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Old Nov 24, 2012, 08:51 PM   #1
jets115
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Razer Synapse + Mountain Lion

Has anyone been able to get the Razer Synapse software to work at least partially with Mountain Lion? ( I have a naga and a black widow ult)

I had it installed on Lion before I upgraded, and all the profiles still seem to be there, and they load when the computer starts. But, I cannot open the control panel.

The razer software doesn't exist in my application folder, or my system settings (Other)

Curious if anyone has had any luck with this working, and/or a workaround until razer decides to update their software.

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Old Nov 25, 2012, 02:27 AM   #2
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Working fine for me.

I bought a Naga Epic the other day. Drivers working fine - I am a little be overwhelmed with all the options but I can configure everything.
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