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Discussion in 'Mac OS X Lion (10.7)' started by makdeniss, Jul 9, 2011.
Does anybody know when will we receive correct drivers for lion for our logitech devices?
Logitech diNovo Keyboard works fine under Lion
I would say whenever Logitech decides to release them and I too was disappointed when I found the drivers do not work with it, I can't live without my extra mouse buttons so is a major hindrance to upgrading.
I would like to know this too. My Performance MX doesn't work properly under Lion as you cannot assign the buttons properly because Expose, Dashboard and Spaces has been merged into Mission Control. Might just go back to SL.
Do you mean the driver actually found the mouse but you could not use? Because on my install it tells me that there is no device present for the driver to work with.
What mouse and drivers? I'm using Logitech Control Centre v3.3.0
I hate the Logitech drivers, they've always given me trouble. I just use USB Overdrive instead...
VX Revolution same driver as you. So do you actually see mouse with it in the Preference Pane?
Yup. I just can't configure the thumb button on my PMX to invoke Mission Control. Have you tried reinstalling?
No never tried to re-install and now I have taken that drive to use for storage so I have no way to test anymore I guess I'll wait till I see reports of success/upgraded driver..
Have you tried making it bind to a keyboard press's instead? I don't have lion so can't try. But wouldn't binding the mouse button to F9 or what ever F key invokes mission control do the trick?
Just set the button to open a application and then select "Mission Control." That fixes everything.
Ahhh. Thanks guys, never thought of that. The keystroke didn't work but the application opening did work.
Volume buttons don't work also
So is there any way to solve this, or do we have to wait until Logitech releases updated drivers?
I don't have a Logitech keyboard so I'm unsure. Can you not rebind the volume buttons in LCC?
Wasn't Logitech late to one of these parties before? It seems you'll have to wait for them, which sucks.
Logitech released a new set of drivers on 20/07/2011 so everything is fine now.
That would assume they even support your mouse/keyboard as I recently found out when I bought new mouse only for it not to work with them and was told by their support it would never would, idiots can't be bothered to add new devices support to it so in future I can't even be bothered buying their products seems only fair to me...