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Hi. I have just installed a new logitech v470 bluetooth mouse onto my 20" imac. It works fine with and without the logitech software installed. Only issue (which is very annoying) is that the mouse wheel is backward. eg: Scroll down and the page goes up.
Does anyone have a fix for this?

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Hi. I have just installed a new logitech v470 bluetooth mouse onto my 20" imac. It works fine with and without the logitech software installed. Only issue (which is very annoying) is that the mouse wheel is backward. eg: Scroll down and the page goes up.
Does anyone have a fix for this?

thanks

R
I've never experienced that particular problem with my Logitech V270, but I don't use Logitech's software either (I've heard it's pretty awful). Instead, I've taken quite a liking to Steermouse. Give that a try and let us know how you make out.

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