11-28-2011 07:21 PM
I got it working and would like to share.
For whatever reason the automatic program detection feature doesn't work worth a **bleep**.
Under the tab "Profile Manager" I selected "Disable automatic switching and use the profile stored in the mouse's onboard memory".
Then I burned the profile named "Battlefield 3" and all of the custom keystrokes work.
FYI, I didn't change the keyboard unless I didn't like the original setup, then I matched the mouse to the KB using Setpoint.
04-13-2012 03:50 AM
Hi everyone. I too was having the detection issue with BF3. It seems to be how the game launches from your web browser, so I decided to fix the issue.
The above link will download a really simple executable that simply launches the game via command prompt. This dos prompt then waits for a key to be pressed. Therefore, if you add this .exe to the Battlefield 3 Logitech Profile - BINGO - working program detection.
To explain what the exe contains;
If you do not want to download the exe. Create a Batch file and add the above code (between the square brackets). Save it as ***filename***.bat. Then use a BAT-EXE converter. Once it is an executable, simply add the exe to the logitech bf3 profile and everything will work perfectly. All you need to do is place the file where you like (Start Menu, Desktop, etc) then use it as you would a program shortcut. Once you have finished playing battlefield, simply press any key to close the script and the logitech profile should switch back to "normal" mode.