View Full Version : tutorial won't work
12-12-2007, 06:16 PM
Tried interactive tutorial and got stymied at second step, holding down the middle mouse button to rotate camera view, it won't . The wheel zooms the view, but holding down and moving the mouse does nothing, and of course I can't continue in the tutorial without completeing that 'essential' step.
And it is a MICROSOFT MOUSE!!! The middle button works fine in all my other RTS games, just not this one. And of course you can't reassign it since there are no commands in the option menu for camera control.
What gives, who beta tested this thing?
Can anyone help????
12-12-2007, 08:15 PM
this happened to me and a couple others a well
02-09-2008, 12:20 PM
Im having the same problem. I try to play the interactive tutorial and when i get to the second step i cant use the middle mouse button to rotate the camera. Not only will it not work in the tutorial but surprise surprise it doesn't work in game either. This is especially annoying when enemy units or you're units go behind buildings and you cant seem to control them or make you're units attack when behind obstacles. I cant understand how this game went to shelves when you cannot get past the second step in the tutorial, the tutorial is the first thing everyone plays to get a feel for the game. It isn't much fun jumping into the game itself and try to learn everything on you're own. I have been using both logitech mice i own and neither wants to work. I installed the patch and the patch didn't help, please sega fix this problem this game looks like alot of fun but ive been trying to fix bugs more then ive been playing the game..... HELP MEEEEEEE
02-11-2008, 03:12 PM
Anyone who is experiencing this problem - please pm me with your dxdiag. I can determine the common factors and hopefully help solve the error.
How to get your dxdiag:
-Click the Start Menu (or orb)
-In windows Vista, type "dxdiag" into the search bar, in XP click 'Run" then type "dxdiag"
-Click the "Save all information" button and save the file to a convenient location, such as your desktop.
-Copy and paste the contents of this file into your PM.
02-13-2008, 02:18 PM
I had this problem using my Logitech LX700, and specifically using a Logitech Cordless Click! Plus mouse.
Quickly fixed using Setpoint software that comes with the LX700;
- Open Setpoint
- My Mouse
- Select the mouse wheel (in my case button 3)
- Under the "Select Task" column choose "Other"
- Select "Generic Button" from the drop down menu that appears or from the "Select Function" button (or in some cases choose "Middle Button")
- All should be well.
If this still does not work, under mouse game settings, select Game Detection Enabled and "Apply Game Settings when a game is detected" and ensure only "keep mouse acceleration" and "keep mouse speed" are ticked.
Hope this helps any using Logitech.
03-02-2008, 11:46 AM
I am having this problem as well. I am using a dell mouse, I cannot find settings like the ones that were described anywhere....has anyone found a different solution?
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