02-20-2012 01:39 AM
I posted this to the wrong section and I got no responses so I'm trying again here!
I have a G9 and a couple G9x mice.
I'm using SetPoint 6.2. I see that I can assign DPI Increase to a button and DPI Decrease to a button.
But I RARELY use DPI increase/decrease.
I would really like to be able to have an option for DPI CYCLE!
This would simply cycle through all the DPI settings for that profile and when at the highest setting, it would go back to the lowest setting. Like this:
1 -> 2 -> 3 -> 4 -> 5 -> 1 -> 2 ...
This setting makes even more sense if someone is only using 2-3 DPI settings for a profile! You certainly don't need TWO MOUSE BUTTONS to switch between DPI settings when there are ONLY two DPI settings available. But with Logitech and SetPoint 6.20, you do!
This would allow me to only use ONE precious mouse button for DPI settings and then I could use the other default DPI button for something else that is more useful!
Clearly this would be an excellent option and I don't really understand why this isn't already a part of the SetPoint Drivers.
Please consider adding a DPI Cycle option to the button assignment and let the users have another button available for custom functions!!!
Someone at Logitech, please send this request to someone that can make this happen.
02-21-2012 01:59 PM
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03-15-2012 04:59 PM - edited 03-15-2012 05:00 PM
I'm really surprised that there isn't DPI cycle in SetPoint (I have G500). Like many others I'm sure I only need two different DPI modes: fast and slow (maybe sometimes medium as well but rarely). This would be perfect feature. Please do add it.