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Logitech G5 drivers


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I have seen many people using the Logitech G5 on a Mac before so i know it is possible but I know it is not officially supported. I was wondering if anybody knows where I can find third party drivers for one. Also if anybody uses it with those drivers does it still work full featured? Like the on the fly sensitivity adjustment and all. Thanks!
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