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Zeanon

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  1. The feet on the Z are rather sturdy but not as smooth as the mad catz ones which are extremely delicate but extremely smooth as well
  2. The 3360 is still more or less the best sensor which one would you want? And as I already stated, how would you like to put all the features in mouse with under 100g? Also a smooth scroll wheel kills the precision to only scroll one click which is rather important in the Z's main field: gaming What they could do in my opinion is the option to buy the mouse feet with Teflon on them like mad catz had it, they are rather sensitive and wear down easily if you are not careful so I understand why they didn't use such kinds but they are incredibly smooth on the right mousepad
  3. he wants to sync his profiles: So why not export the whole FPS pack and reimport it?
  4. You can save the parent profile with all it's child's in one file
  5. Ok, first off all: putting an SD-Card in there wouldnt really solve the problem, since then the mouse would need ram to load the profile into(also I dont know wth you are doing, I have 11 profiles and still are on 72%), most mice even lack the ability to use macros without the software, not to mention the ability to save more profiles, by managing them a bit intelligent, Roccat for example has 5 profiles(with double the onboard memory), also it's completely normal that you need to recallibrate the sensors, especially since a mouse is under rather heavy accelerations in this case(picking it up, setting it down, and so on) And if you somehow read into the profile introduction stuff, you would know that you could do this "Button" thing, or at least somehow. Now making the mouse modular is kind of interesting: its not that easy with a mouse like this without making it even heavier And pls tell me, which 8 year old kiddie could utilize a mouse like that, yet even pay for one? And mouses like this wont be allowed in tournaments, since they are way too complicated and allow way too much stuff
  6. Unfortunately this isn't possible, but you can make dpi profiles which you can then change
  7. Are you using FastBoot Fast Boot can cause issues with drivers, for example my old Corsair k95 won't work with fast boot enabled
  8. I know it sounds kind of obvious, but did you activate auto Profile switching?
  9. As already stated, you are most likely destroying one pair of the feet with that and the mouse isn't as rock stable as it normally is on the mouse pad, which kind of defeats it's purpose, but you could try using the higher lift off setting in the driver, but I would also suppose it would decrease the accuracy of the sensor
  10. Thats's because you have both kinds of feet attached at the same time, which you shouldnt do(as stated in the manual) because it kills the mouse feet(the one you put the others on top others and that elevates the mouse over the detection range of the sensor, which is completely intentional
  11. If you insert either the lock-out-feet or the Tilt-feet the mouse should work properly, you shouldnt use it without either of them since you need some kind of glide base. But I still dont understand what you mean with "I rather like the feel of the mouse lifted."
  12. Which mouse feet do you mean The glide pads or the flight Stick extender?
  13. As I already stated in another comment answering a rant of yours: "if you would provide some system information besides "IT SUCKS" someone could maybe help you, a lot of problems are either caused by the user(most of the time unwillingly) or certain hardware configs
  14. the software is not generally broken, for me for example it works It might be that there is a certain issue with your configuration of sort, so if you would provide a little bit more background info than just: "this shit!!", maybe someone could help you
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