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8-25-2009 @ 5:15PM
Anyone else find this a little rediculous. I firmly believe in using my mouse as part of my key bindings and and there are several moments where i wish i had more mouse buttons. but this is a bit beyond that and i think it's a bad move. the best mouse i ever used in mmo was a Logitech MX1000 (its Bluetooth though so i exchanged it for a G5, although i hear you can get the mouse straight wireless.)the mx100 has three mappable side buttons for your thumb (back, fwd, and middle) and two buttons at the scroll. if it had a 4th button beneath the 3 at the thumb that would be cool. but with a shift modifier, you are looking at 6 side buttons. and 6 top buttons not including your left and right click buttons.But a key pad? thats excessive and doesnt seem user friendly.
8-25-2009 @ 5:54PM
You learned those 6 buttons and the wheel, correct?What makes 12 that much less user friendly?I've got the MX1000 and it took a long while to get used to the side buttons. Usually all I use them for is to key on vent.Give me a full keypad and I might be willing to relearn this.
8-25-2009 @ 6:00PM
I have the MX1000 and an MX700, and I use the side buttons on the MX1000 mapped to three bar slots that I swap out for things depending on the situation (macros for bosses, daily quest items etc), and it's really useful.I can imagine getting used to the Naga, but it's not worth the money.
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