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2-22-2011 @ 10:28PM
I use a Naga as well, and I couldn't love it more. As a secondary input device, its stellar. For some reason Razer seems to push it as a main input device, binding main abilities to its buttons... I never really understood that. As someone said earlier, the bartender trick helps a lot here. Arrange a bar so its 3 columns x 4 rows, and assign those buttons to the Naga. It doesn't take long to learn, and the amount of quick-draw utility you gain is awesome.
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