Logitech LS1 mouse

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Joemero, Aug 28, 2009.

  1. Joemero macrumors regular

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    Whats the deal? I've gone thru 2 corded USB mice on my MBP and both do not track correctly regardless of how I adjust the tracking speed. Is that common with Logitech corded mice? They work fine on my PC laptop. There just seems to be a slight lag. Also, where do you leave the apple mouse preferences tracking speed at when adjusting the Logitech driver tracking speed? In the middle?
     
  2. screensaver400 macrumors 6502a

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    Do you have to use the logitech drivers? I never have, and I've never had any problems.
     
  3. Joemero thread starter macrumors regular

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    You think that's the issue? I've been reading some threads and there seems to be an acceleration issue with Mac OS X where the mouse tracking is slow and not as silky smooth as a PC. Since this is the first time I try a mouse on my MBP, and I'm coming from using a PC, perhaps I notice it more?

    Also, I've noticed many mac users install the Logitech drivers especially those with MX Revolution mice, so I doubt that's the issue.
     
  4. Joemero thread starter macrumors regular

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    This mouse issue is driving me crazy, I called Apple support and they're like, just mess with the Apple mouse settings and Logitech mouse settings until you get it right.

    Anyway, I decided to download Steermouse from Apple's site, so now I have 3 applications to adjust tracking etc. My question is, should I uninstall the Logitech driver? What's the best way to go about using Steermouse to get the tracking and cursor sensitivity at it's best?
     
  5. Angelo95210 macrumors 6502a

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    I have just bought one and it's working pretty nicely with Leopard. I haven't installed any software...
     

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