Users Reporting 'Wrecked Scrolling' on Logitech Mice After macOS Sierra Update [Updated]


macrumors 68000
Mar 17, 2007
Its fixed for me :cool:
Logitech Control Centre still doesn't see the mouse however, but I don't much care about that anyway. Mac OS seems to take care of it fine regardless.
Spend four bucks if you have extra buttons you want to use on it for the BetterTouchTool works great with mine(MX Performance Mouse) better than the LCC ever did.


macrumors newbie
Nov 14, 2016
Can anyone report if scrolling was fixed with 10.12.2 released today?
Without LCC installed, Smooth Scrolling is fixed on 10.12.2.

Since I prefer my specific LCC settings for scrolling (1/2 tick for speed, 1 tick for acceleration), I tried installing LCC (v3.9.5) again. After installation (and reboot), Smooth Scrolling works great, but highlighting text+scrolling (to highlight) still loses focus on the selected text.

(Reminder: to uninstall LCC, go to Finder's "Go" menu -> Utilities -> LCC Uninstaller)

After uninstalling LCC again, I confirmed that scrolling+highlighting works fine.
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macrumors regular
Jan 13, 2008
Yay, fixed for me too. Scrolling works again with my Logitech mouse, no 3rd-party mouse software installed.


macrumors newbie
Aug 1, 2009
Montreal, QC
10.12.2 did not fix my problem. Scrolling seems smooth enough, but I still have the unbearable lag when I grab something with the mouse button and use the trackpad to move it. (That's how I work; the mouse is only for the buttons and scrollwheel -- left hand -- and the trackpad is for moving around on the screen -- right hand. It's an edge case, but it works for me and I find it the most efficient way I've ever worked. Two-handed like that is very "minority report" and it saves my wrists.)