10-18-2009 06:49 AM
You can switch to 32 Bit-Mode, until a fix is available.
Not quite. If a mouse driver is able to mess up the browser tabs, who knows what else can destroy. I downgraded to 2.60. Doing so I even get the pop up message telling me when the mouse connects/disconnects.
10-26-2009 03:48 PM
This is getting silly, is there any word when this LCC software will be updated to resolve this issue?
I think this will be my last logitech mouse I purchase for my Mac now.
10-27-2009 06:21 PM
Just sent in a message about the issue to Logitech, which is what everyone here should do, at least. I directed them back to this forum post as well.
I am very disappointed in their product support. For a major release like Snow Leopard or Windows 7, shouldn't they be on top of these sorts of issues with updates to software being their number one priority? Yet here we wait, almost two months later, with nothing at all from them.
10-28-2009 12:00 AM
Especially as they announce announce in many places that this is the Snow Leopard supported version.
I'm really on the verge of throwing my MX Air mouse off on a shelf, and just going out and buying a new mouse. Perhaps the new shiny Magic Mouse.
11-09-2009 05:42 PM
Use 1password 3, Safari 4, and Logitech drivers? Safari tabs look strange? remove "/Library/ScriptingAddons/LCC Scroll Enhancer Loader.osax"
Thanks so much! It works! Tested it out and the look of my tabs are back to normal!
It doesn't seem to disable any significant features of LCC, as far as I can tell. This works for me until the horrible people at Logitech decide to update this huge flaw. Finally some clever person figured this out at 1password.
11-09-2009 09:38 PM
Yep - wrote into Logitech support and was told to call the Mac specific line instead…never got around to it, but glad to see it was a < 5 second fix.
Back to normal for me as well! Thanks!
11-10-2009 03:38 AM
Glad for the fix, but I must say it's sad when the fix is such a small simple thing, and when users have to find the solution on their own on a supposedly supported version.
11-10-2009 04:18 AM
Yes, it works indeed. Now if anyone can explain how in hell an empty directory should affect the Safari tabs I'd be very grateful. Just crazy. I spent 3 days trying to fix this problem weeks ago.