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|7th June 2003, 21:11||#1|
OK I;ve stealthed my mouse
hi, I steathed my optical mouse by placing it upside down into the keyboard tray flush with the tray,
I then placed a piece of etched acrylic on top,( the etched piece doesn't move) with the pad I choose it just moves around like normal to activate left and right functions I simply push down on the side I want.
I went and reversed the mouse buttons through windows mouse settings.
the top pad can be any shape, I just used this for testing...
so the mouse stays still and the pad moves for a change as for gaming it's as good as before and it looks cool to see no mouse.
let's just say it's like having a fully functional mouse that's 3/16"thick.
no wires, no mouse. here's a pic
it works as good as before or better.
what do you's think?
|7th June 2003, 21:56||#2|
Join Date: Jun 2002
so you move your finger over the mouse top ? of a piece of plastic ?
looks nicely, but I don't understand the technique for using it....
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