03-09-2009 04:37 PM
Can't you just link us the file directly from your FTP server until it is updated on the download page?
The current G13 software, for example, is downloaded from this address:
03-17-2009 07:11 PM
OK, this is probably not MAC specific, but I'll ask anyway might as well take advantage of a captive audience. I run up to 3 instances of wow at a time...ie 3 boxing. The specific executable is named XXX, XXX copy, and XXX copy2. Where XXX is World of Warcraft.app i think. Anyway, if i start the original the key profiler picks it up and enganges the G keys for WOW, but if I start one of the copies without having the main one running, or i close the main one but stay running on a copy, the key profiler goes back to default. I can't find a way to add the copies to a list to start the profiler.
I am sick and I hope I am making this sound right...
03-17-2009 08:05 PM
You can force the Profiler to always use a specific profile. This is helpful for multiboxing, as you are frequently switching between windows.
In the "Settings" menu, click on "Profiler". Choose the "Profile" tab and check the box for "Enable Persistent Profile". Choose your WoW profile from the dropdown box, and you'll be good to go.
03-18-2009 12:54 AM
I just got the new Mac Pro (Early 2009 edition)
Model Name:Mac Pro
Processor Name: Quad-Core Intel Xeon
Processor Speed: 2.66 GHz
The G13 seems to be functioning with it for most things; however, the Performance Meter and the Clock applications crash immediately on starting them. If I go into the LCD Manager under the Programs tab, and attempt to start either the LCD Clock or the Performance Monitor, they turn green for a moment, than immediately turn red again. I have already tried completely uninstalling and reinstalling the software. Any ideas or do I need to wait for a future release?
03-18-2009 11:58 AM - edited 03-20-2009 10:27 AM
I was running 3.01.310... then upgraded to 3.01.361. Both give the exact same result....
Update: It seems that I can get it to run now, but it does not work properly on bootup. For some reason, the performance monitor and the clock only seem to work occasionally on the startup of the LCD Manager. After boot, if I close the LCD Manager and re-open it, it occasionally will work. I'll let you know if I can find out anything else.
03-23-2009 12:02 PM
03-24-2009 10:21 AM