used to think they were a pretty kewl company untill today
I went to play a game of CoD4 earlier,after about a minute or so,I went to throw a grenade,which is mapped to one of the side buttons on my VX Revolution mouse. I used SetPoint to map the keyboard key 'g' to my one side buttons,along with other buttons to the mouse functions that games generally wont detect. This used to work good.
I say used to,because,well,my nade button didnt work,neither did anything else not mapped to the 2 main buttons. The little button below my mouse wheel actually minimized the game and brought up a search box.
So,I figure there had to be a problem with SetPoint,I figure my computer booted up without it or something. I opened it up however,and the only part of the software I could use is the useless information tab and update function. So I went digging and found out that a lot of people are having problems with the tabs dissappearing in the Logitech SetPoint software.
A simple reinstall didnt work,nor did uninstalling and using an older version of the software. The problem is appearently linked to a windows system file. I tried everything I read to do to fix it,but it seems Logitech has broke their software in a recent software update. How the hell does a major company like Logitech not check such things in software update development? I think someone needs fired if you ask me...
Since Logitech has broke software,does anyone know of a freeware program that can bind keyboard keys to mouse buttons. I have 2 side buttons,'search' button in the middle and a mouse wheel with tilt scrolling,all of which I had mapped to keyboard keys which I use to play games with.