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  1. #1
    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array
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    GX1000 button assignment

    Ok Asus, you need to add a function to the gx1000 button programming. The third little thumb button can't be assigned to drop dpi while holding then go back to previous dpi setting. You can only have it cycle through dpi settings. This makes it useless for quick sniper switching.

    Wow and just noticed one way DPI SWITCHING with the dpi button on top, so you have to cycle through them all to get back a particular dpi.

    Back to my g9 or corsair m65
    Last edited by pathfindercod; 04-09-2013 at 02:13 PM.

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    After using a coule days I can say the mouse is comfortable and great to use. If your a heavy dpi switcher this mouse is not for you. The scroll wheel is nice and solid. The mouse was a little scratchy on my mouse pad and as smooth as I wanted. The price an limitations of the button and softwte for assignments IMO is not worth the price of admission.

  3. #3
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    would be good if i can lock the dip switch button after the settings. Its amost annoying you can click it for mistake.

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