10.6: Fix issues with latest version of Logitech Control Center

Mar 26, '10 07:30:00AM

Contributed by: sd

The Logitech Control Center (LCC) is the name of the driver software for Logitech mice and keyboards. The latest versions still have issues with Snow Leopard; here are a couple of semi-workarounds for some of those issues:

LCC version 3.1:

This version creates weird tabs in Safari if you have a few Safari plug-ins installed. The solution is to remove the /Library » ScriptingAdditions » LCC Scroll Enhancer Loader.osax package and reboot.

LCC version 3.2:

Your mouse pointer may suddenly jump to some other part of the screen, every other minute, making it almost unusable! A lot of people are complaining about it, but still no fix from Logitech. The Logitech 'solution' is to downgrade to version 3.1: uninstall 3.2, reboot, download 3.1 from the Logitech FTP site, install it, reboot again.

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