Logitech Control Center
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Logitech Control Center (LCC) is designed to support OS X and allows you to take full advantage of your Logitech keyboard, mouse, or trackball. With the LCC you can:
  • Browse the Internet using dedicated keys that provide one-touch access to your favorite sites.
  • Launch your email application by pressing a button.
  • Play music and control the system speaker using built-in buttons.
  • Open frequently used items, such as documents, folders, and applications with a single
What's New
Version 3.9.0-60:
  • Bug fix for Mac OS X 10.9.x
Requirements
  • Intel
  • OS X 10.6 or later
  • Logitech USB pointing device or keyboard





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Logitech Control C... User Discussion (Write a Review)
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+10

Macguruguy reviewed on 22 Feb 2014
Thinking about abandoning Logitech products. Their software is horrible. Have been complaining about problems with their software for months. Does not load keyboard on 2011 Mac Mini at startup. Since they seem to think my keyboard is too old (functions fine), maybe I'll just go out and buy a different competitor's product!
[Version 3.9.0-60]


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Macguruguy commented on 23 Jan 2014
Completely not launching at startup on 2011 Mac Mini for mouse and keyboard. Have to physically unplug and replug USB ports. Why can't Logitech get this solved?
[Version 3.9.0-60]

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Macguruguy replied on 20 Feb 2014
Not functioning correctly again. Seems that antivirus software interferes with this.
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JML54 reviewed on 20 Dec 2013
3.9.6 was working fine under Mountain Lion and then I upgraded to Mavericks. LCC 3.9.6 was still working fine, until I had to log out and in of my user account. Then the mouse movement became incredibly fast and uncontrollable. When I went into System Preferences to see what the mouse settings were, I moved the mouse speed slider. Then the mouse became erratic and jerky. Restoring the plist for AppleHIDMouse had no effect.

I had to uninstall LCC and reinstall it again to get the mouse to again track smoothly. But there are two problems:

1. Whenever I open LCC it now tells me that I have Steermouse installed. I DO NOT! The only things related to mice on my system are the regular Mavericks mice support and a small app called Mouse Locator, which just tells me where the cursor is located if I can't find it quickly.

2. If I make ANY change to the Mavericks mouse settings speed in System Preferences, then the jerky movement is recreated and the only fix is to uninstall and reinstall LCC.

I have filed a formal support request with this information.
[Version 3.9.0-60]


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JasonB2218 reviewed on 08 Dec 2013
Like the mouse (MX anywhere) so far, but the software seems like crap. I've got a MBPr early 2013 w/ mountain lion. When I plug in the unifying receiver, the mouse works; however whenever I run the LCC software it says there is a pairing error (even though the mouse is connected and quite useable). The connection utility also tells me to plug in the receiver and relaunch the program even though the receiver in plugged in and functional.
[Version 3.9.0-60]


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Macguruguy commented on 02 Dec 2013
This version (3.9.0.60) has reintroduced my problem with my Keyboard not being recognized. This had been fixed in the previous version (3.9).
[Version 3.9.0-60]

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TeRRyZx replied on 03 Dec 2013
Seems to work ok on Maverick on my MBP now.
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Macguruguy replied on 03 Dec 2013
Not working for me. Tried reinstalling 3.9.0, but now even that doesn't work. I probably need to uninstall, re-install 3.9.0, and reset all of my keyboard settings to get to work properly. A pain in the butt! Using Mac Mini 2011 core i7 and OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
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TeRRyZx replied on 03 Dec 2013
I installed over 3.8 with no problems. But before that it was a mess and I used and uninstaller to dump ALL the pieces and then it worked ok.
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+10
Macguruguy replied on 04 Dec 2013
I uninstalled and reinstalled 3.9.0.60...still did not correct problem. Mouse is recognized; keyboard is not.
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Realhelper reviewed on 20 Nov 2013
I have test all LCC versions compatible with Mavericks.

In the past using LCC with Snow leopard with my bluetooth mouse was perfect, precize and never disconnected.

After upgrading to Mountain Lion, then Maverick LCC was not working, my mouse is disconnected all the time, unprecize.

Without LCC under ML it was working, but now under Mavericks it is ugly.

I think that omething is bad with LCC. But the problem is much more a MAC OS X issue.
[Version 3.9]

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Misha replied on 02 Dec 2013
Which mouse are you using?
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Realhelper replied on 04 Dec 2013
V470 Cordless Laser Mouse for Bluetooth®
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Realhelper reviewed on 20 Nov 2013
Title: Logitech Control Center
Software Version: 3.9.60
Post Date: 14-NOV-2013
[Version 3.9]


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+7

Boysetsthefire reviewed on 12 Nov 2013
Not only crashed my Logitech Anywhere mouse but also crashed my Apple keyboard (running Mavericks on a MacBookPro). Trashed Logitech Control Center and all is working well.
[Version 3.9]


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Kentr reviewed on 12 Nov 2013
I don't even use this anymore. My Logitech mouse and keyboard work great without it.
[Version 3.9]


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+10
Macguruguy commented on 11 Nov 2013
This fixed a problem I was having with my keyboard not being recognized after booting up.
[Version 3.9]


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Morpe had trouble on 13 Jan 2014
does not recognize the Logitech m318e
http://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/corded-mouse-m318e-business?crid=1256
[Version 3.9.0-60]


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Macguruguy had trouble on 07 May 2013
Having trouble already. Cursor disappearing when scrolling in Safari. Please FIX!!! VERY ANNOYING!
[Version 3.7.0]

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Macguruguy replied on 07 May 2013
Happens in Facebook only for some reason.
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Macguruguy replied on 07 May 2013
Fixed it.
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colossus928 had trouble on 22 Aug 2011
hi, i just upgrade to MacOS Lion, reinstall LCC 3.4.0

and in less than 2 days, my mouse VX Nano, which had 50% of battery, have 0% now !
i can't understand...

thanks in advance.
[Version 3.4.0]


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Kernelg had trouble on 18 Feb 2011
I had been having trouble with the release version of Skitch freezing my entire system about 1 second after quitting. Then Delicious Library did the same. I thought I had tracked it down, but then Skype 5 also caused the same freeze after Quit, so I did a clean OS X install. One of the first re-installs was LCC, as I don't like the feel of native mouse tracking. I was launching Skitch after every installation, and Quit, and... freeze. Remove LCC 3.3, no more freeze.

