Logitech diNovo Edge KeyboardMakaveli - August 14, 2007
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Now that all of the Function keys are customized, let's move on. The next thing you can do is configure your zoom settings for those zoom buttons on the left of the keyboard. The TouchDisc scroll options are listed here as well, but once you click to configure them, you'll be directed over to the "My Mouse" settings within SetPoint.
If you've ever configured a mouse using Logitech's SetPoint software, you'll notice that setting up the TouchDisc mouse is exactly the same. You start with being able to configure the vertical and horizontal scroll speed. The next thing you can configure is the mouse speed, acceleration, and pointer trails.
The last configuring that you'll be allowed to do is to customize the document flip ability. You can't change the left and right buttons below the TouchDisc pad, but you can change what happens when you click them simultaneously which by default is document flipping. The last thing that I checked out was the battery life page. You can see how many days or percent is left of the charge. At full charge, the keyboard will last for 60 days!
Now that we've successfully configured the keyboard, let's test it out!