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Old 08-05-2015, 03:20 AM
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Default Profiles on 2 different keyboards

Did a quick search and couldn't find anything on the topic, but I'm curious...

I bought 1 K95 RGB and loved it so much that I was hauling it to and from work each day. I just finished my new PC setup @ home so I decided I want to keep my current K95 @ home, but @ work I have a lot of profiles setup for making my work a little easier. I went through hours of cable management on my home system and really don't want to remove my K95 so I bought a second for work. Can I use the new K95 @ work and have it essentially "pick up" the profile settings that I was using or will I have to re-program all the macros? I would like to avoid both this and removing my older K95 due to all the cable management I've done.
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Old 08-05-2015, 06:25 AM
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You could just export profiles and take them with you to work on a USB and import the profiles there.
Alternatively you can upload the profiles somewhere to something like one drive (it's free)

Like you probably can copy/paste actions (macros) from the appdata and move them into the appdata at work where you can re-assign macros to keys.

Or just be lazy and copy paste the entire HID folder in appdata to your work.
Not sure if that works though never tried.

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Old 08-05-2015, 12:36 PM
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I use two K95 RGB keyboards (one at work and one at home) and as long as your profiles are in CUE you're good. That being said, I've not tried this with the new CUE 1.8 update because I have an M65 RGB I would like to control.
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