12-16-2011 04:10 AM
Performance Mouse MX has only "Tracking Speed Multiplier" availalbe in the OSX Logitech Control Center. No setting for acceleration. My problem is, at low speeds, the movement is very erratic. As if the surface was really bad for the optics. But it happens on any surface so that's not it. The cause is most probably the acceleration, which "suddenly" kicks in at small speeds. The movement is fine at fast hand movement, but not with slow.
What's the right way to change acceleration for this mouse in OSX?
PS. It's a great mouse except the Revolution scroll wheel auto-detecting switch system would be so much better. I want to keep it on the free scrolling mode. Now, when lifting finger off the wheel, it often sets a very small speed to the wheel and the screen rolls unwantedly. Also I wonder why this mouse is so heavy. I need to lift it on air all the time and it's too heavy for that.
12-24-2011 05:24 PM
I dont know what version of OS X you are using,but on Lion its better to just remove Control Centar and leave default accelaration.
At least its better for me.
With this app you can set button maping for back/forward buttons(under Pointing Device/Button to Keys).
Also if you want that big button(mouse button 6) to launch Mission Control,you can do that in Lion settings for Mision Control.
01-02-2012 06:33 AM
This is OSX 10.6.8. I didn't try removing Control Center. I'm afraid of losing important functionality, even though I am actively using KeyRemap4MacBook too. This is very dissapointing and strange. All these years of mouse development it has lead to this flagship product with slow movement response being quirky at best?