povohat in firmware does not add latency to the sensor or mouse clicks it should be a good feature, otherwise make an optional separate firmware if it makes sense.
I just want this mouse released as fast as possible tbh. My policy on buying one mouse at a time backfired badly xD , the last mouse I bought was a Ninox Venator on November 2017, after that I backed the astrum and you know the rest.
|10-08-2019 01:31 AM|
Just throwing some noise out there about the possible mouse acceleration, and how it could be improved beyond just integrating povohat in hardware. I understand achieving parity with povohat in a hardware solution is a holy grail for those looking for it, but it is only competitive due to an absence of competition, and this propriety that is perpetuated as an invisible mediocrity complex.
There is a solution to this problem, as well as increasing market penetration for the effort.
1. Implementation of a feature is generally the end of progress for said feature. No outside forces are capable of ever further changes.
2. Features are used by marketers to increase product segmentation and un-interoperability, walled gardens as a tool to protect against consumer doubt... consumer confidence is maintained through market share.
All of the hardware features should generally be thought of as a tool to market your product to those missing out and trapped by problems 1 and 2. Although most features should function in hardware to customize your designated mouse, the software should be allowed to function with your competition as well. This brings some conscientiousness to the uninformed or unwilling, bringing their attention to your product in the form of adoption and/or critique of your free software and eventually paid hardware.
For example, myself... I am stuck using 2 acceleration curves that run through separate software programs. My first acceleration curve is used primarily for non-tracking aim agility, this first curve negates my need to use a stretched resolution (Even foray into compressed resolution ). My second curve is purely based on muscle memory tied to cm/360, this is the curve classically used by most, for flicks past the edge of vision and low dpi navigation in high resolutions etc.
This is suitable enough for me but slightly erked by the need to use specific hardware/software that will never improve or evolve, and I am in no position to ever influence this conundrum. Thanks for reading this rant!
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