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3-01-2011 @ 4:37PM
I have issues with my motor control as well and have the problem of inadvertly pressing buttons when not intending.However I spent a lot of time testing various mice designs in shops before findiing one that find my specific need. I don't inadvertly hit the mouse wheel so I got one that acts on mouse press, tilt right, titlt left, scroll up and scroll down. For healing this allowed myself more keybinds that I had more control over.My other design feature I was looking for was a side buttom for the thumb that was aligned for a thumb roll up and down instead of front to back. The thumb front to back roll motion for my thumb on the side of the mouse ends up with both buttons being pressed.Gaming mice are very popular and have a lot of features and designs that will help a lot of people with varying abilities. However, don't box yourself into the gaming mice aisle or websites.My perfect mouse design was in the back of Best buy near the laptop accessories and I have yet found a mouse with both these design features. I hope my mouse never breaks!So keep looking and trying to find what works best as there are a lot of options out there.
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