08-08-2010 05:52 AM - edited 08-08-2010 07:03 AM
Hello, I've got a G9 and the profile manager is not recognizing starcraft 2 for switching profile. It is working fine for other applications or games. Any idea ?
edit : on win7 x64…
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08-09-2010 03:00 PM
I don't have SCII yet, but chances are, it runs as one of the games where there's a shell .exe and an engine .exe, which is what the sc2.exe application is. If you have the app detection running with the shell, the settings will disappear in gameplay, but if you set it to the engine, it should work OK.
08-12-2010 10:16 PM
That's what I'm talking about. Search for SC2 thanks. I clicked it.
To many Logitech products? No way:
Anywhere Mouse MX, MX Revolution, MX 5500 Revolution Mouse, Cordless Keyboard for Wii, X-540, G15 Keyboard, G9 Mouse, G13 Advanced Gameboard, G930 Headset, Rumble Gamepad F510, G700 Mouse.
Cordless Action™ for PlayStation®2, Cordless Desktop® LX 700, diNovo™ Media Desktop® Laser, MX Revolution Cordless Desktop Keyboard®, VX Revolution™.
I plan to get: G19 if the G15v2 fails and nothing else until I move
Wish they made a non bluetooth or non IR remote control for the computer so I can stop using my wiimotes.
09-01-2010 10:55 AM
Games can either run as a single .exe, OR they can have a launcher-ish .exe and a .exe that is the actual game itself. Basically depends on how the game developers want to handle it.
You'll also see launcher .exes with games that have a seperate single player .exe and a multiplayer .exe.
09-06-2010 03:42 AM
I checked starcraft 2 a bit deeper now and the actual EXE that starts the game is in fact a launcher. There is however no other EXE for SC2 so this has to be fixed by logitech me thinks.
Im also awaiting for SC2 to work with SetPoint for my G500.