Best wow mouse OSX compatible???

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Best wow mouse OSX compatible???

Which amuse are you apple people using???
The one where I use a PC instead.
Mac user here, I use a plain old wired logitech one with a mouse wheel. I hate mice that force me to screw around with batteries and installing drivers and crap. I like it where I can just plug it in and start using it and don't have to worry about my batteries dying on me in the middle of a battleground.

And no way I'm blowing money on an apple mouse because it's like they go out of their way to make those things as unfriendly to gamers as possible.
You can use ANY mouse with a Mac. Anything USB or Bluetooth.

I'm using a Kensington 3-button mouse. WoW understands the right-click on Mac the same way it does Windows.
My Razer Naga works on my mac.
Well i usually set my mouse button to alt and control so i need 2 buttons at least and a driver to set those buttons to what i want...

I know any usb will work but if it has extra buttons some times it doesn't, like the data mouse even had osx drivers and didn't work...
I'm using a left-handed Razer Deathadder, which works pretty well.

I would love to use a Naga, but they don't make a left-handed one (at least not yet, I hear they do have one in the works).

I also have a copy of Controllermate (http://www.orderedbytes.com/controllermate/) which quite robust and fairly easy to use. It lets me talk to just about any devices that require drivers that aren't Mac compatible.
Apple = simplicity.

Apple makers/users are not gamers. They're hipsters and elderly people. One button is all they need for any of their purposes. You'll pay 8x for that button that you'd pay for 3 buttons on the simplest of PC mice.
naga if you need a lot of buttons. If you don't, I really like the deathadder.
Apple = simplicity.

Apple makers/users are not gamers. They're hipsters and elderly people. One button is all they need for any of their purposes. You'll pay 8x for that button that you'd pay for 3 buttons on the simplest of PC mice.


Sorry, unix users are not less sophisticated than windows users. To claim otherwise is a little silly. Macs haven't made a desktop with a 1 button mouse in a very long time.
Steel series Cata mouse. Love it. Not a ton of button but a few well placed ones to bind important skills to. Plus is glows and pulses :P
so naga vs G600?
10/04/2012 03:05 PMPosted by Khoun
Steel series Cata mouse. Love it. Not a ton of button but a few well placed ones to bind important skills to. Plus is glows and pulses :P


I ended up returning that. I couldn't get used to the 700 programmable buttons and kept hitting the wrong ones, or multiple ones at the same time by accident. I think my finders are too fat.
Lol. Never post about Macs in general discussion. You'll only get flamed by PC fanboys.

And Stinkyfinger, your an idiot. I'm more of a gamer then you are. I own nearly every console that has been released since the 90s.
10/04/2012 03:17 PMPosted by Texasdagger
Steel series Cata mouse. Love it. Not a ton of button but a few well placed ones to bind important skills to. Plus is glows and pulses :P


I ended up returning that. I couldn't get used to the 700 programmable buttons and kept hitting the wrong ones, or multiple ones at the same time by accident. I think my finders are too fat.


I use that mouse and its the only multi button mouse I've used that I don't hit the wrong keys.

Works great on Mac too.
Apple = simplicity.

Apple makers/users are not gamers. They're hipsters and elderly people. One button is all they need for any of their purposes. You'll pay 8x for that button that you'd pay for 3 buttons on the simplest of PC mice.


Sorry, unix users are not less sophisticated than windows users. To claim otherwise is a little silly. Macs haven't made a desktop with a 1 button mouse in a very long time.


Nobody is talking about Unix here. OSX is Unix-based, but no Mac uses Unix. It uses stupid names like Lion and Baby Zebra.
This thread is certainly going places! Like to the gutter.

Nobody is talking about Unix here. OSX is Unix-based, but no Mac uses Unix. It uses stupid names like Lion and Baby Zebra.


Mountain Lion is Unix 03 certified.

http://blog.opengroup.org/2012/07/25/apple-registers-mac-os-x-10-8-mountain-lion-to-the-unix-03-standard/

As were lion, snow leopard, and leopard.

So yeah, os x is a certified unix. Unix users (including those that use macs) are not simple users, therefore your statement is problematic.

Certainly there are some mac users who are as you describe, but there are also those who just use it as a more commercial unix system.
I verify my point that Stinkyfinger is an idiot.

Nobody is talking about Unix here. OSX is Unix-based, but no Mac uses Unix. It uses stupid names like Lion and Baby Zebra.


Mountain Lion is Unix 03 certified.

http://blog.opengroup.org/2012/07/25/apple-registers-mac-os-x-10-8-mountain-lion-to-the-unix-03-standard/

As were lion, snow leopard, and leopard.

So yeah, os x is a certified unix. Unix users (including those that use macs) are not simple users, therefore your statement is problematic.

Certainly there are some mac users who are as you describe, but there are also those who just use it as a more commercial unix system.


I'd like to see you find five Mac users that even know what Unix is.

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