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MX1000 Logitech mouse Configuring problem


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I am not sure where to put this question so Anything goes sounds good.

I have the Mouse from Logitech MX Laser 1000 When I first started using it I was able to use the scroll wheel to zoom in and out on pixels (in photoshop) but for some reason I can not configure it to do it sense I reinstalled about a month ago. I asked Logitech on the phone but that was a waste of time I wouldn't recommend the long distance phone support to anyone After calling the 800 # I was told I needed to call direct so I did. (My mistake) more waiting for no solutions. Anyway Would anyone out here know the steps to take to configure it to zoom in and out in photoshop? I know it does it. It worked before I know how to access it's preferences but for the life of me I can not get it to work

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I found it! Turns out the preferences in Photoshop has the zoom with scroll wheel in it. Under General pref in PS So easy to find, it was hard...DOH!

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if you use USBOvrdriveX from version tracker you can then set all the buttons to what you like



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I'll check that out, Thank you!


I did a search on VT for USBOvrdriveX but the search came up empty is there anther name for this?

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Here's the link.

It's a great program, if a little awkward to set up.

I try to Command+Shift+/ when I can.
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I have it, thanks guys I'll be checking out soon Thanks again!

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I've had this same problem
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Well, hopefully this thread helped

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it did, thanks
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