andrew

Members
  • Content Count

    2
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About andrew

  • Rank
    LED Head
  1. Hey, I know it's been a while since you asked this and maybe you've already figured it out, but I looked around for a while and wasn't able to find an answer myself. After playing around with the software some more, I was able to figure out that the "MOUSE COMBO" mappings are triggered by holding down the DPI selector button behind the scroll wheel and clicking the desired mapped button. In the attached example screenshot, holding the DPI selector button, then clicking the button labeled "PROFILE CYCLE[+]" will cycle through the profiles defined in the "PROFILES" tab at the top right. Hope this helps
  2. Hey, I know it's been a while since you asked this and maybe you've already figured it out, but I looked around for a while and wasn't able to find an answer myself. After playing around with the software some more, I was able to figure out that the "MOUSE COMBO" mappings are triggered by holding down the DPI selector button behind the scroll wheel and clicking the desired mapped button. In the example screenshot above, holding the DPI selector button, then clicking the button labeled "PROFILE CYCLE[+]" will cycle through the profiles defined in the "PROFILES" tab at the top right. Hope this helps