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6-10-2010 @ 2:22PM
I've used this mouse for a couple of months now, and I have to say, it's amazing. Got a friend to buy one on my recommendation too. The only gripe I have about the mouse is that the buttons on the side are actually a number pad, like on your keyboard. Regardless, this mouse makes healing so much better. I can heal trivial encounters one-handed, without paying attention. I can heal progression content faster, better, and more accurately. Now I just need more macro slots, so I can finish filling the mouse buttons up :P. Too many spells, not enough macro buttons.For added complexity/usability, give the macros modifier actions (i.e., alt-click, or shift-click) You can fit a total of 48 actions on a mouse, not counting the regular buttons.
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