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Logitec Performance MX Mouse

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01-26-2012 06:25 AM


I new to this forum but not to autocad.  I've been running it for 20 years now.  I recently joined a new company.  I told the technical support people (who know nothing about autocad) that i need a mouse similar in shape to my old MX 600.  The shape keeps my wrist from hurting.  They gave me a Logitech Performance MX mouse.  I finally got it installed put the scroll button will not work as pan.  You press it and the little had will show for a moment and go away or will show but as soon as you move it will go away and stop panning.  If I plug my old MX 600 in, everything works just fine.  I don't want to keep using the MX 600 because it is my personal mouse, I love it and it can't be replaced.


Anyone run into this?  I want to exhaust my options before i tell them to scap an expensive mouse.


Thanks for the help



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Re: Logitec Performance MX Mouse

01-26-2012 07:08 AM in reply to: kgillespie

Are the settings between your old mouse and the new mouse the same in these mice respective software?

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Re: Logitec Performance MX Mouse

01-26-2012 10:20 AM in reply to: kgillespie

The setting are as close as the software will allow.  Scroll wheel set to generic middle button

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