Q31918: Problems with CodeView and Logitech Mouse with Older Drivers
Article: Q31918 Product(s): See article Version(s): 2.00 2.10 2.20 Operating System(s): MS-DOS Keyword(s): ENDUSER | | mspl13_basic Last Modified: 23-JAN-1990 Incompatibility problems have been reported with Logitech's mouse and CodeView. Some of the problems encountered are as follows: 1. The Logitech mouse fails to function correctly with CodeView Version 2.20 when in 43-line mode. The characters within highlighted cells are incorrect until they are unhighlighted. 2. When in either 43-line or 25-line mode, garbage characters are occasionally found at the DOS prompt following an exit from CodeView. The problems seem to be with Versions 3.20 and earlier of the Logitech mouse driver. An update of the mouse driver is available that corrects these problems. Logitech can be reached at (415) 795-0427. Logitech also has a bulletin board service, which may contain the latest driver and can be reached at (415) 795-0408. A Microsoft Mouse or 100 percent Microsoft-compatible mouse is required for use with CodeView. In addition, you must use Microsoft's mouse driver Version 6.00 or later, or a driver that exactly emulates these Microsoft drivers.
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