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I brought these button stickers to cover my faded, worn-down arrows, heat button, on button etc. This is the only kind I have experience with but these were nice and thick. The back has serrations (think of wrigleys gum) to help it contour, which I guess the other cheaper ones don’t. On mine I used a sharpie and colored all but the middle to try and help against light bleed. It looks good at night too. I used tweezers and foam window cleaners. I first got the tweezers a little moist with the foam. Used it to pry off the sticker. Then just dredged the sticker across the foam hanging on the nozzle of the can. It didn’t take much. This let me put the sticker on and slide it into the perfect position. These are a nice quick fix.
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Haven't seen anyone talking about those stickers for 4 or 5 years now.

But your pic reminded me how I'd love to have those real DIC buttons they put in the Gen 1.0's, instead of the crappy capacitance buttons in the Gen 1.5"s.

Classic example of "Just because you CAN doesn't mean you SHOULD!"
 
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