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    Quote Originally Posted by QUAD3PRO View Post
    believe me, just use that mighty mouse for a few weeks. Rough it out and you will find that mouse is the best thing since sliced bread. It just takes some time.
    It's too small to begin with, plus the side buttons are directly opposite one another (difficult engage just one or the other). No need to bother with it since the Logitech meets all my requirements.

    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by NumberSix View Post
    This is almost sounding like disinformation, the mighty mouse is not the only mouse that is highly customizable.
    If anything, it's less customizable than most third-party mice, but it does have the advantage of not requiring additional software to do so.

    Quote Originally Posted by tewatson View Post
    the side buttons are directly opposite one another (difficult engage just one or the other)
    The side squeeze buttons are meant to be used together as a single function. They can't be activated separately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by technologist View Post
    The side squeeze buttons are meant to be used together as a single function. They can't be activated separately.
    Ah, I missed that. Even more limiting, then. I find the dual thumb buttons on the Logitech to be most useful.

    Tom

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