The Razer Naga 2.0 drivers are live and this update is huge. We have added full button remapping functionality, which basically allows you to configure all 17 buttons to do anything without the help of ingame AddOns. While we still encourage the use of our AddOns, as they bring a more intuitive game interface to these games, the full remapping capability allows you to individualize your Naga to the highest extent. With multiple profiles for different settings (WoW vs. Windows vs. Photoshop, for example), there are no limits to what you can use the Naga for. Additionally we do have full macro capability as well (including delays between commands and such). This does however violate the terms of some MMO-Providers and should be used carefully in these applications.
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Here is a quick FAQ:
Q: Which features are available in the Razer Naga Drivers?
A: From key remapping over profiles to macro functionality for all 17 buttons, all the standard features of our gaming mice are available for the Razer Naga.
Q: Can I use the Razer Naga with Photoshop?
A: Yes, the drivers allow full remapping of keys in any application.
Q: I usually use Macros in a lot of games I play. Can I do that with the Razer Naga?
A: Yes, it is possible to use Macros with the Razer Naga. However as 3rd Party Software the use of these violate the terms of service of some applications games. Razer recommends to check the ToS of your game before you use Macros to avoid any such conflicts.
Q: I’m already using the Razer Naga AddOn for WoW. Should I make use of the remapping and macro functionality?
A: When using the Razer Naga AddOn, we recommend to not use remapping of buttons and use the default. The AddOn works with the default keysetting to 123 / Num and doesn’t need any remapping.
Q: I cannot change or configure the side buttons on my mouse while I am using it on my Mac
A. The Mac Drivers can adjust the DPI settings, Acceleration, Polling Rate and Light settings. The current Mac driver does not have the ability to remap the Naga buttons. We are currently working on an updated Mac Driver that supports this feature. Stay tuned to www.razersupport.com for any updates on the release of these drivers.