02-05-2010 11:58 PM
Seems like the problem is well known for 5 months now but logitech can't find anything against it.
The workaround doesn't work here (Performance MX, LCC 3.10, Snow Leopard)
02-06-2010 11:39 AM
Same issue here (10.6.3 on iMac 27", with Performance MX and LCC 3.1)
The workaround doesn't work either...
I manage to reduce the symptoms by NOT changing the default mapping of the buttons, but that kinda ruin the point of installing the driver in the first place...
02-08-2010 06:05 PM
I'm having a similar issue. I dont know about the file searching issue, but mine seems to randomly shut off scrolling all together. For 2 separate computers (MBP and iMac - both snow leopard) after a couple weeks of use, the scroll wheel discontinues working and doesn't recover. Once with the MBP it came back after about a week and a full recharge of batteries, but failed again soon after. All other functions work, just not the scrolling. I even exchanged my first mouse thinking it was the mouse, but the same result with the second mouse. I'm hoping the scrolling workaround will work; i'll let you know
02-09-2010 04:56 PM
I'll be honest, i think it's pretty shocking that this is still a problem. Isn't Toyota having a kinda similar problem right now? > Link
The situation at the moment is such a nightmare that i've actually taken to building my own mouse and my Performance MX is back in it's box.
02-11-2010 07:49 AM
I'm having the same issue in 10.5.8
I recently got this mouse as a warranty replacement on the mx revolution. This is highly annoying and slows my work flow tremendously.
02-12-2010 11:03 AM
We are having this problem of the scroll wheel not working inside Import and Open dialogs in Adobe software (using Anywhere MX and Performance MX mice). It moves a little and then freezes up. Then you basically have to Command+period to Cancel, as even the Cancel button is nonresponsible.
So far it has not been a problem in Word or Quark 8 or other non-Adobe software.
I've filed a bug with Adobe, but at an initial glance one of their engineer's replied that it sounds like the problem lies with Logitech/Apple and will appear for any Adobe software that has been ported to Cocoa. You will see the problem in Adobe Acrobat CS4 if you have it.
Er, let's just say that this problem is only going to get more widespread very soon...
02-21-2010 11:16 AM - edited 02-21-2010 11:18 AM
I've got exactly the same problem.
Open dialogs freeze regularly and sometimes the whole screen freezes.
It's driving me up the wall.
Why is no one from Logitech even acknowledging the issue?
02-21-2010 02:53 PM
As someone who has used nothing but Logitech mice for as long as I can remember, I'm incredibly annoyed by this problem, and the apparent lack of action on Logitech's part to resolve it. I think this might be the last logitech product I ever buy, and I definitely won't be suggesting them to anyone else anymore...
02-22-2010 12:59 AM
HOORAA! I'm with you on this. I've spent probably more on Logitech goods over my computing life-span than I have on computers. This just isn't on Logitech.