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6-10-2010 @ 3:01PM
First, the naga addon is simply Dominoes the best I can tell, so I disabled it (it will disable itself if it detects another bar mod anyways). Any bar mod will do. There is a switch on the bottom to determine if the keys correspond to 1 to = or numpad numbers with -,+. After that, it's all the same.Second, the mouse comes with pips you can put on the buttons to get a feel of having 12 buttons under one thumb. Once your thumb gets used to where it's at on the mouse, it is recommended you remove them to help the life of that button.I use this with the G13 from logitech and am loving it. AoE at the click of one thumb followed by a click, all on the same hand controlling the mouse? Yes, please. Mouseover healing where you click with your mousehand? Yes, please! Oh, and I still use Vuhdo even with this. This gives me essentially a 15 button mouse (I use buttons 4 and 5 for menus because they are poorly located for use during battle).Sure, you can be all "Alt+click" this or "ctrl+click" that, but Im all 15 kinds of "click" that only involves one hand and one finger (or thumb). So in the line of which is better, using one hand to control what your mouse is over and the other to hold down shift, all while moving or whatever else, or just using one hand to control what your mouse is over and clicking with that same hand while your other hand keeps you out of fire and turned the right way?
6-10-2010 @ 3:22PM
Actually, technically you don't even need a bar mod or the addon for it to work. It does just press the key as if it was on your keyboard. You simply can't tell it what the button press is, you are stuck with 1 to = or numpad,-,+.
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