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  1. Hello, Short story, In your mouse options in ICUE, Turn off "Enable Button Response Optimization" in Surface Calibration (I use Icue 4) Long story, So I had a few Gaming mice, all from Corsair in the past and even now. I have the Iron claw, Iron Claw wireless, Dark core and now the Saber Pro Champ edition. I noticed when I moved to Icue 4, my mice started to left click on its own when I would lift the mouse up and place it down ever so slightly while gaming. Annoying during gaming because it pretty much cancels out your movement when it left clicks on its own as you adjust the mouse due to space. Imaging playing an FPS like this! The reason I am making this thread is because I have read a few other threads on here and reddit without answers with the same issue. Some mods even telling users to exchange the mouse as this is not normal behavior. It isn't. Please have the support team report this as a bug in their Icue software. Turning this option off prevents this from happening. Until it's clear to everyone, it is considered a bug and should be looked into as I am sure it's costing Corsair and other companies money in returns due a simple option. Hope this helps anyone that is experiencing this issue without an answer. None of my Mice are showing symptoms when this option is turned off. Let me know if this helped you.
  2. I just got a M55 mouse to complete my Corsair desktop. It's a really nice mouse. A bit on the long side but I can get use to it. What is bothersome is the play in the scroll wheel. It has about a half a millimetre play from left to right. It is so loose that it almost feel like a pivot wheel like on the Logitech mouse. It even has a pronounced click going from left to right. Is this how the M55 is or do I have a faulty one?
  3. Hello everyone Please help me in this problem. I just bought a new Corsair mouse, Harpoon, and now I trying to set up al the buttons. I m not a gamer, more a searcher. So, I use a lot the internet browser. My problem is that I cannot set the scrooling button to open a new specific tab. For example, when the cursor is on one link, and I click the button (scrooling in my case) to open exactly that link. Another example. In facebook, when the cursor is on a person name (with the link of the profile included), and I push the scrooling buton, to open exactly that profile All I could do, is to set it to open a new Web Browser file, but not a specific one Ive had mices (a lot cheaper) before this Corsair, that could do this actions without a problem. Please help me
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