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09-06-2011 04:15 PM - edited 09-06-2011 04:47 PM
Same here. Moving from MX610 to MX620. The mouse X/Y axis relationship changed. M705 too.
They think you should hold the mouse in discomfort way: Supporting your index finger (2. from left) stretching your fingers towards buttons, not reaching the side buttons by your thumb (1. from left) and rubbing your little finger (5.) arround the table!! Not to mention creepy twisted whrist in PAINFUL position... Try using your mouse for some hours like this!!!
Natural position of mouse is slightly (30°) tunred to the left, supporting your middle finger and ring finger (3., 4.) keeping all fingertips off the table. This is like a medical relief position making you happy to allways return to MX6xx shaped mouse.
It's a pitty that a low cost mouse (IMHO Genius) over a decade ago had a "move to the right", "move upwards" calibration and Logitech still doesn't have it as a MOST BASIC functionality of all of it's hardware.
UberOptions is not maintained anymore
There is no version for SetPoint 6.30. I was unable to install 4.80 (yes, I uninstalled it first)
This is not a problem of the mouse, there is no problem either in the table or in my hand. Don't answer me to turn it off and on again, or to return it to the shop. I think that this is general modern Logitech's policy. They don't even produce mices in this shape anymore.
"Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 5000"
- smooth (read: crapy) mouse wheel
- delayed and hard middle click (strange: I assigned the middle click to one of the side buttons - no delay now)
- distored by typing on logitech keyboard (not good for gaming)
- "SetPoint" intergrated to controlpanel->mouse
- no ability / need to calibrate :-) (not really sure if it is unihanded - works fine in my hold)
All the negatives are still nothing compared to logitech's discomfort today I will not recommend Logitech to anyone asking for comfort anymore (working in a computer store)