01-09-2010 12:31 PM
Let me just start off by saying that the software for Mac computers is a joke. It's buggy, slow, and had an incredibly less number of features as Windows.
The software I'm specifically speaking of is the G-series Key Profiler. It hasn't been updated in almost a year and is STILL in beta. Shouldn't software generally be in beta stages BEFORE hardware is released for Mac, specifically ones that claim to support World of Warcraft out of the box, which the G13 did not when it was first released.
It was months, maybe even years before G-series keyboard had any LCD Support for World of Warcraft.
About the bugs. My G-series Key Profiles is constantly hogging CPU cycles when not in use. I'm always having problems with my mouse drivers completely freezing up at random times, and generally using a large number if resources. This really is terrible and it needs to change.
01-13-2010 06:02 AM
Is there any way to get the G110 to be recognised in the LCC?
LCC sees my MX Revolution Mouse fine, but it cannot see the keyboard, and I have to basically change the buttons in the keyboard settings as if it were a microsoft keyboard. The LCC worked fine with the old Logitech wireless keyboard I had a while back, any reason it does not work with the G110?
01-13-2010 10:40 AM - edited 01-13-2010 01:57 PM
JMP -I'm normally not supposed to share development cycles, so I actually could get in trouble for this, but I'll let you in on something: We here at Logitech were tired of releasing a PC version, then playing catchup with the Mac version. It did no one justice. Future Mac software for the G-Series keyboards will be developed in parallel with the PC versions
ferg - The G110 will not funciton with LCC. What version of G-Series Keyboard Software do you have installed?
01-16-2010 08:47 AM - edited 01-16-2010 08:47 AM
I have the issue where the LCD screen does not work with the G110 keyboard on my Mac? Is there a setting I am missing somewhere? Thanks!
01-16-2010 11:14 AM
Thanks Charles, I look forward to new versions.
I currently have the 3.02.144 of the G-Series Key Profiler, but it just does not seem to be as comprehensive as the LCC. Sure I can set the G keys, but that is it, with the LCC I was able to customize the media buttons, and any extra buttons on the board with my older Logitech multimedia keyboard.
It would be nice to see the software back in the System Prefs for easy access too. And if it is not too much to ask, somehow automatically recognizing it is connected to a MAc and sorting out the command and option keys.
I am very happy with the hardware, and my new Performance MX mouse(although I wish the cord charger made it as if it was a corded mouse like the Razer, and I miss the auto smooth scroll from my MX Rev, but hopefully this one will not break like the Rev.)
Thanks for popping in and answering our questions, I look forward to great things!
08-03-2012 10:28 AM
Seems so. Nothing from Logitech in two years. No one would even indicate this software will run on Mountain Lion. If you ask a question about running this on a Mac there is a deafening silence from Logitech.
08-08-2012 12:26 PM
Yeah it is pretty lame. Getting sick of kernel panic force quitting the LCD manager, which is a 32 bit pref pane that doesnt even work half the time. I really wish a 3rd party would just make an independent driver that could harness the LCD.
Then Logitech would either compete or buy them and we'd have our support back.
z906's (z5500 Control pod Died...), G510, G13, G700 & Performance MX Mouse