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    wireless mouse recommendations..

    ISO recommendations to upgrade from our current mice, to a modern version. We are a small firm so the technicians do a variety of tasks (from drafting, to illustrations, to making the signs for the bid-openings to hang in the hall, etc.,...), related to the projects. And... go!

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    Logitech MX Master. Its freaking awesome.
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    I have a Logitech G700s. Wireless if you want it to be and it has lots of extra buttons that are nice for common functions. My two favorites (in Revit) on it are zoom extents and close hidden windows. If I were getting a non-gaming mouse the MX Master would be my next choice.
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    MX Master here also, love it
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    I have the Logitech G903 wireless mouse used at one of the firms I build for and they love it. Logitech has their wireless down on this mouse, their testing has shown it to be even more responsive than some wired mice!

    https://www.logitechg.com/en-us/prod...s-gaming-mouse

    Otherwise the Logitech MX Master 2S would be the other one I would recommend. It is the newest version of their great MX Master line
    https://www.logitech.com/en-us/produ...2s-flow?crid=7

    Hope that helps!
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    I'm Using a Logitech Trackball wireless MX ERGO and I love it, also I have in my house an old Logitech I've bought almost 9 years and is still working like a champ!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cellophane View Post
    I have a Logitech G700s. Wireless if you want it to be and it has lots of extra buttons that are nice for common functions. My two favorites (in Revit) on it are zoom extents and close hidden windows. If I were getting a non-gaming mouse the MX Master would be my next choice.
    Is it compatible with O.S.'s beyond Windows 8?


    When the specs indicate a certain battery life, I am assuming that is between charges or between charging the rechargeable batteries... It seems odd that there is such a big difference. I saw where one is 32 hours and another is 4 months. I would've expected them to have similar battery / recharge lives.
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    Well, my co-worker and I are feeling pretty fortunate as our employers ordered the mx master 2s for us. I'm excited for the upgrade. Thank you all for the
    suggestions, it made a huge difference in narrowing the field of options. I'm always grateful for the knowledge and guidance on revitforum.org.

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    We received our mice today... they will take some getting use to but,.....NICE! One thing, when I assigned a gesture - pan command to a button, it doesn't work very well in Revit. I can zoom in and out, but not left-right-up-down, without zooming. Is the gesture panning option more for documents? Is there a way to set it up to easily pan? Thank you!

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    I haven't used an MX series in ages other than the first gen I have at home, but I think setting the wheel to function as a Middle Mouse Button will solve it. You will need to push the wheel down like it was a normal button.

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