Does that stuff exist? IMO the 1mm Neoprene silencers sold by some FGC sites aren’t entirely well designed. They’re thick enough that they begin impeding button movement at almost exactly actuation point. There’s a good reason why keyboard buttons and arcade stick buttons and so on actuate before they bottom out. It’s so that you can have sensitive feedback - you can actuate the button without having to hit something solid every time. For example, with the silencers I got from the FocusAttack website, I’m finding it very awkward to double tap neatly. Whereas before the feeling would be like drumming on very soft springs, now it requires hitting the switch into the hard rubber, so that you feel two hard thunks as you do a double tap. Pianoing feels awkward too, as does Akuma’s Ultra 1 and Super. Whereas all of these actions before would be done with a light grazing touch, thus avoiding hitting the bottom of the buttons, I now always hit something hard, making my fingers “bounce” back.
Could someone suggest an alternative material that goes as thin as 0.5mm, while still having desirable qualities (springiness, durability, etc.)?