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G600 MMO Gaming Mouse  M/N: M-U0035

Using G-Shift on the G600 gaming mouse

Updated:  08/31/2014 07:55 PM

You can use G-Shift to give any button on a G600 gaming mouse an alternate function, and then access that function by holding down the G-Shift button.


Assigning a button as G-Shift

By default, G-Shift is assigned to the rightmost button on the top of the mouse, but you can assign the G-Shift function to any button.

G900 Gaming Mouse G-Shift

To assign another button as G-Shift:

  1. Open the Logitech Gaming Software:

    Start > All Programs > Logitech > Logitech Gaming Software 8.x

  2. Click the Customize buttons icon at the bottom of the window.

    G600 Customize Buttons

  3. Right-click the button you want to assign to G-Shift, and then select Edit.

  4. In the left pane, click Mouse Function.

  5. In the right pane, under Button functions, select G-Shift.

  6. Click OK.


Setting up G-Shift functionality

After you've assigned at least one button as G-Shift, you can set up alternate functions for the mouse buttons.

To assign a G-Shift command:

  1. Open the Logitech Gaming Software:

    Start > All Programs > Logitech > Logitech Gaming Software 8.x

  2. Click the Customize buttons icon at the bottom of the window.

    NOTE: You can set up G-Shift functions in either On-Board Memory or Automatic Game Detection mode.

    G600 Customize Buttons

  3. The screen will now change to show the button-configuration view. Look for the Normal/G-Shift toggle switch on the left.

    G600 Normal/G-Shift Toggle

    NOTE: If you don't see the Normal/G-Shift toggle switch, make sure you have at least one button set as G-Shift.

  4. Click G-Shift. The toggle should move, and each button label will display a key combination with a green background.

    G-Shift Keys

  5. You can now set an alternate function for any button using the key combination shown. The alternate function will only activate when the G-Shift key is held and the desired button is pressed.

    NOTE: G-Shift is an alternate state. You can't set G-Shift as the default button assignment.

Additional information

For help with assigning your gaming-mouse buttons, see answer 26862.


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