08-29-2011 01:55 PM - edited 08-29-2011 01:56 PM
I'm also having this issue on a MacBook Air 11" with Lion installed. (10.7)
I'm using LCC 3.4.0
The mousewheel is way too sensitive, sometimes the window scrolls just when I am moving the mouse, also when I'm using apple-tab, I notice the selector is bouncing around. I'm unable to finely adjust volume in VLC, etc etc...
Everything worked perfectly on snow leopard.
08-29-2011 05:42 PM - edited 08-29-2011 05:48 PM
Exact same problem here with Windows 7 Pro. Come on Logitech, fix the problem. Seems to be widespread. Setpoint: 6.30.41, Driver: 5.30.67.
09-03-2011 08:43 AM - edited 09-03-2011 08:49 AM
Same driver version as Tomei2 on a Windows 7 Home machine, same problem. Highly distracting when the page just jitters up and down after you stop scrolling. from what I assume is the mouse wheel settling into a position after you let go of the wheel. The disabling of smooth scrolling fixes the issue (thanks, Tomei2!), but it's disappointing that Logitech can't figure out a solution to smooth scrolling that's not buggy.
10-14-2011 08:00 PM
I had the same problem. Both in Mission Control and Lanchpad (Which was practically unusable)
I"ve since unistalled the Logitech control center and installed SteerMouse. Everything now works ust fine.
I would suggest to people to unstall the Logitech software, Mac OS X works just fine without it. If that solves the problem, then download and install SteerMouse which is a control center plugin which lets you reprogram you mouse keys. That will let you setup the extra buttons again.
10-16-2011 10:31 PM
I've solved my problem on my Win7 machine by uninstalling SetPoint 6.2 and rolling back to SetPoint 4.8 with uberOptions (uberoptions.net). Now my scrolling sometimes inches forward a little farther when stopping the mouse, but it no longer jitters back and forth. Shame Logitech decided to break what was working before.
11-06-2011 10:22 AM - edited 11-06-2011 10:25 AM
I just discovered that the mouse wheel has 2 modes. One where the wheel spins freely after you lift your finger off the wheel and one where the wheel stops moving when you stop touching it. To toggle between the two modes, just press down on the mouse wheel and then let go. (BTW, the tiny button behind the wheel is the middle mouse button, not the wheel itself.)
Toggling to the non free spinning mode solved the problem for me.