I find myself having to go into setting and change the buttons when I want to play FH for my settings ie= Tank sight is button 8 keyed to F9,then placing them back for surfing the net,is there any way to make a config file or something to were I can just load it up rather then always going into settings? CrimeScene
Im assuming your new to playing BF1942 and FH.
Start up the game, go to options, controls, and in common setting there is a category labelled views/ inside, place the mouse cursor over the key displayed and click once, then click the button you wanted to use. go to top of the screen where it says save and you should be done, no need to reassign the mouse keys through windows.
Good mouse, btw ;)
You don't even know which one he has mkh, anyway I'm thinking about getting the mx518.
logitech only has one laser mouse I think.
Indeed. The only existing laser mouse is the MX1000.
MX1000 is what i have and by far the best one i ever had. Dont have to worry about your batteries going out because theres an indacator on the mouse and you can see when it gets low. Mine never has reached the first like i always rechatge it at night.
MkH^Indeed. The only existing laser mouse is the MX1000.
Ahh i thought he just meant an optical mouse. Anyway the mx518 has 1600 dpi resolution (double that of a mx1000), you can change it on the fly to 800 and 400 if you need alittle less sensitivity. If you need a new mouse and can miss 50 bucks I would get it. Anyway I hate cordless stuff, recharging a mouse/oystick or keyboard when you need it sucks. You can count on it that it will happen.
MX1000 has certainly changed my attitude on cordless stuff. The mouse is brilliantly built without any additional leds and such to preserve as much battery as possible. The mouse goes offline after few seconds when not used, so you can run it for maybe four days with one recharge. I've learned to recharge it every 2nd night usually after many bitter experiences in BF though.. "ARGH! Why isn't this responding!? AAAAaaarrgh" *the Ilyushin dives to its fiery death*
The overall design of the mouse is just brilliant. The shape, the placement and function of the buttons. Lovely. The only thing that bothers me, or used to bother me, is the "activation delay" on the laser.
I changed my Logitech Mouseman Optical to this after it's left mousebutton wore out (no shitting) after two years of hardcore Diablo 2 gaming :D
stick to corded, wireless is heavy and can cause interference