Logitech with OS X?

Attila

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Still noone with tranparent windows?

Anyways... I've got this Logitech Mouseman Wheel.
I think it rocks - 4 buttons; two normal, one udner the scroll wheel and one at the thumb. Very useful under OS 9, but does anyone know any drivers for it under OS X since only the two standard butons and the wheel work.....

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uoba

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...and the only company with OSX drivers for their mice are Kensington. So I got their equivalent mouse of the same specs.

All the others (Logitech, Microsoft) didn't even mention OSX on their mouse pages.:confused:
 

Attila

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Originally posted by uoba
...and the only company with OSX drivers for their mice are Kensington. So I got their equivalent mouse of the same specs.

All the others (Logitech, Microsoft) didn't even mention OSX on their mouse pages.:confused:
:mad:
Well, that sucks really bad! Iäve had this mouse for a year, and really want to continue with it until it dies!

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Is there any app like USB Overdrive for X?
I've also got this Microsoft joystick that doesn't work under X.
Still no idea of even tryin to play good games under X (although the little I tried wasn't good enough - way to slow

Think Adrian.
 

Peter Parker

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Originally posted by uoba
All the others (Logitech, Microsoft) didn't even mention OSX on their mouse pages.:confused:
thats because they don't need specific drivers. Apple has already built in a default mouse driver that will be recognized for most mice. Though I suppose it might be nice to customize what button does what, but I don't know why I'd change them.

I use a logitech optical wheel, all it's buttons work as expected. Left click, right click, scroll, click scroll, etc..

Have you tried using your mouse in X?
 

Attila

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The left, right and scroll work, but click-scroll? What's that?:rolleyes:
But the MousemanWheel has a forth button too, isn't used for anything!
 
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