Logitech G-Hub 3/23 Update Causing Issues

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Re: Logitech G-Hub 3/23 Update Causing Issues

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If your on Windows 10, you really don't need "scroll window under cursor" because Windows 10 does it by default for *most* windows. Not all work but most do. XMBC can get those that don't work to work, but its not really necessary.

... Yes it might be useful to have the old G-Hub version to see if I can see a difference - sounds like I might need to do this in a VM to easily switch between snapshots and versions!

But no rush, I haven't got much free time right now to look into this - its defo a bit of a back burner thing!
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Re: Logitech G-Hub 3/23 Update Causing Issues

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Phil,

See my previous post (page 1 of our thread) for a link to instructions for rolling back versions.

No worries on back-burner on this. I have scroll wheel under cursor turned on because my side scroll won't work at all without it on. I would turn it off because it does lag up my work software considerably. If I turn it on through Windows 10 (I am on W10 btw) then it doesn't help the side scroll at all like it does by having it on through XMBC. It's like my side scroll functionality is running on fumes lol.

Good day to you. I appreciate you looking into this, at all. :)

Also, I'm not sure how GHUB will function on a VM. As in I'm not sure if it will force update like it does for me. I can roll back my version... enjoy a day or two of flawless mouse functionality, GHUB will update and I'm back to needing to roll it back again or deal with it functioning partially.

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Re: Logitech G-Hub 3/23 Update Causing Issues

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OK will do... Regarding the VM - we shall see.
It wont force update if the VM has no network (but then it maybe wont install at all!)
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Re: Logitech G-Hub 3/23 Update Causing Issues

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Phil,

I've been trying to get Logitech to help troubleshoot this as well. They're not giving me much, but they did tell me that in the March update I keep referring to they did add continuous horizontal scrolling for long press. Not sure if that would mean more to you than it does me lol. Not sure if that's something that could even break the way XMBC sees the side scroll buttons.

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Re: Logitech G-Hub 3/23 Update Causing Issues

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Probably - I presume they mean if you hold the tilt button down, it will continue scrolling horizontally. I suspect they are therefore intercepting the message and NOT using the standard windows wheel messages. If that is the case, then there is absolutely nothing XMBC can do about it, because its simply not getting the messages!
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