Link Keyboard and Mouse with Easy Switch Buttons
Logitech...Why has this not been addressed yet. I have seen many posts about linking a keyboard and mouse together with the Easy Switch keys of the keyboard any yet you have done nothing to fix this except responding to users with empty promises of looking into this,
You have said:
"we will look at this for turuter updates,,,"
"We can't do this without redesign of the hardware" - I call bullshit on this one as it is not a hardware issue if you already have this working with FLOW.
Get off your ass and fix this. If I can move my mouse cursor from one computer screen to another and both the mouse and keyboard switch seamlessly then it is possible to do the same by pressing one of the easy switch buttons on the keyboard.
I hate using Flow because too often when my cursor gets too close to the screen edge when working it switches and sometimes switching back takes a couple of seconds and this is annoying so I turn Flow off. But having to press 2 buttons to switch both keyboard and mouse is just as annoying.
PLEASE FIX THIS - WE HAVE ONLY BEEN ASKING FOR 2+ YEARS!!!!!
Everytime there is an update of the logitech options software I'm hoping that this functionality is in the software.
It is incredible that this feature still isn't in there. I am currently using Logitech Flow (together with the hold Ctrl Btn and move to the edge), but is not perfect. It would be so logical to just push the button on the keyboard and switch the 2 devices, instead of also turning over your mouse and pushing another button.
Please logitech engineers, come up with a solution. As a software developer I understand that hardware updates are necessary if you would want this functionality without extra software but it should be possible using the current hardware by elevating the functionality in logitech options software.
This... 100% this this this.
One of the computers I use my keyboard and mouse on is locked down and I can't use flow with it. So I must flip the mouse and touch it's belly to switch between computers.
I don't know why I thought getting the keyboard would help with this, but I did. I would not have purchased the keyboard at all if I had known up front that the buttons on the keyboard wouldn't make the mouse switch, too. I was totally expecting this to work similar to a KVM switch I used to use.
The keyboard arrived yesterday. I hooked it up today. And now I'm sorely disappointed. That's what I get for ASSuming.
Waste. Of. Money.
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