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Using Logitech's mouse and keyboard
software called SetPoint, you can configure and customize your devices
to perform specific tasks with a simple keystroke. Depending on the
available features of your device, Some examples of SetPoint
customization options are:
Configure specific button behavior
Configure button functionality in specific applications
Customize scroll wheel options
Adjust pointer options
Assign preset keys to perform specific tasks
Assign F keys to perform a specific task
HERE is a link to the SetPoint software. Remember to select the correct Operating System
Go to START > CONTROL PANEL > MOUSE ..... Here you will find the Logitech settings. On the BUTTONS tab, you will see a diagram that numbers the buttons on the mouse as well as a table that shows what each button is assigned to. In this table, double click the number assigned to the mouse wheel (usually button 3) and reassign the wheel to MIDDLE BUTTON. This should restore your Autocad pans.
This is directly from Logitech:http://logitech-en-emea.custhelp.com/ "Logitech MouseWare Software:
1. Right click on the Logitech white mouse icon in the System Tray and select "Mouse Properties".
2. Click on the "Buttons" tab and your pointing device should be shown. If you have more that one mouse connected, select the mouse you wish to program by clicking on the "Devices" tab, and select the mouse you wish to program from the drop down menu, then go back to the "Buttons" tab.
3. Scroll down the list of buttons and select the button you wish to program, and click on the function to highlight it.
4. Now click on the "Modify" button. A "Modify Button Function" box will appear with a drop down menu. Select the button assignment you wish to use and click the "OK" button. Now click the "Apply" button to save your changes.
Using the "Keystroke" button assignment.
If the button assignment or keyboard command you want is not listed under the button assignments, you may want to use the "Keystroke" button assignment. Using the MouseWare steps above select Keystroke under Step 3. The "Keystroke Assignment" box appears. Click your mouse cursor into the box that states "Unassigned". Now press the key or combination of keys you wish to use and click the "OK" button. The function should now be displayed in the current list of button assignments. Click the "Apply" button then the "OK" button."
Hopefully this will help. Please let me know if it doesn't.
You should make sure that you have the LX7 Setpoint software installed to set the features you want. For the scroll button or button three if pressed, I have mine set to zoom (first selection). The scroll function of the wheel should be automatic. Go the mouse movement settings and set the scroll size to 6 lines. That should allow you to scroll your pages adequately. If this helps send a reply for others to view.
Try setting the buttons to "generic" in SetPoint and then assign fuctions via the game options.
From Logitech Knowledge Base: The information in this article applies to the following products:
All Logitech Mice
Logitech SetPoint Cause:
Most games that support a mouse will give you options to program
or assign specific functions to various buttons on the mouse. These
games normally look for generic mouse buttons when attempting to bind
the mouse buttons to a game function. If the button is set to another
function in SetPoint (such as Universal Scroll, Back, Forward, etc), the game may not see the mouse button as available to bind. This mainly affects buttons 3, 4, and 5. Solution:
To resolve this issue, set the button you wish to
program to a generic value in SetPoint. The following values should be
used if you are having problems binding buttons in games. Mouse Button 3 (The Middle Button/Scroll Wheel):
In SetPoint, assign this button as Middle Button or Generic Button.
Note for MX Revolution users: You must disable Logitech Smart Shift Technology or the Middle Button option will not be available in SetPoint. Mouse Buttons 4 and 5 (Normally the thumb buttons):
In SetPoint, assign the thumb button(s) as Generic Button. Note that these buttons will still work in most browsers for forward and back. It is not necessary to assign these buttons to Forward and Back in SetPoint for this functionality.
grab the Logitech Gaming software 5.02 (I used the 64bit, make sure you grab the correct one!).
Note, I have a logitech MX 518 gaming mouse, and after installing the above, I could no longer use my button assignments in any games. The mouse functioned like an old 2 button mouse. I have a feeling there is some conflict between the mouse software/driver and the logitech software/driver.
1. Open the SetPointTM software and assign a keystroke to the button you want to use. For further details about this procedure, launch the Help Center within SetPoint and view the mouse topic To change the task assigned to a button.
2. Click the Windows® Start button, locate the function or application you want to launch and right-click it to display a menu. (If the function or application you want to launch is not available from the Windows Start menu, use Windows Explorer to locate it and then right-click it.)
3. Select Properties.
4. In the Shortcut tab, enter a Shortcut key that is the same as the keystroke you chose at step 1.
5. Click OK.