12-03-2008 03:08 PM
Ok, so Logitech really keeps dropping the ball. If you can create profiles for your keyboard (in my case the G15 Gaming Keyboard), why not allow us to save mouse profiles. I know of so many guys that use custom setups and yet so many games won't let you use the mouse for functions other than firing and aiming and switching weapons with the mouse wheel. I need to be able to change the buttons and save them as a profile.
LOGITECH!!! Listen up, guys. Wouldn't it be a smart idea to use actual hardcore gamers to test your products? You leave out some of the easiest, yet MOST important features that truly appeal to real gamers. I've got the G5 mouse, its pretty good, but a few simple changes and it would be a substantial increase in performance. You're so close... but you can't see the trees from the forest. It's time to raise the bar and claim the title as being the true gamers equipment supplier. Feel free to contact me, I can help clear up the few things that you're lacking. Seriously.
[Just as an example of where you guys are falling short, take this website for instance. Logitech isn't even in the spell check dictionary on your OWN forums... get the idea...]
(Your Future Director of Gaming Devices)
12-05-2008 12:10 AM
Its not exactly profile saving, but by adding the game to the Select Program menu (via the 'Manage Programs' button), it is possible to program the buttons to perform different functions in different games without affecting functionality in other applications.