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Offline Iggy

Re: Laser upgrade for Amiga mice.
« Reply #30 on: July 07, 2017, 10:53:45 AM »
Quote from: pyrre;828019
52??

on the netshop it says "36,32 %&$#?@!%&$#?@!%&$#?@!8364;                                                     tax incl."
where does 52 come from? (shipping?)


NO, it doesn't.

"1x Laser... 43,95 €
1. Laser Tank PCB
8,00 €Shipping
51,95 € Total"

So, when does 43,95 equal 36,32?
AND, does over 36 euros look like a bargain to you?
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Offline pyrre

Re: Laser upgrade for Amiga mice.
« Reply #31 on: July 07, 2017, 11:19:44 AM »
Quote from: Iggy;828020
NO, it doesn't.

"1x Laser... 43,95 €
1. Laser Tank PCB
8,00 €Shipping
51,95 € Total"

So, when does 43,95 equal 36,32?
AND, does over 36 euros look like a bargain to you?
I dont know what site you are looking at. But the site I look at says:
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Offline pyrre

Re: Laser upgrade for Amiga mice.
« Reply #32 on: July 07, 2017, 11:23:02 AM »
Quote from: Iggy;828020
NO, it doesn't.

"1x Laser... 43,95 €
1. Laser Tank PCB
8,00 €Shipping
51,95 € Total"

So, when does 43,95 equal 36,32?
AND, does over 36 euros look like a bargain to you?
I don't know what site you are looking at.
On the site I am looking at it says:
(had to edit out my name in the image)
Amiga 1200 Tower Os 3.9
BPPC 603e+ 040-25/200, 256MBram, BVIsionPPC, Indivision AGA MK2.
Amiga 2000 (rev 4.0) Os 1.2/1.3
2088 bridgeboard, 2MB ram card, 2091 SCSI.
Amiga 500+ Os 2.1
Derringer 030, 32MBram, Buddha in sidecar, Indivision ECS.
Amiga CD32
Optional Video decoder for CDI movies

Commodore CDTV
Efika MorphOS
Mac mini G4 MorphOS
 

Offline F0LLETT

Re: Laser upgrade for Amiga mice.
« Reply #33 on: July 07, 2017, 11:37:55 AM »
Quote from: pyrre;828022
I don't know what site you are looking at.
On the site I am looking at it says:
(had to edit out my name in the image)


He is quite correct. €43.95 Inc TAX. So not sure what site your looking at?
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Offline F0LLETT

Re: Laser upgrade for Amiga mice.
« Reply #34 on: July 07, 2017, 11:38:46 AM »
Quote from: pyrre;828022
I don't know what site you are looking at.
On the site I am looking at it says:
(had to edit out my name in the image)


He is quite correct. €43.95 Inc TAX. So not sure what site your looking at?
Unless there are different prices for different versions?
Quote from: Hungry Horace
Resolute and Industrious Grand ruler of the yellow people and the Ultimate Amiga Empire
Ultimate Amiga Network (Home of SONY PSP Amiga Emulator and AMOS Factory)

Quote from:  He who shall not be named
"Chris is that you!!!"
My all time favorite quote.
 

Offline Iggy

Re: Laser upgrade for Amiga mice.
« Reply #35 on: July 07, 2017, 02:40:33 PM »
Quote from: F0LLETT;828024
He is quite correct. €43.95 Inc TAX. So not sure what site your looking at?
Unless there are different prices for different versions?


Thanks. I was pretty sure I used the link provided in the first post.
Not to sound biased, but I could buy a new mouse from AmigaKit and pay the shipping for that price.
The only value I can see in this board is retaining the old housing as a matter of style.
"Not making any hard and fast rules means that the moderators can use their good judgment in moderation, and we think the results speak for themselves." - Amiga.org, terms of service

"You, got to stem the evil tide, and keep it on the the inside" - Rogers Waters

"God was never on your side" - Lemmy

Amiga! "Our appeal has become more selective"
 

Offline pyrre

Re: Laser upgrade for Amiga mice.
« Reply #36 on: July 07, 2017, 06:22:24 PM »
Quote from: F0LLETT;828024
He is quite correct. %&$#?@!%&$#?@!%&$#?@!8364;43.95 Inc TAX. So not sure what site your looking at?
Unless there are different prices for different versions?
different price when logged in.... for some strange reason....

but still, the tank mouse version is well worth it... IMHO

Oh...
@ Iggy
I never claimed it being a bargain.
But i believe it is a good option and a well made option (the tank mouse)...
« Last Edit: July 07, 2017, 06:26:07 PM by pyrre »
Amiga 1200 Tower Os 3.9
BPPC 603e+ 040-25/200, 256MBram, BVIsionPPC, Indivision AGA MK2.
Amiga 2000 (rev 4.0) Os 1.2/1.3
2088 bridgeboard, 2MB ram card, 2091 SCSI.
Amiga 500+ Os 2.1
Derringer 030, 32MBram, Buddha in sidecar, Indivision ECS.
Amiga CD32
Optional Video decoder for CDI movies

Commodore CDTV
Efika MorphOS
Mac mini G4 MorphOS
 

Offline Acill

Re: Laser upgrade for Amiga mice.
« Reply #37 on: July 23, 2017, 03:48:51 PM »
Quote from: amigakit;821585
@Kronos



Let me clarify that the Classic Boing Ball mouse will work on a Classic Amiga without any adapter.  They are 1000 dpi and feature laser technology- they simply plug into your A500, A1200, A2000, A3000 or A4000 and you can start using straight away.  No drivers or adapters needed.

There is also some great software to download for to configure extra buttons and scrollwheel that they have.


Just a heads up that the driver for this causes all kinds of crazy issues when the user had a Vampire 600 or 500 installed. It will not let the right mouse button work in some applications properly. For example in DPOUS 4 when you right click on the "s" in the bottom file window to bring up all your mounted drives it does not click and instead makes the scroll bar move to the right.

Also when you open a file selector window it will let you select the volumes, but when you go into one to view contends it will start to jump all over and not let you go into the selected drawer. Example, open Text editor, select open to pick your file, Click DH0: click TEMP drawer, it shots over to ENV: or something strange like that instead. Click into the path bar and it will shoot you over to the root again, very odd.

I didnt know what was happening at first since I set this up and then started having issues on another hard drive after installing it, didnt notice this driver was the cause untill I put a new motherboard in my 2000 with vampire and then a new OS install without the drive. Things worked, reinstalled this driver last night and the issue came back. Commented out the user-startup entry for c:mx1000.driver and moved freewheel to inactive in WBstartup, reboot and problem gone.
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