I am shocked to see that there are people that right mouse click with ring finger.
I can only do that if I could use 3 real buttons on the top of the mouse.
I was actually playing like that on my old A4Tech Winbest 4D which had 3 buttons on the top, all 3 same shape/size, and inbetween them I had 2 scroll wheels.
The main reason I used my ring finger to grip the mouse instead of using it for right mouse button, is that 95% of the mice out there don't have the correct angle or the correct material on the right side of the mouse to allow you to lift the mouse by using your pinky alone. So my deciding was to never change that unless I find a mouse with correct angles/grips/shapes to allow me to comfortably lift the mouse by pinky alone. Only now I understand the stupid decision of most manufacturers to not make a comfortable right side of the mouse where you can put both your ring finger and pinky together without being forced to put one on the mousepad... Really bad for the entire future of gaming.. really.
I am drawing a single conclusion out of this thing. The people using ring finger for right click, are either the lucky owners of a mouse that allows you to lift them in air using your pinky alone for the right side of mouse, or they simply never lift off their mouse off the mousepad = means that they are not gamers, or they game with huge sensitivities. And can you imagine that more then 50% of the companies out there made mice for those people?
I checked a bit over the internet, and there are polls here and there among gamers, which state that between 80 and 90% of the gamers use the standard style, with right clicking with middle finger. However, I really don't understand why mouse companies, don't make mice that come with a rest place for both pinky and ring finger on the right side of the mouse. Or the other way around, they build mice that are either too heavy to be lifted with pinky alone, or the material is too slippery to be able to grip it with a single finger. Or I might go ahead and assume in a rude way that those companies don't know yet that most gamers removed their mouse accell, and they play with low sensitivities? I doubt it.