Discussion in 'General Software' started by Polarman, Feb 27, 2010.
Get them here:
For some reason, the picture is wrong for my mouse. It has the model correct but the picture is way off. lol
How is the G5 supported but not the G7...
It may have been in the 60% they cut out.
I installed it anyway, and it seems to work, it did warn that it doesn't support some of the features of the G7, but hell if I know what those are. It works just fine, even the DPI changing and low battery warning.
It even pulled the product photo, though it is of the original version of the G7, not the second version with the carbon fiber look, though the old version of setpoint did the same thing.
Got my Logitech MX518 a few days ago. Setpoint 6 was installed for my Media 600 keyboard. It detected my MX518 but since I don't have net access at home, Setpoint 6 doesn't show a pic of my particular KB and mouse. No problem though.
What I did was installed Setpoint 4.8 from the CD that came with my mouse. Everything seem stable except that (even in version 6) it doesn't notify when I change my mouse's DPI.
My question here is, is it okay to just use 4.8?
Im downloading em now, see how they run, I've been having issues since CCC 10.4 drivers were released, mouse wouldn't run as it normally would
Downloaded and appreciate the notification.
Setpoint 6.10 is out folks
thanks, updating now
Sure wish UberOptions will work with 6.10
The installer is still good for 4.8, but one has to go through hoops to install with setpoint 6.
I might try this again with 6.10
Odd, 6.10 didn't warn me about not being compatible, but it still doesn't list the G7 as supported...
sweet going to up date now
Just re-installed uberOptions over 6.10 successfully
My G7 is supported and working fine in 6.10
it just runs through the 'other' software (the compatibility one)
@Mussels -- have you tried uberoptions?
no. dont see any use for those features it adds.
Working fine? Yes. Supported? Not officially, as I said. 4.8 is still the last version of setpoint that supported the G7, the 6.0 install even says this, though 6.10 does not.
bah unno, it works for me. all the buttons and doodads.
Yeah, thats what I said, it kind of boggles me as to why logitech says it isn't supported. The warning says not all the functions of my mouse are supported, but I haven't found a single one that doesn't work...
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