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  • Logitech MX Master 3 Darkfield Advanced Wireless Mouse
    • Laser mouse features seven buttons and a scroll wheel
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    • Wireless signal lets you control your cursor from up to 33' away
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Has anyone used the range extender?
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Quote from crazygoliath :
I have the MX keys and they are horrible. Most of the buttons squeak and it has very little travel depth (if that matters to you).
Definitely do not have the squeaking problem on mine. They are indeed small travel but I like that in an office keyboard to keep it quiet
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Quote from xtp :
Headsup, This is a good Vanilla Office work mouse. HOWEVER

I originally bought one for CAD use, and it just wasn't responsive/ accurate enough to nab those small on screen elements.

Logitech's gaming wireless mouse was Night and Day difference, no problem, I can grab anything. They all have that hero sensor now, so any of them will work.


If you guys don't know what I'm talking about, you're fine buying this mouse
Which mouse did you buy?
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Have both, 2S for work and the 3 for working at home. The 2S is heavier and the 3 has a better feeling grip in my opinion. The 2S has a better scroll wheel than the 3 as sometimes the three doesn't scroll that smoothly, kind of jerks while scrolling.
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Check your chase card offers, there is a 10% cashback on some cards.
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One of the worst scroll wheels in a mouse ever. If you enable step scrolling, it's super easy to disengage it if you scroll too fast. And the infinite scroll goes on forever. If it's infinite scrolling and you don't notice it, and you press CTRL for copy/paste/whatever in a web browser, it will annoyingly zoom in/out. Extremely frustrating. I had to relearn how to scroll carefully with this mouse.
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Quote from Noirish :
Check your chase card offers, there is a 10% cashback on some cards.
Only In-store.
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Quote from bmitchell1876 :
I've been debating this mouse and the hand position... do you know have any feedback on using it?

I tried a vertical mouse with a cheaper brand and it took some time to get used to it. Now, using a regular mouse feels weird. I really enough the vertical mouse more.
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Purchased both the MX keys and mouse for about this price early 2020. Solid so far having a PC and Mac to swap between. Bluetooth does occasionally drop out on the Mac (never happens on PC) just reconnect and good to go. Spilled some water on the keyboard, turned it off and dried it out for a few hours - still going strong.
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Quote from conceptvbs :
Don't get this mouse. Get the M750 marathon mouse. It's cheaper and does almost 95% of what the MX3 does. Plus it has better ergonomics than the MX3, IMO ( switch on the top of the mouse vs MX3 annoying button on the damn bottom )
Haven't used the MX mouse, but I agree that the Marathon Mouse is great, and it's even a decent travel mouse (in my experience), if you buy a usb-rechargeable AA battery on eBay. Additionally noting that there's a dongle-less version that Costco sells under a different name, and it goes on sale every few months. The main thing missing is the fancy side-scroll (instead you push the scroll wheel from side to side), but I seldom need to side-scroll.
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Can you detail more about what you did with autohotkey? I have don't pretty heavy scripts and would be interested in learning more! TY!
In the setup I was using, I had two Dell monitors side-by-side (both U2417H, though this should work with any using Dell Display Manager). I wanted both computers to use both monitors, so I hooked up my PC to the HDMI ports and my work's Mac to the Displayport...uhh...ports. Anyway, in my setup, the PC was on the "left" and the Mac was on the "right". In other words, if I wanted to go to the Mac, I went to the far right of the right monitor; to the PC, left edge of the left monitor. Basically, the code creates an invisible, 1-pixel-wide strip on the monitor edges that, when the right things happen within that space, DDM is invoked and monitor inputs changed.

There are two separate scripts, one for each monitor edge. In an ideal situation, both computers are running an AHK-compatible OS and there would be one script on each computer (left monitor script on the "right-hand" computer and vice-versa). However, Mac doesn't support AHK, so I ran both scripts on my PC. When the time came to switch from the Mac to the PC, I would move CTRL+left edge on the Mac, which would change the keyboard and mouse input, and then keep moving the mouse over (blind) until it hit the left edge on the PC (since the cursor appears on the right edge after Flow switch), thus activating the monitor switch. This was not ideal and didn't always work, but mostly because Flow had problems switching keyboard/mouse input back to the PC for reasons I never quite figured out. I really think this would work flawlessly on two PCs.

As you may know, Flow can be set up to activate with just mouse movement to the edge OR with that CTRL + that movement. I went with the latter because I kept accidentally activating it without. If you want to do it without CTRL, just remove "LCtrl" from "GetKeyState". You also may need to adjust the x/y values of the gui, depending on your monitor setup. Lastly, if your inputs of choice are different, those will need to be adjusted as well. All the command line possibilities for DDM are listed in the readme file in its installation directory.

Okay, I hope that explained everything. Feel free to let me know if you have any questions. Here are the two codes:

Left Monitor Edge
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sysget, var_, monitorworkarea

gui, color, 0x000000

gui +lastfound

gui, +alwaysontop +toolwindow -caption

gui, show, w20 h%var_bottom% x0 y0, left_win

winSet, transparent, 1

onmessage(0x200, "left_edge")

return

left_edge(wparam, lparam, msg)
{
if GetKeyState("LCtrl", "p"=1)
{
Run, "C:\Program Files (x86)\Dell\Dell Display Manager\ddm.exe" /1:SetActiveInput HDMI1 /2:SetActiveInput HDMI1
}
}
return
Right Monitor Edge
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sysget, var_, monitorworkarea

gui, color, 0x000000

gui +lastfound

gui, +alwaysontop +toolwindow -caption

gui, show, w20 h%var_bottom% x3820 y0, right_win

winSet, transparent, 1

onmessage(0x200, "right_edge")

return

right_edge(wparam, lparam, msg)
{
if GetKeyState("LCtrl", "p"=1)
{
Run, "C:\Program Files (x86)\Dell\Dell Display Manager\ddm.exe" /1:SetActiveInput mDP /2:SetActiveInput mDP
}
}
return
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#42
Does anyone know when this staples 20% off expires?
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Quote from bmitchell1876 :
I've been debating this mouse and the hand position... do you know have any feedback on using it?
I get the mouse today and I'll let you know. I'm making the switch since WFH has made a regular mouse unbearable on my wrist.
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Was expecting this today and when I went to check the status of the order I see it was cancelled. Never got an email stating as such - anyone else?
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Just used it yesterday for Logitech mx keyboard
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