ReemZ wrote:Now I've not got a glass table, but I've tried using the window for a mouse mat just to test this, on a sunny day, and it just worked, that mouse just won't notice the difference between a sunlit window and a proper mouse mat, or a table with no mouse mat at all
dunsurfin wrote:Eventually I got round to getting a "darkfield" mouse. I didn't want the performance mouse MX as it's only for right handed people (I'm right handed but I use my left hand for mouse) but have just bought a "go anywhere" Logitech mouse. It certainly works well on my glass desk and I've said goodbye to my mouse mat. The only problem is that I already had a Logitech keyboard with a "unifying" USB receiver but it seems unwilling to play with the mouse and the "unifying" USB receiver is unwilling to play with the keyboard. Doubtless I will find the reason eventually but, for the time being, I have to have both receivers plugged in.
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