I just paid for SteerMouse. Not only does it work perfectly (Mac Pro 3,1 running OS X 10.6.6 and a Logitech MX1000), but the developer replied to an email question within a couple of hours.

Bye bye, LCC. I thought version 3 was a fresh start. I was wrong.
[Version 3.3.0]


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allan.nyholm had trouble on 15 Sep 2010
I get ripples in Firefox and also Camino when using this software. How do I overcome this issue? Webkit browsers such as Safari, Chrome and OmniWeb are fine btw. Is it the Logitech driver or is it Firefox and Camino that needs fixing?
[Version 3.3.0]

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allan.nyholm replied on 15 Sep 2010
I should add that the ripples occur when scrolling down or up on a webpage. It can be with just text or with pictures included. Doesn't matter.
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Megaman replied on 17 Sep 2010
I've had ripples with these browser without using LCC.

Pretty sure it's the browsers.

Read somewhere that you need to turn scrolling with inertia off if using Magic Mouse/Trackpad, not sure with LCC.
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Macd had trouble on 12 Feb 2010
3.2 fixes broken Safari tabs at last!
[Version 3.2]


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Dlwhite had trouble on 06 Jan 2010
I just purchased a Logitech Revolution Wireless Mouse (the one from a couple years ago that has better reviews than the newer models). But at Amazon, the consensus is that the drivers stink and to just run USB Overdrive, instead. (a shame, as I already own SteerMouse).

Reviews here are so overwhelmingly negative that I'm actually AFRAID to install the Logitech Control Center on my system! Isn't that CRAZY? These guys are the big leagues. I'd have thought they could at least sub-contract the work out to generate some solid code to run their (admittedly awesome) hardware.
[Version 3.1]


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Josdans had trouble on 09 Oct 2009
This control panel totally freaks out the mouse. I have to use it without any Logtiech control panel. It's a pitty because then you cant configure the different buttons.
[Version 3.1]

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Misha commented on 09 Oct 2009
I'd try uninstalling and re-installing.
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Bartleby1945 had trouble on 03 Jun 2009
Bought the diNovo Mac edition about two weeks ago. Still cannot get the computer to recognize the keyboard (No Logitech Device Found.) I updated to 2.7, tried reinstalling and removing and reinstalling, repaired permissions, ran Disk Warrior, cleaned cache files, eliminated haxies-did everything imaginable, but nothing has worked. My G-5 has never been restarted so much! Oddly enough, I can find the Logitech device fine-it's right in front of me! Anyway, back and forth with Logitech and they have no ideas. It's a nice enough keyboard, but $100 for a functionless device? I don't think so.
[Version 2.7]

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MegaMan replied on 30 Jun 2009
If you want to get functionality from your Logitech keyboard without the need for LCC, try using Keyboard Maestro. Works a treat!
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Bartleby1945 had trouble on 03 Jun 2009
Bought the diNovo Mac edition about two weeks ago. Still cannot get the computer to recognize the keyboard (No Logitech Device Found.) I updated to 2.7, tried reinstalling and removing and reinstalling, repaired permissions, ran Disk Warrior, cleaned cache files, eliminated haxies-did everything imaginable, but nothing has worked. My G-5 has never been restarted so much! Oddly enough, I can find the Logitech device fine-it's right in front of me! Anyway, back and forth with Logitech and they have no ideas. It's a nice enough keyboard, but $100 for a functionless device? I don't think so.
[Version 2.7]



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Josart rated on 04 Apr 2013

[Version 3.6]



cute0 rated on 11 Sep 2012

[Version 3.6]



Scott-Freeman rated on 31 Aug 2012

[Version 3.6]



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Sunriser rated on 09 Jul 2012

[Version 3.6]



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BillHicks rated on 21 Mar 2012

[Version 3.5.1]



Donald McDaniel rated on 14 Feb 2012

[Version 3.5.1]



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Kernelg rated on 26 Oct 2011

[Version 3.4.0]



alexnosov rated on 09 Sep 2011

[Version 3.4.0]



Simmo421 rated on 06 Aug 2011

[Version 3.4.0]



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Antoinesynopsis rated on 29 Jul 2011

[Version 3.4.0]


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Date:02 Dec 2013
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Logitech Control Center (LCC) is designed to support OS X and allows you to take full advantage of your Logitech keyboard, mouse, or trackball. With the LCC you can:
  • Browse the Internet using dedicated keys that provide one-touch access to your favorite sites.
  • Launch your email application by pressing a button.
  • Play music and control the system speaker using built-in buttons.
  • Open frequently used items, such as documents, folders, and applications with a single keystroke.
  • Scroll in windows of applications built for OS X. You can scroll up and down with a single keystroke or wheel movement.
  • Switch between open applications.
  • Show contextual menus with a single mouse click.
  • Simulate keystrokes to provide shortcuts to commands you use regularly.


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