12-22-2011 12:09 PM
I hope Logitech team is open to suggestions from customers, and want to make best products available out there
With that in mind I have one suggestion. Why not make a "deadzone" for the hyper wheel on the performance MX? The wheel is supersensitive. I set the wheel to scroll with 1 line, and set the smooth scrolling, and it's behaving so good it's a bit too sensitive Sometimes when I leave the mouse, the wheel can move a bit, and I see a couple pixels of the site move up or down to to the wheel sensitivity. A little deadzone(that customer can custumize) would fix this problem in an instant. The mouse is OUTSTANDING and it could be even better if you were able to give customers an option like that in setpoint, don't you think?
I really hope this suggestion will somehow reach the logitech stuff and you will think about it.
02-01-2012 04:27 PM
I have to agree. The wheel's scrolling sensitivity is so high that I'm considering returning the mouse. I've had it for about a week and I constantly get unintended scrolling when I'm pushing the wheel button or moving the mouse. I can get half a webpage to scroll just by pick up the mouse and rocking it in mid air. A deadzone would be an excellent idea.
02-02-2012 02:57 PM
I too have just bought a Performance MX mouse. This after returning the couch mouse for due to "too sensitive" issues which the tech support guy says he's never heard of. ya right.
Anyways the performance mouse seems to have the same issue. Just moving the mouse through the air can trigger scroll/up or down. Not that I usually do that, but sometimes its just the lifting of the mouse to move it back to center of my mousepad and then my screen starts scrolling...
We need a fix.
02-13-2012 07:05 AM
Agreed - A couple of applications have serious "scroll crawl" issues with the high (non-configurable) sensitivity of the scroll wheel on the Performance MX Mouse.
Sketchup v8 - scroll wheel runs the zoom in/out feature. I experience uncontrollable jumping in & out from time to time, which can result in bad errors if I happen to be drawing something at that moment.
Google Maps - scroll wheel makes the map jump in & out such that it is almost unusable.
I called tech support & they walked me thru re-installing drivers - which did not help after 5 minutes.
Please - a fix as described above - a programmable dead zone would be great.
I love my Performance MX Mouse, but this one aspect of it is driving me NUTS!!
03-23-2012 09:30 AM
Another vote on this issue. Even with the hyperscroll feature disabled, the wheel still is way too sensitive. The middle button is virtually useless because of this (can't middle click without scrolling) and trying to browse the web is a pain because my mouse scrolls anytime my fingers brush up against the mouse wheel.
04-09-2012 08:55 AM
I'm wondering the same about this. Great mouse but the scroll wheel is ridiculously sensitive on my Mac. It will scroll when I don't even touch the wheel, as someone said above, even when I lift the mouse slightly.
Completely useless in games, Google Maps, and so on.
05-03-2012 04:08 AM
I behave just bought a Marathon mouse M705. The wheel is way too sensitive and impossible to control the zoom function working in 2D Autocad and 3D Rhino apps.
I have a temporary fix, tape down the middle button and this engages the notch in the wheel and controls the movement.
Very disappointed that I have to do this on a new £45 mouse though.
06-26-2012 11:14 PM
I'm using M705 for Mac, and I also have the scroll-wheel-too-sensitive problem for PhotoShop.
When pressing option+scroll (to zoom in-out), it is just nearly not .controllable
07-02-2012 07:15 AM - edited 07-02-2012 08:31 AM
I have an MX620 and I've been seeing the same problem ever since I updated setpoint.
It happens all the time in firefox and chrome, the pages drift up and down by themselves when the mouse is being moved, even when I'm not touching the wheel.
Originally I could fix this by disabling smooth scrolling, but the checkbox to enable/disable smooth scrolling doesn't seem to work anymore.