05-14-2010 08:08 AM
The download page seems to be broken. I wanted to upgrade the version of LCC I have installed -- (the most recent version is supposed to be 64 bit, right?)
05-15-2010 01:09 PM
Just use the Logitech FTP Server, there you can download any given version of LCC should the need arise.
If you lack a FTP client for Mac, download one, either free or shareware. I swear by Panic's Transmit which is not free, albeit I guess if you have a rather speedy internet connection you might download it before the trial session ends, +- six minutes.
Cyberduck is a good free FTP client alternative.
Use these settings when creating a new favorite (that's going to be the Logitech Server).
The LCC 3.2 version has to be 64bit as I don't have to close and reopen System Preferences in order to get access to it. Works fine for me under Snow Leopard as well (diNovo Keyboard Mac Edition & MX Revolution mouse).
- My sincerest apologies as I was not able to include the image within the post -
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06-01-2010 06:26 PM - edited 06-01-2010 06:29 PM
Wow. Half a month later and the download page isn't fixed.
Is Logitech closing up shop?
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