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Megaman reviewed on 21 Jul 2012
I think this pretty much says it all about Logitech Control Center the the company's commitment to their software development...

several years after discontinuing production, they still show the MX Revolution on LCC previews and promos.

As others have noted time and time again...good hardware, but software is a joke.
[Version 3.6]


Megaman reviewed on 19 Jun 2012
This is THE MUST HAVE utility for anyone using a modern Mac. Why Apple do not buy this and incorporate it into their OS astounds me.

BTT gives so much more value to both Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad - way beyond Apple's feeble offerings.

What most people don't realise is that BTT can also configure many 'regular' mice (messes?) as well. On my Logitech G700, I can map every single one of the 14 buttons - EVERY ONE OF THEM! For those of us who find the Magic Mouse crippling after more than a couple of hours use, this is a god-send as you can still take advantage of all the various gestures by simply assigning them to buttons.

The developer of this utility should be knighted!
[Version 0.763]


Megaman reviewed on 24 May 2012
I purchased this on the iTunes store as I wanted a good music player to play audiophile quality music.

Overall pleasing to use and the sound is great.

HOWEVER, wtf is it with not being able to save your library or playlists? Really - what's the point?

Most software provides the basic ability to save your work - this one does not. I am expected to re-load my library and create new playlists every time I launch this application.

If it was free or a demo version I'd maybe understand, but I paid $20 for this, not to mention the extraordinary amount the developer chargers for so called 'pro' features.

Until the developer fixes this incredible problem, I simply cannot recommend this application.
[Version 1.2.0]

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Megaman replied on 02 Jun 2012
Thought I'd post an update.

This application now constantly chokes or freezes if there is something else going on that requires the minimum of process power.

I've had to 'Force Quit' the last dozen or so times I've used Fidelia. Seems it's just not ready for prime time.

Megaman reviewed on 21 May 2012
I really do love this software.

However, two issues I'm having which I can't seem to resolve.

Firstly, two finger back/forward on the Magic Trackpad seems to not work properly - especially in iTunes.

Secondly, when viewing a PDF in Safari, scrolling is not possible at all. The only way to read the document is to download.

Otherwise, an excellent piece of software.
[Version 3.9.4]

Megaman commented on 09 May 2012
Every time there's a software update, I have to go without SmartScroll for a few days waiting for an update from the developer.

Whilst I really like this software, it is getting really OLD that this still occurs.

No other software on my Mac has this issue, just Smart Scroll. Why does it get broken with every update?
[Version 3.9.3]


Megaman reviewed on 12 Dec 2011
If you visit the developer's site and visit their Blog you will see that they haven't made an entry since Aug 22nd and they have have switched comments off.

This pretty much says it all.

It's almost Christmas 2011 and we're still waiting for a market-ready cloud sync. They are obviously sick of hearing people complaining about it - hence no ability to leave a comment on their blog.
[Version 1.5.4]

Megaman commented on 16 Aug 2011
Well, Lion has just had an OS update and now my beta version of Smart Scroll, which was buggy in Lion, is completely broken again.

I'm starting to worry that Lion may have broken Smart Scroll for good as the developer seems to be struggling to keep up with the new OS.

Sure hope not, I love this app.
[Version 3.9b2]

Megaman commented on 10 Aug 2011
The current beta 2 for Lion is very buggy in Safari.

Just wondering how far off a fix we are. I love this app and really, really need a Lion fix soon.
[Version 3.8.2]


Megaman reviewed on 04 Aug 2011
I used Vox quite a bit with Snow Leopard, however in Lion it crashes within a few seconds of playing a tune.

Will have to uninstall for now due to there being no Lion support.
[Version 0.2.8 beta 2]


Megaman reviewed on 31 Jul 2011
OK, I thought I'd play devil's advocate and load the latest LCC onto my MackBook Air.

Whilst there didn't seem to be any apparent issues at first, I later checked out my console to find kernel panics as far as the eye could see.

I should have known better.
[Version 3.4.0]

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Megaman replied on 31 Jul 2011
Hmmm, the jury is out on this one actually, removed LCC and still getting kernel panics. Watch this space.
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