Dec 182017
 
Paramaters For Logitech Mouse Driver. Direct Form Logitech Forum on Compu$erve.
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Paramaters For Logitech Mouse Driver. Direct Form Logitech Forum on Compu$erve.
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Mouse Parameters for version 6.00:

Basic parameters for all mice:

*Ballistic Effect*

BHIGH- Sets the ballistic effect to high.
BLOW- Sets the ballistic effect to low.
BON- Turns the ballistic effect on.
BOFF- Turns the ballistic effect off.

*Sensitivity*

S00-S10 - Set the degree of sensitivity for the mouse.
(example MOUSE S06 or MOUSE S09)

*Button Swap*

SWAP- Toggles the left and right mouse button functionality.
MSWAP- Toggles the middle and right mouse button functionality.
NOTE: For TrackMan Portable users, left button corresponds
to top button and right button corresponds to the
bottom button.

*Status*

?- The status parameter displays the current mouse driver
settings.

*Number of Buttons*

2K- Sets the middle mouse button to act like a Left-Right button
3K- Sets the middle mouse button to act as a seperate button.

*Cursor Enhancement*

Cenhance- Loads cursor enhancements with default settings.

NOTE: This parameter will only work when first loading the
mouse driver.
CSLOW- Sets text mouse cursor to blink slow.
CFAST- Sets text mouse cursor to blink fast.
COFF- Sets text mouse cursor not to blink.
LCURSOR - Displays hardware text cursor with a rectangular block, and
displays the graphics with a reverse video block.
DCURSOR - Disables lcursor.
TON- Displayed hardware and software text cursor with a tail.
TOFF- Disables the tail.

*Drag-Lock*

DLEFT- Sets the left or top button for drag-lock.
DRIGHT- Sets the right or bottom button for drag-lock.
DNONE- Disables drag-lock.

*Remove from Memory*

OUT- Removes the mouse driver from memory.

NOTE: If you use the OUT parameter, you must remove MOUSE,
LOGIMENU, and CLICK in the reverse order that you
load them.

*Type*

Note: These parameters will work only when first loading
the mouse driver in memory.

BUS- Forces the driver to look at the bus port.
PS2- Forces the driver to look at the PS/2 port.
SER- Forces the driver to look at the serial port.
1- Configures the mouse for COM port 1.
2- Configures the mouse for COM port 2.


Mouse Driver Parameters for SERIAL MICE:

NOTE: Parameters with a "C" in parenthesis will work with the
Series 7 and 9 type mouse. Parameters with an "M" in
parenthesis will work with Series M mice. Type MOUSE ?
to find out which type of mouse is being used.

*Report Rate*

10 (C)- Sets the report rate (signal per second from the mouse to the
computer) to 10.
50 (C) - Sets the report rate to 50.
150 (C) - Sets the report rate to 150.

*Baud Rate*

1200 (C)- Sets the report rate (information exchange rate between the mouse
and the computer) to 1200.
2400 (C)- Sets the baud rate to 2400.
4800 (C)- Sets the baud rate to 4800.
9600 (C)- Sets the baud rate to 9600.

*Protocol*

MM (C)- Sets the protocol (data tranmission regulator) for MM Series mouse.
5b (C)- Sets the protocol for 5-byte packed binary.
RE (C)- Sets the protocol for relative bit pad one.
MI (M)- Sets the protocol to two-button Microsoft compatible three-byte
format.
MP (M)- Sets the protocol to three-button Microsoft compatible four-byte
format.

*Inital Settings*

INIT- Resets the mouse driver

(M) Cordless- Report 100, Baud 9600, Protocol MP.
(M) - Report 100, Baud 1200, Protocol MP.
(C)- Report 150, Baud 2400, Protocol MM.



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