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Simon Gustavsson

Simon Gustavsson

Oslo Designer @ Heydays Joined almost 6 years ago via an invitation from Emil B.

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  • Posted to What is the best ergonomic mouse for macOS?, in reply to Andy Brown , Mar 22, 2018

    Yep, I will definitely try out the MX Master. After watching a couple of videos on it, it looks like there’s a smooth scrolling option within the Logitech customization app that I want to try out in detail.

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  • Posted to What is the best ergonomic mouse for macOS?, in reply to JD Welch , Mar 22, 2018

    Thank you, I’ll check these out!

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  • Posted to What is the best ergonomic mouse for macOS?, in reply to Tyson Kingsbury , Mar 22, 2018

    Hah! I have two Wacom tablets in different sizes that I use whenever I need to do any drawing. But for rather precise movements i Sketch, and a lot of switching back and forth to the keyboard, I’ve switched back to a mouse. I felt that, even though I’d been using the Wacom exclusively for several years, I wasn’t as precise and quick when doing UI design as a mouse. Plus, I would always have to hold the pen awkwardly or lay it down whenever I’d have to do double-hand typing, which got annoying after a while…

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  • Posted to What is the best ergonomic mouse for macOS?, in reply to Mark O'Neill , Mar 22, 2018

    Absolutely true. I will give it a try! :-)

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  • Posted to What is the best ergonomic mouse for macOS?, in reply to Mick N , Mar 22, 2018

    I will, thank you!

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  • Posted to What is the best ergonomic mouse for macOS?, in reply to Mircea Z , Mar 22, 2018

    Interesting! I prefer light mice myself, so that wouldn’t be an issue I believe. It looks kind of cool, but if it provides no better scrolling experience than the MX 2S, I might try the MX first.

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  • Posted to What is the best ergonomic mouse for macOS?, in reply to Karl Lind , Mar 22, 2018

    I have a Wacom tablet, but in my experience it’s not the best for the type of work I do (mostly UI stuff in Sketch).

    I’m not sure Magicgrips would solve the need for a palm rest for me, but it’s definitely worth noting. Thanks!

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  • Posted to What is the best ergonomic mouse for macOS?, in reply to Mark O'Neill , Mar 22, 2018

    That sounds like an interesting idea, although I’ve felt a strain in my hand the days I’ve had to only use the trackpad on my MBP. I don’t know if I could relax my hand/arm only using the Magic Trackpad the same way I can on a mouse with a palm rest…

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  • Posted to What is the best ergonomic mouse for macOS?, in reply to Rick Waalders , Mar 22, 2018

    How is the scrolling on this one? Choppy/step-wise like other traditional mice?

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  • Posted to What is the best ergonomic mouse for macOS?, in reply to Alejandro Camara , Mar 22, 2018

    Thanks! I will need to try the MX 2S out. I remain somewhat skeptical though, as Antek mentioned in this thread that the scrolling does not feel as native as a Magic Mouse or a trackpad.

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