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JMF Level 3 Level 3

Lion does not appear to remember/save my mouse tracking speed setting. I set it to a faster speed but it reverts every time I restart. Is there a .plist file somewhere that I can delete to maybe fix this? Anyone else experience this? Thanks.


MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7), 13" 2.7 i7 8 GB RAM 1 TB HD
Reply by jlw2387 on Aug 6, 2011 6:24 AM Helpful

I'm getting that too. Do you use Magic Prefs or Mouse Acceleration preferances pane addons? I wonder if its related to that.

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  • jlw2387 Level 1 Level 1

    I'm getting that too. Do you use Magic Prefs or Mouse Acceleration preferances pane addons? I wonder if its related to that.

  • JMF Level 3 Level 3

    I think you're right. I have MagicPrefs installed because I use the Magic Mouse when I travel. Uninstalling MagicPrefs seems to have fixed it so far as I can tell. I hate to lose MP, though. Oh, well, I guess. Thanks for the tip.

  • joaomalveiro Level 1 Level 1

    i'm having the same problem with my razer death adder

  • mookd0g Level 1 Level 1

    Im using Razer Death Adder also on my iMac27"

    Since i upgraded to OSX Lion... im having the same problem as well..

    Everytime i turn on my computer... it resets to the lowest speed..

    I have to re-adjust my mouse speed setting....

     

    oh also... if i change the speed as soon as OSX is booted, and open up an application afterworth.. like firefox or WoW..

    it resets again!!

     

    So now i have to open up an application first and then change the mouse speed setting... so i dont have to change the setting twice......

     

    this is stupid...

     

    seems like no promise of driver or firmware update from both apple nor Razer....

     

    anyone have solution to this?

     

    btw i do not use Magic Prefs

  • Nick_de_K Level 1 Level 1

    Got the same problem with a Razer Death Adder.

     

    Some extra info; also happens when you disconnect your mouse for some time (like when using a KVM switch).

     

    Maybe a workaround for the Death Adder; open up the application that came with the mouse and change the acceleration there. Best guess is that Apple doesn't do anything with those settings.

  • Michael Botkin Level 1 Level 1

    Same issue with my Death Adder, tried cranking everything to the max in the Razer driver, still too slow for me and that moves the OSX setting to the lowest again.

  • Rafael Masoni Level 1 Level 1

    Same problem with my Death Adder. I wonder if it has something to do with the Razer configuration app, but I have yet to test uninstalling that.

  • Chris Ainsworth Level 1 Level 1

    I'm also experiencing the same issue, and with a Razer Death Adder as well.

  • intellix Level 1 Level 1

    Getting this with my Razer Deathadder. In the deathadder control panel the settings are maxed because of how slow it is otherwise.

     

    Taking out my mouse sets tracking speed to 1 and when I put it back in I have to set it back to 5

  • Silvine Level 1 Level 1

    I've the same issue. Anyone found a workaround yet?

  • Nick_de_K Level 1 Level 1

    What I did orginaly was change the settings in the Razer Deathadder application to correct the speed. When you let the default speed normal in OSx and change the speeds in the Deathadder app everything should be working fine.

     

    Isn't this fixed with a update already?

  • Silvine Level 1 Level 1

    This seems to have done the trick.

  • intellix Level 1 Level 1

    Would just like to confirm that Nick_de_K's 'solution' does not work. Yeah it may be EXTREMELY slow if you have the Mouse speed set to 1 in the Razer Deathadder controller panel... but I'm talking about having that set to maximum, having the DPI setting to maximum and that still isn't fast enough. I then set the Mac mouse settings to about 4/10 to get a little bit more juice but every plug in/out forgets that setting.

  • cbronze Level 1 Level 1

    same issue here.

    tried several workarounds, with com.apple.mouse.scaling plist, uninstalling/installing drivers and nothing works

    Nick_de_K solution does not work for me either, i have the DeathAdder set to maximum and the preferences pane keeps resetting.

     

    One thing ive noticed, setting the speed thtough com.apple.mouse.scaling, as soon as it boots, my speed is normal, but it changes back to slow after the boot is complete.

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