08-28-2009 02:06 PM
To install Logitech Control Center 3.0 on Snow Leopard (Mac OS 10.5), follow these steps:
Alternate-click the LCC Installer and select “Show Package Contents”
Navigate to Contents > Resources > Logitech Control Center.mpkg and run this file
The installer will run and then request a reboot
After the reboot, everything should work. I installed on 10.6 this morning and was able to customize my Logitech keyboard and mouse with no problems. LCC 3.0 may not be officially "supported" on 10.6, but this should get you functional.
Thanks Powerbookguy for the install tips. Still had to trick the software to get expose to work. Had to set the mouse wheel button to type F6 and then set F6 as the expose button in 10.6 preferences.
08-28-2009 03:59 PM
Thanks for the install tip for LCC 3.0.
Unfortunately my Marble Mouse (P/N: 804377-0000) still isn't recognized.
Hopefully Logitech will have a fix soon, as I'm not particularly fond of mice, even the Apple Mighty Mouse.
08-28-2009 05:03 PM
Well, at leat a partial resolution for now.
I swapped into the 64-bit kernal to check out the operation of some other applications (i.e.: Parallels 4.0) and after I switched back to 32-bit (Parallels 4 no workie in 64-bit mode), poof! LCC 3.0 was up and operating and recognized my Marble Mouse.
So now, the waiting for everybody to get their apps 64-bit compatible begins.
08-28-2009 07:19 PM
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08-29-2009 09:34 AM - edited 08-29-2009 09:35 AM
I installed SL this morning and managed to figure out how to install LCC.
In order to get Expose working you simply need to COPY (not move) the expose.app from Applications/Utilities/expose.app to Applications. So just copy it back a level. This works a treat then!
The problem that Ive had is getting the Logitech keyboard layouts to work. I can select the Input Source from the International menu in System Prefs, but I cant deselect the British (system standard) Input Source. The system keeps reverting back to the standard which means my keys arent mapped correctly. eg. cmd+2 should make a ", but instead it does @. As a programmer I need this symbols (amongst others) to work efficiently.
Due to this I have actually reinstalled Leopard using Time Machine (which was perfect and without problems)
Anybody else had this problem??