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What mice work with XMBC?

x64 Replacement/Alternative to Microsoft's IntelliMouse application.
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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by Bondtv » Thu Oct 27, 2011 7:29 pm

ZOWIE EC1 aswell, works great.

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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by Pukat » Wed Nov 09, 2011 2:28 am

Hello there.

To contribute to the list I can say I have tested with the next mice an trackballs:
Logitech V220 (Wireless)
Logitech M305 (Wireless)
Logitech V450 Laser mouse (Wireless)
Logitech Trackman Marble (Wired)
Verbatim Laser Bluetooth (Recomended for laps)

All Tested on Windows 7 HomePremium x64 laptop.

As part of the situation, I can say that I'm dedicated now to mouse modding and converting them to trackballs.
Have you noticed that there are not much wireless Trackballs around there?, I only know Kensington's one and no more and they don't sell it on México neither shipping, so I converted that Verbatim Bluetooth mouse to a trackball functionallity so I encountered with the problem that I needed to invert the "Y" axis or the "X" axis according to the place of the optic sensor, I did it so I'm a programmer but I can tell to you that something you can add to your magnificent software is to add that function of invert or rotate the Y and/or X axis .

Thanks for the XMBC.

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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by yeti » Sun Feb 12, 2012 8:20 am

Works great with Kensington Pro Fit Full-size Wireless Mouse - Model M01130-M

Windows 7 64

Google, are you listening?

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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by Rokas1997 » Wed Feb 22, 2012 2:51 pm

"Acme MW01" works flawless/perfect, just need to swap 4 and 5 buttons
"Logitech LS1" works flawless/perfect to :)

XMBC IS AWESOME!

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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by tinkano » Sun Mar 11, 2012 11:00 am

Finally my Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 8000 works like a charm :P
without intellipoint conflicts for example (ctrl key stuck).
A highly parameterized and accurate tool for my mouse.

Thanks Phil for this AWESOME tool.

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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by amplifier » Fri May 11, 2012 3:25 pm

ROCCAT Kone V1 confirmed to be working, but only with Roccat Drivers installed, otherwise the mouse isn't recoginzed at all, Win7 x64
I also wish there would be a function to remap those special buttons!

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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by Church Punk » Sat Sep 01, 2012 6:12 am

Hi,

first post. Just wanted to let the world know that my Logitech Anywhere MX works with and without setpoint (installed XMBC with setpoint and worked; unisntalled setpoint and is still working with generic windows drivers!).

So thanks for this marvellous app! The scroll window out of focus is a godsend; i missed that so much after returning from Ubuntu 11. And the layers switch with mouse buttons are the perfect "Easy-shift" replacement from the Roccat Pyra i had to throw away :D

EDIT:
Running Win 7 x64*

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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by spad007 » Tue Sep 25, 2012 5:56 pm

Works on my Logitech TrackMan marble FX . had for 20 years. since 386 days
Windows XP pro 64 SP2 .fresh-ish install (was XP home)and after a few boot ups it just started working all of a sudden.
i did run around and turned some things off the day before so i don't know what fixed it. :oops:
i use the back (red) button for "Double click": and the top button for "Middle mouse"
that's all i need at this time ☺ working great so far.
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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by jrw1 » Fri Feb 15, 2013 1:43 am

I'm using Windows XP and I have a Logitech MouseMan Wheel (circa 2001) with 4 buttons (3 standard plus 1 thumb button on the side which I use for double-clicking). It worked fine for years but then it developed a glitch where the thumb button would perform another function such as jumping to the previous folder rather than double-clicking. Oddly, this would only occur after using the thumb button 10 or so times after booting up. Reboot and button would work fine for a while and then glitch would reoccur. Reinstalled Logitech driver (Mouseware) but problem persisted. Logitech didn't have answer but someone on their forum recommended XMBC. Installed - problem solved! -THANKS - (note: only worked with Mouseware installed but not when installed by itself). Later, had to do a reinstall of XP with Mouseware and problem continued. Once again - XMBC to the rescue.
I'm now looking to switch to Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit. Some of the postings here indicate that XMBC can work on W-7 without Logitech's software being installed. Is that correct?
If it isn't correct: unfortunately Logitech's Setpoint driver for W-7 doesn't include my mouse in its setup which means I'd have to use the Mouseware driver in XP Compatability Mode. Would this work reliably with XMBC?
--Thanks for a great product--

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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by phil » Fri Feb 15, 2013 2:32 am

I use XMBC without Logitech no problem on Win 7. But it does depend on the particular Logitech model I think (how many buttons etc.) Only sure way to know is to try it (unless someone else can tell you for sure!)

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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by sanscrito » Fri Mar 29, 2013 8:55 pm

Hello

Works fine with SilverCrest STMS 2219

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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by dasfiend » Fri Jul 12, 2013 1:48 pm

I have an anker brand wireless mouse that works fantastically with xmouse!

Which is really I think where xmouse shines, these semi-offbrand mice that don't have any software available to manipulate the buttons.

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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by JEskandari » Thu Jul 18, 2013 6:23 am

Work perfectly with "Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000" under Windows 8 in fact it work so well that i uninstalled Microsoft mouse and keyboard center and solely use this program.

b the way I wonder if you have plan to port this great software to other Os like Linux ?

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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by phil » Thu Jul 18, 2013 10:01 am

Sorry, no plans to port to Linux/Mac. XMBC uses windows hooks so it would not port easily. Ive no idea if there is a similar concept in Linux/OSX (I guess there is but ive never developed software for either platform). I thought in Linux you could do all sorts of button configuration stuff already?!
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Re: What mice work with XMBC?

Post by XpanD » Tue Aug 06, 2013 8:38 am

I'm on Windows 8, using an Evoluent VerticalMouse 4 (right-handed, wireless). This mouse has 6 buttons (scroll wheel press included, sensitivity switches and scroll actions excluded), of which 5 work just fine. XMBC is replacing the somewhat shoddy drivers that come with this device, and it does that very well.

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