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  • 4.0 stars

    "So far no issues..."

    September 23, 2009  |   By JohnTWolff


    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    Like others, I hacked around 3.0 by installing from the buried package, and copying Expose and Spaces from their new Snow Leopard locations in Utilities, back into Applications.

    The 3.1 Control Center installed as expected, without summersaults above, and lo and behold -- when I deleted the copied Expose and Spaces, all things worked as they did in Leopard.

    Back to normal.

    I only wish Logitech had been ready on day one. This certainly looks to be only a 64-recompile of a 32-bit driver. It's not like Snow Leopard was an ambush.

    Still, thanks for update.

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