Hi, Halo, I tried a trackball many yrs ago when sent one by Msoft, couldnt get on with it at all, it operated with the thumb, and my dexterity is in my hand and fingers, my thumb in fact seems to be getting a bit of an aching joint so best avoid thumb usage for precision, if thats arthritis its the first sign of it in me.
That replacement now sees buttons exactly where I hold a mouse with thumb, yours was ok. I prefer a smooth comfortable surface under the thumb, not buttons.
I need wrist on gel rest, …for since the advent of PC’s I simply like to move the mouse cursor around the screen with great accuracy, pixel precision, in one rotation of the wrist without having to struggle towards the end of the twist and without having to lift and replace mouse on mat DURING a move as that loses control, if you are drawing and do that it is impossible to avoid a kink or worse. I cant see how users can like to move something across screen and have to lift and reposition mouse whilst still trying to hold down the mouse button during the move. I have always had a simple mouse that does that. I have it set to 10/10 and accel high and can perform pixel accurate work. I knew others in the past that did the same. I stockpiled my simple mouse to be able to do so and Logitech have discontinued the driver under win7 so killing them all.
Anyone using a Logitech G100S ? Logitech say that should give precision and no need to resite mouse during full screen width move.