Logitech G9 Gaming Laser MouseMakaveli - September 11, 2007
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Now let’s go ahead and change the dpi sensitivity for the gaming profile. You can have up to 5 dpi levels and they can go as high as 3200 dpi! It is easy to change the X-axis and Y-axis separately. Also, you can change the vertical and horizontal scrolling speeds.
To manage your profiles better than how we did in the onboard memory section, “Profile Manager” is what you’re looking for. You can view your profile library and add/remove profiles with a click of a button. I personally like the application detector so that’s what I selected in the menu below.
Macros can come in handy for gamers who need multiple things to happen with one click of a button. “Macro Editor” is the place you can go to set up any action to any button on the mouse.
Under “Device Options” you can see what firmware version you’re using and where to get help if you need it. Remember, this mouse comes with a 3-year warranty, so if you have any problems you can easily get it fixed using the supplied contact information. The last thing you can do is setup the auto-update feature.
You now know the basics of SetPoint 5.0 - let’s test this mouse!