11-02-2006 03:56 AM
(1) After waking up the computer from sleep mode or screensaver, the buttons are extremely slow to respond even though the mouse pointer moves fine.
(2) The scrolling speed of the tilt buttons cannot be adjusted and the horizontal scrolling speed is extremely slow (I have already configured it to maximum increments).
Are these known issues? Hope you guys can help.
11-07-2006 02:48 AM - edited 11-07-2006 02:48 AM
Message Edited by Mona on 11-07-2006 02:55 AM
11-07-2006 03:38 PM
I am having the same problem. I posted the following message in the "Mice - General Discussion" message board on 10-27-2006 without any response so far: "Does anyone have a problem with their Logitech VX Revolution Laser mouse taking a long time to wake up from sleep mode? Mine is unresponsive to clicks for about 20 seconds. It moves across the screen okay but if I click on anything nothing happens. If I use the Powerbook's Trackpad to click, it responses well." My computer is also the Powerbook G4.
I was just looking around the forums for anyone with simalar problems and came across "macpioneer" with the same problem and computer. I do not have access to another computer as you suggested to "macpioneer" but I have been using a Logitech v400 Notebook mouse and the MX 700 without any problem. Any ideas?
11-08-2006 02:53 AM
11-08-2006 09:43 PM
I have the same issue. It is EXTREMELY fustrating.
After wake from sleep, or even if the computer is just sitting for a while the left button never seems to work. I have to click left button with another mouse or trackpad before the Logitech VX left button starts working again.
I like the quality of the mouse otherwise, but this issue makes it near useless. PLEASE fix this.
Macbook with 10.4.8
PS. For other mac users, yes the tilt wheel to scroll horizontally is useless with the mouse, however in os X if you hold down shift while scrolling with the wheel the mac will scroll horizontally, then you can use the spin wheel to go left to right!
11-09-2006 04:50 PM
Yes, I do have the most recent version of the System Version: Mac OS X 10.4.8 (8N1037)
and the mouse driver: Logitech Control Center:
Supported by: 3rd Party
Identifier: com.Logitech.Control Center.Preference Pane
Location: /Library/PreferencePanes/Logitech Control Center.prefPane
This info was copied out of the System Profiler report.
Thank you for your quick response,
11-10-2006 01:26 AM
11-10-2006 07:12 AM
I just got my new Macbook Pro Core 2 Duo and the VX mouse works fine on this machine -- no sleep issues, the tilt function speeds across horizontally as it should. I'm also running OS 10.4.8. So is there some issue with G4 Powerbook support rather than with the OS?
11-11-2006 12:56 AM
11-11-2006 10:08 AM
By the way the packaging clearly states its works with 10.4. After people buy it then having someone post in the forum, then saying 'oh it doesn't work with the OS' isn't fair business practise at all.