09-26-2008 12:49 AM
but with XP drivers there is one problem - you just cannot configure your bonus bottuns on the mouse;D But plus is that aiming is much more better.
Do anyone can tell me how can i configure extra mouse buttons without SetPoint?
10-06-2008 10:35 AM
Couldn't agree more. I just bought the MX Revolution, and the cursor speed/accuracy seems to be appalling. I'm assuming I must be doing something wrong, but no matter what settings I try I just cant get the cursor speed to feel right. I get the best performance when I close SetPoint all together and rely on the windows driver, but even that feels different from my old mouse. I've turned acceleration off, and tried many different settings for cursor speed, nothing is right, what am I missing?
When i used SetPoint i felt like my cursor is running on the ice.
Real pain cause this thing cost £50, but I may end up ditching it.
11-06-2008 10:16 AM - edited 11-06-2008 10:28 AM
Hello, I am new but just started using my new MX Rev and although I love how it feels in my hand I also find the cursor movement to be a bit erratic.I realize the box says “Works On Most ALL Surfaces” but I am a bit more realistic and know obviously some surfaces will work better than others. I also notice that there is no real light being emitted, at least that I can see. Is this correct?
But back to the question: What type of mouse pad surfaces do work best?
I just purchased an Allsop Redmond, nice pad but the mouse seems to skip.Any advice would be grateful. Thanks in advance JMD FLA
11-12-2008 12:28 AM
11-12-2008 04:50 AM - edited 11-12-2008 04:56 AM
Thank you for your reply
. But the problem has turned to be the reception quality of the MX itself.
My PC has a USB connections in the front panel as well. I switched my MX USB connector to the front and it helped to smooth out the movement. If I switch it back to the rear of the PC the problem returns.
It seems my unit has signal issues and I would like to have it replaced.
What procedure do I need to follow?
Thank you in advance