08-30-2009 12:49 PM - edited 08-30-2009 12:53 PM
08-30-2009 02:16 PM
There is a slightly better solution to do this hack: using sym links. In this case you don't have to duplicate your apps.
Copy this into the Terminal:
ln -s /Applications/Utilities/Expose.app /Applications/Expose.app
ln -s /Applications/Utilities/Spaces.app /Applications/Spaces.app
After Logitech releases a new Snow Leopard supported version just remove these two sym links from your /Applications directory.
09-01-2009 01:08 PM - edited 09-01-2009 01:10 PM
Thanks for the tips guys. They work pretty well for now.
Just talked to customer service rep at Logitech. He said there should be a new version of LCC within a week. I hope he's right.
09-03-2009 04:15 AM
Actually, it is control-click to access the "Show Package Contents"
follow the instructions and My Marble Mouse and Trackman Wheel both work in Snow Leopard. According to other threads, LCC 3.1 should be out in 2 weeks. But for now, I am good.
Thank you for the solution.
09-06-2009 04:37 AM - edited 09-06-2009 04:43 AM
Funny that. I still use LCC 2.6 (never bothered updating) and it has worked impeccably in Leopard and even so after I installed Snow Leopard!
That also includes my old MX Revolution preferences...
Anyway I won't update to 3.1, that's for sure!
09-09-2009 02:13 PM
got my lx8 mouse to work with expose by changing the function of the button to open an application then just linking it to applications/utilities/expose.app
seems to work ok so far!
09-11-2009 06:38 PM
The tip from PowerBookGuy worked beautifully. I now have full functionality of all buttons on my VX Nano mouse after installing Snow Leopard. Logitech should have come through with this solution and fixed the LCC file as Snow Leopard came out.
Thanks Big Guy!
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.