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kolis commented on 02 Jan 2007
I also have a MX Revolution, and it says "No Logitech Device Found". Time to downgrade to 2.1.1 :/
[Version 2.1.2]


kolis reviewed on 06 Dec 2006
I don't use the free spin mode on my MX revolution, I've setup the preferences to only use click-to-click. And I have assigned pressing the scroll wheel button to "button 3" (middle mouse button), which I use a lot in firefox to open/close new tabs. This works well most of the time, but sometimes the mouse "forgets" the settings and when I middle click it switches from click-to-click to free spin. This is very annoying and the easiest way I've found to overcome this is to first click it again so it returns to click-to-click, then switch to the Finder, left click on the desktop and switch back to firefox, which restores the requested behavior with the scroll wheel acting like the middle mouse button. Btw, I do not have a specific profile for Firefox, I have removed it from the LCC.

I also have a feature request. In the LCC it would be very appreciated if I could assign more specific actions to the thumb wheel. The only two choices currently available are "Switching application" and "Zoom". There is only one setting for thumb wheel rotation, I would like to have separate controls for rotate forward and rotate back, with all the options that are available for other buttons (like left mouse button). For example, I would like to assign thumb wheel forward to keystroke page up and thumb wheel down to keystroke page down. It would be nice to have these advanced settings for tilt right/left on the middle mouse wheel as well.
[Version 2.1.1]

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kolis replied on 07 Dec 2006
Hi, I don't seem to have the same problems as you. One-touch search and application switching both work for me.

kolis reviewed on 26 Jan 2006
Exellent program. Simple and functional, with low demands on resources.
[Version 0.91]

kolis had trouble on 24 Jan 2007
Willop23, it does work. I've tested it on my G5 Powermac. Use the instructions from http://www.fretsonfire.net/cgi-bin/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST;f=3;t=2184;r=1


Then in the Applications folder, right click "Frets On Fire" and select "Show Package Contents".
From the new window, browse to Contents/Resources/data, then select default.ttf and do File->Duplicate.
Next, in another Finder window, navigate to /Library/Fonts (not in your home directory, but from your hard drive root), copy Chalkboard.tff and paste it into the other Finder's directory.
Rename that new Chalkboard.tff to default.ttf, and you're done!
[Version 1.1.324]

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