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hilloki

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Hey guys how does the mouse handle? I had a hard time using OS X because of the crappy mouse handling. Has this been improved on?

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Doesn't seem like it. SteerMouse is the first thing I install.

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hilloki

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Thats a shame, But thanks for the fast reply :)

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mee to having a hard time on using mouse on tiger..thanks for the solution!

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are there any alternatives to steermouse? i like the program but can't seem to find a serial that works with it

keeps telling me the serial is expired then stops working :)

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One way is to use a Microsoft mouse with Microsoft drivers, then you will get the same acceleration curve as in windows. Works like a charm.

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but i have a logitech mouse ;)

and yes i've tried the logitech control centre...doesn't work with it, such a pain in the butt....why wouldn't they release a software that can work with all their devices...so stupid

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Search for USBOverdrive and you'll be happy :)

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usb overdrive and steermouse cost way too much. You might as well get an entirely new mouse with OSX drivers for what they charge.

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You could try Controllermate its only like $15 and you can customize all your devices buttons (including your keyboard buttons, and other devices as well), and create your own acceleration curves. Definitely worth the money.

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Germo Tammela

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I have found an interasting thing about this problem. I Just bought cheap Logitech mouse (m-bj58) got it secondhand for 1€. Well, it has the acceleration thing and i hate it. Touchpad of my laptop is working Ok. I went to my work place where i have logitech m-bw112a and BAM! Everything is ok, no freaking acceleration. Cursor moves as fast as i move the mouse like it should. So it's related to the mouse you are useing.
So now is the time to find out, WHY M-BJ58 has acceleration and M-BW112A hasen't.





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