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  1. Do you mean producing different coloured parts so users could swap them out, or just making different coloured versions of Tracer? Either way, this isn't something we looked at for Tracer. But during the Z's development we did play around with swappable back-plates. @Bryce, swap them out. Let's say you have the option to purchase a black or white version of the Tracer or Z. The body and main buttons (left & rightclick) are in this primary colour and can't be swapped. Now every other button and non slip stickers could be swapped out for a different colour to match the users taste. The finger tip and triggers are already customisable, it's a case of making the other buttons / scroll wheel rubber replaceable. Bottom line is gamers love their RGB and colour themes. On the other hand, users within an office environment like something less vibrant. The Tracer could be even more appealing to purchase with these options. Incidental the colour packs work as replacement parts for wear and tear. For example, the person who builds this PC might pick the white Tracer with red buttons or black buttons. Maybe both and run a mix of red buttons and black non slip stickers.
  2. The email I referred to came from Kickstarter. I assume Indigogo sent one too. No email from Swiftpoint as far as I'm aware.
  3. In the design of the TRACER did you consider allowing the purple theme to be customisable? I'm sure some would love the chance to buy a colour pack with thumb, edge, fingertip, trigger buttons and non slip stickers in any colour. If possible the rubber on the wheel too.
  4. Will the new software support configuration of the Z-specific features (colours, tilt and OLED etc) on launch?
  5. @Bryce, how soon can we Zers get our hands on it?
  6. Just saw the new crowd funding campaign for the TRACER. Very interesting, not for the device itself (as we have the Z) but for the software. I'm glad the software has been revamped and it looks like someone saw my Driver Features and UI Design post, as many of the ideas and features look very similar. Can I please get confirmation from Swiftpoint that this software will be compatible with the Z? Surely you will have the sense to have one driver for both devices. @Bryce
  7. I'm a strong believer that the products is only as good as the software. In saying that I kickstarted the Z, and didn't have offical Mac drivers for a very long time. I can wait as long as I know work is being done on it and there is a roadmap of features they are looking to build. Something Swiftpoint is arguably not good at doing. The lack of macro's can be fixed by using other software like AutoHotKey. I'd assume you could bind a macro to a hotkey and then set Azeron to trigger that hotkey. I'm interested in getting the Azeron. I've desired something better for my left hand for a long time. My main concern is that in my research, reviewers weren't sure the thumbstick was good for FPS movement e.g. the quick A/D strafing. Yet seems great for 3rd person e.g. GTA where its better when transitioning between walk and run. I saw a few gamers using it in Fortnite, I'm guessing Azeron pushed a few their way for marketing reasons. Not my game but they seemed to love it. I'm guessing the learning curve is also huge, moving away from WASD and muscle memory. My birthday is coming up, maybe a present to myself.
  8. Yeah that alternate on release is a sneaky little trick. I'll happily take a Azeron as a thank you or a comment like at the very least 😉
  9. On second read, you might be wanting to hold "key 1" down on first click and then release on second click. Here is the "press" bindings: This might require you to turn auto-release off in overall settings.
  10. You could create the entire macro on the Z but if you have other software and set it up already for "key 1" then the way I would do it is: Here is the "press" bindings: It's a basic loop to tap "1" key, repeat and to never stop. You might want to adjust the wait time so it works best for your macro action. Here is the "release" bindings: This says on the first click do the loop set in the press binding. On a second click, stop all loops.
  11. What actions do you want it to do? I'm seriously thinking about getting a Azeron. Looks very nice and interested to see what it's like to play with. I'm primarily a FPS player. Few TPS like Division 2. Will watch a few reviews and consider it some more. The decision is hard as my Orbweaver isn't that old.
  12. I'm a big fan of gaming keypads, currently using the Orbweaver. I wasn't aware of the Azeron but it looks very interesting. Whats it like compared to standard key layout of other keypads? I've said it a few times here that Swiftpoint should consider building one. I'm surprised there is a conflict. Both store bindings to the device. Try changing the Z's "Game Controller Type" to "none" rather than joystick. I wonder if thats causing it. Otherwise I'm not sure.
  13. Seems like three identical devices to me. If they are different, it might be worth adding a "compare features" on the main website. On a side note, I'd love to see SwiftPoint focus on different devices. Personally I'd love a gaming keypad to pair up with the Z. Looking at utilising the tilt / pivot, deep clicks and vibration feedback features and seeing how you could create a device to innovative movement in-game. At the very least create a survey and ask the community what they want.
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