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    Latest Logitech SetPoint Software


    Latest Logitech SetPoint Released

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    Date: September 8th 2015
    Software Version: 6.67.83

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    Setpoint 6.50 released.
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    No native support for Win8on the webcams yet tho..
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    Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada
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    6.5 Works great on Windows 8, not so much on Windows 7 though. It's causing both of my machines to hang on shutdown with a" Waiting for programs to close" message.
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    windows 7 x86,7 x64, 8 x64, xp


    does it fixes the alt-tab not working? not that it would do me any good, i don't think this setpoint works with my mouse (mx510) anymore
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    alt-tab works as advertised on my Pc's, what does SetPoint have to do with that?
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    were you able to assing alt tab to a mouse button and have it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by FishStik
    It appears that Windows 8 moved the ALT+TAB combination in the same category as CTRL+ALT+DEL, in that ALT+TAB can no longer be injected by most programs. This issue was seen in Chrome and can be seen here:

    https://chromiumcodereview.appspot.com/10836224

    Apparently, in order to inject ALT+TAB in Windows 8, the app must call SendSAS() from the host:
    "In order to call SendSAS() successfully the calling process's binary has to:
    be signed.
    be installed under %ProgramFiles% or %SystemRoot%\system32.
    specify uiAccess='true' in the manifest.
    run under SYSTEM or the currently logged-on user."
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    Quote Originally Posted by webtax View Post
    were you able to assing alt tab to a mouse button and have it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by FishStik
    It appears that Windows 8 moved the ALT+TAB combination in the same category as CTRL+ALT+DEL, in that ALT+TAB can no longer be injected by most programs. This issue was seen in Chrome and can be seen here:

    https://chromiumcodereview.appspot.com/10836224

    Apparently, in order to inject ALT+TAB in Windows 8, the app must call SendSAS() from the host:
    "In order to call SendSAS() successfully the calling process's binary has to:
    be signed.
    be installed under %ProgramFiles% or %SystemRoot%\system32.
    specify uiAccess='true' in the manifest.
    run under SYSTEM or the currently logged-on user."
    I personally have never wanted to or tried to do that. It's just not on my list of things to do.
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    well it doesn't work anymore on windows 8. Autohotkey also and probably more.
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    Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada
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    I do have one thing that annoyed me with SetPoint. My old Logitech Trackball only has the normal right and left buttons and scroll wheel. It doesn't have a back button. In SetPoint there is no way to program button 3, the scroll wheel, as a back button. I have to use a third party utility to do it. My new wireless trackball has a dedicated back button so its not a problem anymore, but I can see how a missing or removed function could be annoying or problematic.
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