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Old 01-01-2019, 03:17 PM
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Question iCUE Keeps switching between profiles whilst gaming

I have created a profile for 7 Days To Die and I have the default one. When I game and press the key (either toggle or just press and hold) it keeps switching between default and the game as I can monitor it on another screen.

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  • I created a 7 Days To Die Profile and it is under a folder called gaming and default is just on top.
  • I went to Edit Profile and linked the game and icon for the game.
  • I opened ACTIONS and created a Remap Mouse Button that uses left click to replace the button Q.
  • I Started the game and it switches to the 7 Days To Die profile. I hold in the remapped key and it works for a few seconds then iCUE switches to default and back breaking the function of the remapped key. Whether it's on toggle or not.

Oh and just a bonus. After the recent iCUE update my "i" key sometimes randomly inserts double characters with only one press ex: ii
I have 2 Corsair K95 RGB Mechanical Keyboards (Those with the extra 18 G-Keys to the left of the keyboard) and they give both the same result. They are also different versions

Keyboard Firmware: v.2.05
iCUE Software Version: 3.10.125
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Old 01-01-2019, 09:55 PM
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try without the folder?
shouldnt matter but worth a shot. Someone else complained RE the same, but I use the profile binding all the time and it works like 99.999% of the time through many versions.

also no keys are set to profile switch that might be triggered on accident?
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Old 01-02-2019, 11:49 AM
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try without the folder?
shouldnt matter but worth a shot. Someone else complained RE the same, but I use the profile binding all the time and it works like 99.999% of the time through many versions.

also no keys are set to profile switch that might be triggered on accident?
None of those worked tho, no keys are bound to switch profiles..
Although I did find a workaround, but it's irritating as heck to do as I had removed the Profile's link to the program that makes the profile automatically start.
I now have to manually select or bind the profile to a key for it to constantly stay that way and not switch back to default and then manually switch back to default after I'm done playing. Hope they will fix this!

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Old 01-02-2019, 04:39 PM
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do you know if the game may be launching some other application or process? Some anti cheat methods rotate the name of the game or do other masking of the memory offset. It could be related. or the exe you bound it to could be launching another exe? can you see what is running in Processes, or under details the tabs in the task manager ?
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