Logitech OS X Beta Drivers Released
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Users of Logitech devices should be pleased to hear that beta Mac OS X software has recently been released for testing. Dubbed the Logitech Control Center 1.0b2, this program is labeled as a successor to the MouseWare M drivers and provides software support for mice and basic support for keyboards.
The current actions provided for mice are as follows:
- Clicks: Simple, Double, and Triple Click, Click-Lock, Right-Click
- Advanced Clicks: Same but you can simulate those clicks, plus any modifier, as happening on a different button
- Keystrokes: One key with any modifier
- Nothing: The key will just have no effect
- Scroll: Can be assigned to the wheel, and you can adjust the scroll 'size'
- Accelerated Scroll: Can be assigned to the wheel, and you can adjust how the size is automatically adapted when you scroll faster
Keyboards can be connected and used, but are not yet configurable through the software.
Those who wish to try out the software can find it at Logitech's site. Logitech adds that, as the software is still in beta, users proceed at their own risk when installing and running it. Those who do test it are asked to send feedback to the Logitech development team at lccDevTeam@logitech.com. They hope to release a full-featured version sometime around June of this year.
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