Well, the word "desire" may be too strong;
I tried to decide if this was something I wanted to try or if my eyes were permanently damaged by looking at it.
I 've seen input devices optimized for specific applications in the past--
Like to draw tablet for photo editing program-
But OpenOffice mouse is probably the most extreme example I 've ever seen. Come on. . .
Let's take a look.
As the name suggests, OpenOffice mouse is designed specifically for OpenOffice.
It has 18 programmable buttons, each of which can be singleor double-clicked.
This is a unique 36 features that can be accessed through buttons.
In addition, it has a roller and 512 MB of RAM (
128 MB recommended for Windows XP system requirements). And macros.
The mouse comes with a button customization for OpenOffice because of the "usage tracking feature for OpenOffice ". org 3.
1 allows the application commands to be assigned to mouse buttons based on data collected from more than 0. 6 billion actual mouse and key commands issued by the user.
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You might imagine it coming in handy in the game as well, in fact, it comes with a 3-and-a-half introduction to World of Warcraft, unreal tournaments, Simsdozen others.
The manufacturer Warmouse claims that you can get used to using the mouse and its keyboard --
Like an array of buttons in two days.
The company is working to release additional profiles for "from major mainstream apps to obscure DOS abandonware.
"I 'd love to know ---
Would you consider using a mouse like this, or is the complexity/ugliness factor too high?
Sounds good in the comments.