01-21-2009 04:59 PM
I've got an MX400 Laser Mouse, under OS X 10.5.6 with Logitech's Device Manager 2.6.0, and I'm having issues with the scroll wheel in World of Warcraft. Whenever I use the wheel, my cursor winds up in the top right corner of the screen.
I've seen some threads on similar problems that recommended going to "Macintosh HD > Library > InputManagers" and deleting a folder called "LCC Scroll Enhancer Loader". I don't seem to even have an "InputManagers" or "LCC Scroll Enhancer Loader" folder, however. I've checked both the main Library folder, and the subfolder in my home directory just to be thorough.
(Before anyone suggests buying a third-party program, I'll state that that's not really an acceptable solution for me. I've paid a decent sum for a mouse that's supposed to be fully Mac-friendly, and I'm not about to pay anything more to make it do what it should in the first place. I just got rid of my previous mouse because I had to make awkward work-arounds to get it functioning correctly in OS X. Sorry for the rant, but it's a point of frustration for me.)
I do really like the mouse otherwise, and I don't want something so seemingly minor to resolve spoiling what's otherwise been a good first experience with Logitech.
02-01-2009 08:40 AM
I'm having the same exact issues on my Mac 10.5.6 with an LX5 Cordless Logitech mouse in World of Warcraft.
It's starting to sound like Apple has yacked up a patch again.
02-02-2009 10:14 AM - edited 02-02-2009 10:35 AM
For those of you who find your way to this post, I was experiencing the jumping cursor problem in WoW when using the scroll wheel of my MX Revolution mouse. The cursor would jump to the upper left corner of the screen. If I uninstalled LCC, then the problem would go away, but I would lose the ability to program the additional buttons.
After further research and discussions with customer support, here is a working solution to the problem that does not require removing some obscure installation directory.
Uninstall your current LCC version and install LCC 2.3.1. Please contact customer support to get LCC 2.3.1, or may download the installer from the link below, if it is still active:
After you have fininshed downloading, extract the ZIP contents and double-click on the installer.
With this version I do not experience the jumping cursor nor do I lose any functionality for my additional buttons. My system is a Power Mac G5 with Mac OS X 10.4.11. For those of you wondering about Leopard compatibility, LCC version 2.3.1 is the only version that supports Leopard, according to the link below:
Answer Title: Troubleshooting: Leopard and LCC compatibility questions
I hope this helps.
04-09-2009 09:00 AM
Has anyone been contacted by Logitech, letting them know that this issue has been/will be solved? Ridiculous...
So, just for some added info, the cursor-jumping only happens when WoW is in Fullscreen mode (I mean, how else would you play, right?). But in windowed mode, no jumping occurs.
Come on, Logitech. I've got the VX Nano. It's SUCH a great mouse! If only it was actually compatible with Macs, across the board, as it claims to be....