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Logitech mx3200 mouse problem

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07-27-2010 06:00 AM

We are using the Logitech MX3200 Laser Programmable Keyboard & Mouse. We programmed the mouse buttons to the object snaps. (Logitech comes with their own program for this.) It has worked great in 2009 & 2010. Now in 2011 it only works good. Autocad 2011 accepts the button commands while working in drawings until you insert a block into a drawing, the object snap command shows up in the command line (as usual) but, it will not snap to any point on the screen. If you insert a block and use the object snap tool bar or type in the snap you want then the blocks are inserted to the snap point you want. Any help would be appreciated. We are running windows 7, 64 bit.

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Re: Logitech mx3200 mouse problem

10-04-2012 07:51 AM in reply to: gc_broach

Hi!  Just wondering if you ever figured out an answer to this.  I just got a new Logitech mouse last night and almost bought one of the "gamer" mice with the extra programmable buttons.  I thought back to the old 16-button pucks on the tablets but could not remember ever hearing about users programming buttons on mice and I know that the mouse section is separate from the tablet section in the menu.  Now I see that the mouse section has 10 buttons already setup but 2-10 are re-configurable.

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Re: Logitech mx3200 mouse problem

10-04-2012 09:18 AM in reply to: gc_broach

No...We gave up on the Logitech and purchased a Razer Naga that has 14 programmable buttons and it works awesome...

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