does this mouse work with tiger software? (the 10.4.11 version)

does this mouse work with tiger software? (the 10.4.11 version)

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    It does work with Tiger but just as a regular mouse. I received mine today and works well as a click and drag mouse. Too bad gestures don't work but it's nice to be wireless again (lost my old one on a plane).

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  • Yes! BUT the touch scroll does not work.
    Only left and right click and normal tracking work.
    Will Apple provide a driver eventually?

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  • Yes. It works. I'm using it right now. Unfortunately, the touch scrolling does not work though.

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  • No. The minimum requirement is OSX Leopard. (10.5.8)

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  • the mouse works to move it around the scroller only works with 10.5.8 and higher.

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  • No. The earliest operating system software this mouse is compatible with is 10.5, likely a very current version of 10.5.

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  • No. The Magic Mouse system requirements state "Mac OS X v10.5.8 or later".

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  • No, Leopard (Mac OS 10.5.8) is the earliest OS version that will support the Magic Mouse.

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  • No, this mouse requires Mac OS 10.5.8 or higher to work properly. Some people have posted that it works with Tiger with general functionality (i.e. click and drag) and no support for gestures. In my book, this isn't working the way the mouse was intended to function. Thus, you cannot ever use the full power of the mouse and I would highly recommend upgrading your OS if you're using anything earlier than Mac OS 10.5.8.

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  • No. Leopard 10.5.8 is the earliest version supported

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  • According to the documentation, you must be running Leopard (10.5.8) or higher for it to work.

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  • Minimum Requirements:

    Mac OS X v10.5.8 or later with Wireless Mouse Software Update 1.0

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  • No the earliest version the magic mouse supports is Lepoard 10.5.8.

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  • No... v10.5.8 or higher

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  • Unfortunately not. The earliest OS that will work with the Magic Mouse is 10.5.8.

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  • No. The earliest version of the operating system that you can use with it is Mac OS 10.5.8.

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  • No, it will NOT work with Tiger. The documentation states that Magic Mouse requires Leopard 10.5.8 or later.

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  • No, To get to work you must have leopard installed with the 10.5.8 update & wireless mobile mouse 1.0 update installed.

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  • no, leopard 10.5.8 is the earliest version supported

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  • No. it is only supported by old leopard (10.5.8) and up.

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