BLF A6 click pressure sensitivity mistake

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Hank33
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BLF A6 click pressure sensitivity mistake

 

I spent 2 days trrying to get use to the click pressure for the different modes. At first it seemed kinda hard so I would practice like when driving or walking or sitting. Most of the time my half presses were unsuccessful. It seemed the button pressure sensitivity was too sensitive. Well I found out that you just have to Tap like on your iPhone. Now I'm  a pro! I think Manker should use words like "Tap" in their manuals. Anyways if others find the clicking for modes tough, just try tapping then you'll be a pro like me.

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yes it is really a tap.
I like it, it is very fast when you get used to it.
I didn;t have that problem, i noticed right away that a tap did things.

wle

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