Razer Naga Trinity Help - Can't Accurately Click on Small Things

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by princejaytham, Nov 13, 2021.

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  1. princejaytham

    princejaytham New Member

    I have tried messing with every setting under the sun, and I even turned off precision clicking in windows setting. Something about the mouse just "sticks" and jumps when I try to hone in and click on a small thing. For example, the x of an Internet tab. It is just impossible to get the mouse to stay hovered over such a small area. I feel like I have to physically use my wrist and fingers to drag and hold it in place then adjust as the cursor jumps all around the small area without accurately just landing on it. This is very frustrating and it's starting to become painful for my wrist too. I'm at my wit's end. Is this just not the mouse for me? I'm getting carpal tunnel every time I try to just click on something. Makes it impossible to play some games, and even my everyday work tasks are becoming a chore.
     
  2. Razer.Speedcr0ss

    Razer.Speedcr0ss Speed Hunter Staff Member

    Yikes. That's odd. Does the issue happen regardless of what level of DPI level you've selected? Have you replicated the issue by gliding/hovering the mouse to different surfaces aside from your mouse mat? Try it on a cardboard, book, a sheet of paper, glass, or concrete (if feasible). Try cleaning the lens by using a Q-tip and lightly coat it with an alcohol-based solution to clean the sensor. Let it dry for at least five minutes before using the mouse again. I’ll be locking this thread now. Feel free to send me a PM anytime or visit our self-help options should you have other questions or concerns.
     
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