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1-08-2010 @ 2:17PM
No Mac support for the buttons? I'll wait to get the mouse then. Pity, too... I was actually going to BestBuy today to see if I could get one; I've got a giftcard burning a hole in my wallet.
1-08-2010 @ 2:29PM
You can still use the buttons as your keyboard 1-12 or your numeric keypad 1-12/
1-08-2010 @ 2:35PM
Mac support is there, you're just limited to using the 1-0-= or NumLock configurations already built in. What's missing on Mac is this new remapping feature.This really is an awesome mouse, you eventually get to where you never have to look anywhere you don't need to.
Maybe I'm not "unlocking the full potential" of the awesome feat of human ingenuity, but I have yet to have issue with this mouse on a Mac (besides the clunky first week or two of changing the way I play)I currently have all my basic moves set to the keypad on the side, with another set of 12 enable by hitting alt+a #, and raid icons with shift+ a #. The middle mouse I have set depending on my toon/spec (taunt macro on prot paly, TotT on pve rogue, Vanish on pvp rogue). Left and right mouse I kept as is and button 3&4 are trinket and walk backwards (don't ask).So besides my own awkwardness in learning how to re-play the game, I have had no issues with this mouse on a Mac.And no, I don't work for Razer...
1-08-2010 @ 2:47PM
I have a Belkin n52te with the 1-= buttons already assigned on it and I don't feel like going back through and reassigning all of the keys on two peripherals. I too will be waiting for full mac support before upgrading to this mouse.
1-08-2010 @ 3:03PM
Naga works great on the Mac out of the box. I'm looking forward to key mapping patch when it's available.
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