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Long story short, my high end Logictech mouse became clicky (single click registered as double and single/double click registered as no click).

I shopped around for a new mouse and ended up picking a razer star war mouse. 12 programmable thumb buttons that I thought could be useful to assign hotkeys.

Why do they think it's a good idea to require user to login before you mouse can have settings loaded?

So, if you boot up your computer but your internet died. All your settings cannot be loaded.

 

Looks like it will be the first and also last time I have to deal with razer. Most unfortunate. The hardware is well built.