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  • Ishayu
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    Originally posted by Bucic View Post
    MMB is a part of a mouse, isn't it? I'm done with you. I warned others about the G500 and possibly other Logitech mices with the same mechanism. Check it in the store yourself. If it's 'fine' for you, then I highly recommend career as a black smith...
    'Mouse precision' is a term which refers to how precisely the movements of the mouse corresponds to the movement of the cursor on the screen. It has nothing to do with buttons.

    I don't need to check the store to test out a Logitech G500. I used one to click the link to reply to you. I also made that perfectly clear. You're an idiot.

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  • brosis
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    Originally posted by mike4 View Post
    Has this been mentioned before? Anyway have a look at:

    https://opensource.logitech.com/open...ce_at_Logitech

    ... also my webcam but I miss features alike zoom, change resolution etc. Hence I'm still waiting for a logitech
    driver alike on Windows.
    $ guvcview -o

    You can make a .desktop file too.

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  • Bucic
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    Originally posted by Ishayu View Post
    I thought we were speaking about actuation of the middle mouse button and not mouse precision?

    I'm going to make a guess that you've never played it competitively. World of Warcraft PvP does require mouse precision for a multitude of reasons.
    MMB is a part of a mouse, isn't it? I'm done with you. I warned others about the G500 and possibly other Logitech mices with the same mechanism. Check it in the store yourself. If it's 'fine' for you, then I highly recommend career as a black smith...

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  • Ishayu
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    Originally posted by Bucic View Post
    WoW? Zone benchmark for Mouse precision...
    I thought we were speaking about actuation of the middle mouse button and not mouse precision?

    I'm going to make a guess that you've never played it competitively. World of Warcraft PvP does require mouse precision for a multitude of reasons.

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  • entropy
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    Originally posted by mike4 View Post
    Has this been mentioned before? Anyway have a look at:

    https://opensource.logitech.com/open...ce_at_Logitech
    Reminds me of the infamous Creative Labs open-source web page.

    http://opensource.creative.com

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  • Detructor
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    Originally posted by RealNC View Post
    Doesn't change the fact that they still sell overpriced hardware that doesn't last.
    lol. That guy. Hilarious.

    For those who don't know the G500's scroll wheel button needs a damn kilogram of force to actuate
    ?? I've a G500, too and I've nothing bound on the mouse-wheel button because it triggers too easily. Most times when I only scroll through my inventory, it triggers by accident most of the time.
    Last edited by Detructor; 05-20-2013, 06:13 AM.

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  • randomizer
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    Originally posted by deanjo View Post
    I haven't had a single Logitech mouse or keyboard die on me.
    Whereas I have had two G7s die on me with the same problem, both within a year. My G5 is fine though.

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  • Bucic
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    Originally posted by Bucic View Post
    WoW? Zone benchmark for Mouse precision...
    Correction?:
    /some

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  • Bucic
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    Originally posted by Ishayu View Post
    Total bull. I've been playing World of Warcraft with one of my most important abilities bound to the middle mouse button using a G500 for what... 4 years now? Not only has it not broken on me, but I find it extremely easy to activate the button.

    On the other hand, I tried out a Razer Naga for a few months during the middle of 2011 and that shit broke on me literally instantly. If you wanna talk about cheap china plastic crap talk about Razer.
    WoW? Zone benchmark for Mouse precision...

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  • Adarion
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    Originally posted by phoronix View Post
    Phoronix: Logitech Begins Supporting Linux Users
    Well. Better late than never, huh? I remember the times when I called their local hotline asking about iirc. a presenter or something... sometimes people would hang up instantly as soon as the L-Word was spoken. Others were clueless but tried to be friendly and even others just guessed "it might work".
    Still I JUST bought a Roccat Kone + last week for a box I was building for mom's birthday. Nice mouse. Okay, there is nothing about fair trade mouses here (there is none besides Nager IT) but well, you can't have everything. And it's totally overkill for mom but I knew they had Linux support and the design is made iirc in Hamburg (.de) so I wanted to support that. And it feels nice under the hand, not too small.
    Anyway, Logitech has a big market share and the HW is normally of good quality (used that brand from the early DOS times) so it's good if they become aware of Linux even though they should have done this much earlier, especially when you see how MS badly f*cked them earlier in the business.

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