2856 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Nov 8, 2009 11:18 AM by Stu-art
Logitech provides a driver download for their products http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/supportdownloads/downloads/keyboard_micecombos/&cl=us,en
Personally I use a wire Logitech mouse and find the Logitech driver quite good.
Others round here have other opinions
Might be that by installing the drivers your problems go away.
Hope it helps
I downloaded the software and now I can do Alt-C for copy and all the other shortcuts.
However, my mouse scroll wheel is still weird. It's okay scrolling text online, so far anyway. But in Word it will scroll up with no problems, but when scrolling down there is a slight delay. It just feels unresponsive, and it's annoying (not good for RSI problems).
Please does anyone have any ideas?
I'll second the Steermouse recommendation. I use a wireless Logitech VX Revolution mouse and had no end of trouble with it using Logitech drivers. Logitech is notorious for the poor quality of their drivers and I also had similar problems with scrolling, not to mention clicks that went unrecognized. Once I removed the Logitech drivers altogether and installed Steermouse, the mouse has worked perfectly. Registering Steermouse costs $20 and it's worth every penny.
Thank you both for your help.
Actually, although I had to restart after installing the drivers yesterday (and nothing much had changed), today when I started, everything was much better. Scrolling in Word no longer seems to be a problem. However, I'll keep a note of your suggestions in case of any problems. But so far, so good.