Can anyone tell me if the Logitech MX Revolution Mouse and its 231 Icc control Centre software work with Leopard. I just bought one and I was thinking of installing it but I thought I would ask first if anyone has tried it yet and if it works OK.
I haven't tried it (and don't plan to) but I have the same mouse and highly recommend using Steermouse to map your buttons. Every button is configurable with Steermouse (as opposed to LCC, where the mousewheel/middle-click button is not) on a global or per-app basis, and it works really well.Can anyone tell me if the Logitech MX Revolution Mouse and its 231 Icc control Centre software work with Leopard. I just bought one and I was thinking of installing it but I thought I would ask first if anyone has tried it yet and if it works OK.
I agree...Same here. I gave up on LCC a while back and started using Steer Mouse instead (which has been updated for Leopard).
I had a similar issue with my vx under tiger.My MX Revolution will not work after waking the computer up from sleep. I'm forced to hold in the power button to turn off my iMac and then restart to regain function. I'm not sure why this is happening. It must be a USB incompatibility. ???
Ditto. Newest logitech works great. Installed after Archive/Install. Doesn't justify paying for steermouse. Actually, both Expose and Spaces now support mouse button configurations within those apps, so you might not need LCC or SteerMouse if you only want to tie those buttons to Spaces/Expose.I've had crashes before LCC 2.3.1 but with 2.3.1 I haven't had a single problem yet and all the buttons are completely assignable (VX at least).
No problems on Leopard either. I've had to reinstall LCC after Archive&Install method, though.
I'm jealous...I guess you are one of the lucky ones...VX revolution works fine with my powerbook and leopard.
Unlike everyone else here, I've never had problems with LCC. Steermouse needs to be registered which is annoying.