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Advantages: Easy to use and install in a single click. Properly written drivers for both that are 10.7.2 compatible would help as well. http://plentycom.jp/en/steermouse/index.html share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Blow up tre1, Nov 7, 2009 Blow up tre1 macrumors member Joined: Nov 7, 2009 Location: Using SteerMouse or USB Overdrive with Gaming Mice Almost all of the modern gaming mice have the ability to change sensitivity "on-the-fly", which, without a doubt, is essential for getting headshots navigate here

Our Crew | About Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use لم يتم تمكين جافا سكريبت في المتصفح، لذا لا يمكن فتح الملف. عليك تمكينها وإعادة التحميل.تسجيل Unfortunately, mice with 4-way scrolling and multiple extra buttons are amazingly rare (and that's not a Mac issue). SteerMouse Settings Download SteerMouse Open "SteerMouse" via "System Settings" or "Spotlight". 1. Once fixed, I understand that the mouse is fine on Mac. (But I was not going to ask any of my Windows friends to install some Logitech system software just to http://support.logitech.com/en_us/product/g5-laser-mouse

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If you have, than you and I might have experienced the same thing. Personally I use SteerMouse to attach keyboard combos to mouse buttons, the only downside is that it costs $20 (I think)... share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Catfish Jones, Aug 24, 2006 Catfish Jones macrumors member Joined: Sep 22, 2005 #10 You should be able

But would the mouse itself, in its basic form still work? This bug has been patched, but you need the Windows-only control center in order to install the patch! This bug has been patched, but you need the Windows-only control center in order to install the patch! Logitech Control Center Sierra I'd highly recommend installing both and try them out with your mouse - one at a time of course.

OS X (and many games) can program mouse buttons sufficiently without needing any drivers. Logitech Unifying Software Mac Os Sierra One more function than the MX, even. I need ultra smooth and sharp precision because I use my mouse primarily to do graphics and illustration, I also game from time to time, so it definitely helps out in Do the side to side buttons work in OS X?

But while the mice works i can adjust tracking speed and stuff. Logitech Mouse Mac Just give me left-click, right-click, and Expos buttons. You will not be required any special knowledge to be able to install it. Disadvantage: Not compatible with other mice technology.

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share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply typecase, Aug 17, 2006 typecase macrumors regular Joined: Feb 2, 2005 #5 I'm thinking of picking on of LIFESTYLE SOFTWARE SCIENCE Pages THE CREW ABOUT US NEWS TIPS IN THE NEWS WORK AT TECHNOBUFFALO ADVERTISE WITH US TrendingNintendo SwitchiPhone 8Xbox One XTesla Model 3LG V30 How to Setup a Logitech Control Center Mac It had to be Logitech. (And high-DPI GAMING mice with 4-way scrolling and extra buttons? Logitech Unifying Software Windows Increase sensitivity - I'd start with 100.

steermouse or usb overdrive (not tried new usboverdrive yet though) Bought a G5 a while ago and is working well otherwise. check over here Back to top #2 teflon teflon Bastard of the Popeye Analogy Members 9589 posts Location:London, UK Posted 26 February 2009 - 07:28 PM LCC sucks completely and utterly, Im afraid. SteerMouse has a limited trail period (I believe for about 1 month), and USB Overdrive has that incredibly annoying 10 second count-down window any time you open the application (as seen Is SteerMouse or USB Overdrive Worth it? Logitech Control Center Not Detecting Mouse Mac

The onboard LCD wouldn't work, nor would the G keys but I just love the feel of the board. But so far, the mouse is working well, left and right click work without a hitch, scroll wheel works as well. Personally, after one week of using SteerMouse, I purchased a license via PayPal. his comment is here Stay logged in Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion

And in Quake Wars I use them all! Logitech Options Mac It still saddens me that Apple doesn't have proper native support for high DPI mice, and the lack of Mac OS support from the companies themselves makes matters even worse. Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by FragTek, May 31, 2006.

I connect my logitech g5 mice to mac it works fine like 5-15min, after that stops working...

Help? Help? Both may be vying for position on the input lineup or drawing power from the USB bus weakening the signal of the bus. Logitech G5 Specs I have tried to switch to different usb ports, but always the same.

If you're fortunate enough to have purchased a mouse with Mac friendly drivers, then you get even more versatility for sensitivity tweaking. Let us know a. as for trying to get LCC working, if he already has the latest version, you might want to try and track down older versions of the software which may or may weblink At the end of the day, gamers, especially serious ones, need the best stuff and the best stuff rarely comes cheap. # Apple # dpi # drivers # Gaming # Logitech

share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Log in Your guildmate may be OK, since he may have already patched the mouse's firmware while on the Windows machine. where to move my mouse. Advertise on MacRumors Our Staff Arnold Kim Editorial Director Email • Twitter Eric Slivka Editor in Chief Email • Twitter Juli Clover Editor Email • Twitter Joe Rossignol Editor Email •

Click on "Cursor". 2. Thx in advance for any replies. To add insult to injury, some of the companies who manufacture these mice are, to put it politely, rather lacking in terms of support drivers for Mac OS. Click on "Settings" (it should be automatically selected). 2.

If so, would the right mouse button work in OS X?