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Latest Logitech SetPoint Software


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Latest Logitech SetPoint Released

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Date: April 25, 2019
Software Version: 6.69.126
OS supported: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
File Size: 82.6 MB (64-bit) or 80.2 MB (32-bit)

Release notes:
  • Minor bug fixes

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Setpoint 6.50 released.
 

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#3
No native support for Win8on the webcams yet tho..
 

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#4
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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#5
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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#7
were you able to assing alt tab to a mouse button and have it work?

FishStik said:
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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were you able to assing alt tab to a mouse button and have it work?

FishStik said:
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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#9
well it doesn't work anymore on windows 8. Autohotkey also and probably more.
 

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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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Is there a way to change Setpoint's interface language? I remember there was on option during installation (unfortunately not in the options within the program) but that seems gone now.
 

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Just for info

I have the left #6 on my mouse set to toggle the start...which switches back and forth in metro and the desktop

I have the right #7 set to close...which brings up the shutdown option screen (power screen)

Logitech MX1100 wireless keyboard and mouse Setpoint version 6.150.152...driver 5.50.58

Also, I have the keyboard set to my personal preference

So far it is working well in Win 8Pro...it is pinned in the right taskbar "only show notification" for ease of access
 

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Is there a way to change Setpoint's interface language? I remember there was on option during installation (unfortunately not in the options within the program) but that seems gone now.

Control panel,
regional and language options, language tab
click details,
select default
input language....in options
===================
In Greek
Google Translate
 

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Control panel,
regional and language options, language tab
click details,
select default
input language....in options
===================
In Greek
Google Translate
Thanks, that doesn't seem to work. I only managed to do it by changing the system locale language (which requires a restart), uninstalling and reinstalling SetPoint. Quite clumsy, Logitech.
 

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#15
AmigaRoots
OK...thanks ...your feedback will help someone else....abs
 

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#16
I have a Logitech MX518 Gaming mouse I like a lot and it has never failed me until I installed Windows 8. The problem is Logitech will not upgrade the software for this mouse to work in W8. They are playing the buy a new mouse game with their customers. I have a wireless keyboard (Logitech) and I have installed Setpoint 6.5 for that. So be warned, the Logitech MX518 mouse will crash in W8 thanks to Logitech who chooses to play their customers. Now I am using my old OCZ Behemoth Laser Mouse and I will probably break down and go get a T400 Touch Mouse (Logitech) for the desktop PC since I am switching all gaming to my brand new Xbox 360 anyway. Still I am so angry with Logitech because I was very happy with the MX518.
 

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#17
Quote from the Guru3D forums, let us know if it worked:

This driver doesnt work for MX518. I ended installing Setpoint 6.32 with Windows 7 compatibility. Now everything works as intended.
Loved my MX510, Logitech software can be dodgy though... Now on a G400 Gaming Mouse but it doesn't feel as good.
 

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#18
Okay, I uninstalled Setpoint 6.5 using only the native uninstaller through Programs and Features and installed Setpoint 6.32. It upgraded some driver for my W8 Pro 64 bit OS and now my Logitech MX518 mouse is working fine again. The version of Setpoint That works for this is 6.32.7 and the driver version is 5.33.14. This is the best mouse ever made by anyone. I am happy as a rat in a cheese factory now. Logitech should realize that there are millions of people who love this mouse and maybe make some super versions like maybe a solid steel variety with super smooth Teflon glider pads on the bottom.
 

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#19
Out now:
Logitech SetPoint (64-bit) 6.51.8

Latest changes : Windows 8 support has been added
- SetPoint is required for full gesture support
- Double-tap to drag is now supported on the Rechargeable Touchpad T650
- Swipe gestures across the top edge of the Rechargeable Touchpad T650 are now more reliable
 

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#20
I also had my Logitech 910 Webcam driver updated in a MS update yesterday.
 

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