All you can do is use a workaround like use a key on your keyboard for autorun and press the key before using the g-shift button.
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i just tested the same on my naga.. and i could keep walking when pressing left and right at the same time while i was changing key maps on the mouse
I will say, for a company of their size. Their store and return process is a bit...."aged" feeling.
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Ok so I bit the bullet last week and ordered myself a G600 as I'd been wanting to try one ever since I first saw it. At first I don't mind saying I HATED HATED HATED it, because of how I usually hold my mouse I was using my gshift key as my left click which was pissing me off so I reprogrammed it in the Logitech software to also become left click (Yes I have two left click buttons on my mouse :P)
Anyway I've been forcing myself to use the mouse all week and i'm starting to finally get used to the feeling of it as compared to the Razer Naga. To be honest I really wish there was a version without the gshift button but i'm getting used to having it there now. I notice that the G600 is actually a bit heavier than my naga but again that's not an issue. My main complaint I have with the G600 is the same complaint I had with the Razer Naga Epic and that is the positioning of the G7 and G8 buttons. Having them under the scroll wheel in my opinion is stupid as you can't properly press them unless you lift your hand. I'd much rather have them in the regular naga spot, although i've read alot of people hate that so I guess it's a no win situation lol...
and my last change is purely cosmetic but like the naga I wish the scroll wheel also glowed with the LEDs and not just the thumb grid...
Now to be honest after using both mice at the moment I'd say the Razer Naga wins, but that's because I've had 1yr of Naga use and 1wk of G600 use and when I first got my naga it took about a month to get used to using the thumb grid and having it under my thumb so I really don't think a weeks worth of use is enough to say which one is better... I don't mind saying though I do miss my pretty "molten" effect that my naga had. The G600 is rather plain and boring which is really quite sad as I quite liked the fanciness of the Naga Molten. Ah well
G7-G8 are not meant to be used often, that is why one is mode shift the other is Shift B by default. Also Razer products are meant to be visual more than peformers, the LED's are semi needed on the g600 but i could do w/o em myself, but black and red theme from top to bottom on my pc LED's work out. I dont understand how anyone could confuse Gshift for right click, your middle finger should sit perfectly on the right click w/ ring finger on Gshift in any grip style Claw to full grip. Unless ur a middle finger scroller which I find just weird lol but to each his own. Literally took me 1 week tho to use the g600 from using only an 8 button mouse b4.
Madcatz RAT 9, ive chosen that > and im glad i made the choise
I've been using my G600 for a while now, awesome mouse, nothing more to say...
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