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Hi Everyone,

I've just purchased a Habu mouse and unfortunately the buttons that control the up and down of DPI don't seem to work when in game and on desktop!
I've tried to overcome this by installing USB overdrive and then Steermouse (not at the same time) all to no avail.
At the moment I down to just the Mac drivers doing the work where I can get all the other buttons to function when I play COD UO but not in any other environment.

Has anyone got any ideas?
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I don't really understand what you mean, but the buttons might require specific software, as it probably does with Windows. SteerMouse and USBO don't let you configure DPI AFAIK.

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Hi Knightlie,

I didn't realise that neither USBO nor Steermouse wouldn't let you change the dpi settings. BTW, what does AFAIK mean?
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