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Laser mouse Logitech MX1000- setting buttons for AC10???

Anonymous
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Hello, have you someone Logitech MX1000? Do you know how to program its buttons for some instruction in AC10? Thank you
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Anonymous
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lukask wrote:
Hello, have you someone Logitech MX1000? Do you know how to program its buttons for some instruction in AC10? Thank you
Not sure exactly what options you have in your driver, i have a mx200. If you have the options try putting the middle button settings to universal scroll and/or to ms office compatible.

Anonymous
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Nik:

I had the same keyboard and had to return it, as I recall, for much the same reason.

I'm on Mac and use a great shareware utility called USB Overdrive. It allows you to program just about any combination of commands you want. Works with other Logitech mice, but not the wireless.

FWIW, if the weight of the batteries bothers you ( it did me) you can use a single lithium battery instead of two regular batteries. The lithium weighs a lot less and the mouse works fine with just one.

Don Lee



Don lee

Stuart Atkinson
Participant
Tried the Logitech MX1000 and could not get the settings right.
Could not get the scroll wheel to do the pan/zoom function correctly, even when setting it to the scroll setting my old Microsoft (blahh) mouse had. In the end i had to bin it (so to speak) as it was holding up production. A great shame as i am a fan of Logitech product and usually find their stuff to be excellent.
Back to the old mouse for now.

Wokka
Newcomer
Having exackly the same problems with the LX 710 - scroll zoom etc on middle button. Bugger, looks like back to Microsoft!
Warwick Lloyd-Martin
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__archiben
Newcomer
if you're on a mac uninstall any driver that you have installed specific to that mouse.

if you're on a PC, read through this?

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Pete
Newcomer
Same problems for me using Logitech cordless desktop MX 3000.

Any recommendations for replacement?
Pete Read
ArchiCAD 12; Artlantis Studio 2
MacBook Pro 2.4 Core2Duo, 2GB, OSX(10.5) and XPpro(SP3)

andyro
Booster
Don wrote:
I'm on Mac and use a great shareware utility called USB Overdrive
http://www.usboverdrive.com/USBOverdrive/News.html

Has been a reliable old friend to every mouse of mine. I have had many bad experiences with native drivers all having wonky settings that often don't work. OSB-OD always works. I'm currently using a wireless 'revolution' or some such thing. The Darth Vader of mice.
Andy Thomson
Andy Thomson | Architect
Research site
Company site

AC24 / Twinmotion / iMacPro

Anonymous
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Don: I installed the utility but can't figure out how to set it to pan. There is no "pan" in the menu list. Can you tell me what settings you used. It will keep me from experimenting with every possible configuration.

thanks!

Rod Jurich
Contributor
siteline wrote:
/...There is no "pan" in the menu list./...
Select a button and set it to "Middle Click" to enable the Pan function.
See also.
Rod Jurich
AC4.55 - AC14 INT (4204) |  | OBJECTiVE |

andyro
Booster
see here:
Andy Thomson
Andy Thomson | Architect
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AC24 / Twinmotion / iMacPro

Anonymous
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Tried what you have suggested. Still can't get it to work...

Any thought?

Anonymous
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I use a logitech mx1000
logitech setpoint software can be a little limited, the uberOption mod adds a heap more features. Only works for Windows as far as I am aware.
But allows you to set button controls to certain applications. You can bind pretty much any archicad command to any button, etc
http://www.mstarmetro.net/~rlowens/

Anonymous
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example mouse 3 --> right set to Ctrl+Alt+z - redo

andyro
Booster
The setpoint software/driver is a disaster on a Mac. It even causes kernel panic and random shutdowns. One of the reasons we are discussing USB OD here, just FYI.
Andy Thomson
Andy Thomson | Architect
Research site
Company site

AC24 / Twinmotion / iMacPro

Anonymous
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andyro wrote:
The setpoint software/driver is a disaster on a Mac. It even causes kernel panic and random shutdowns. One of the reasons we are discussing USB OD here, just FYI.
I have never found Logitech to be particularly Mac-friendly.

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