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Old 06-06-2018, 09:10 PM
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Question Reassign volume buttons in iCue?

I just got my new Strafe RGB and downloaded iCue, but I can't figure out how to set keys to modify the volume. The media keys seem to be missing. Is it because they are combined with the f keys? Also, macros don't seem to be able to record the fn button. How can I fix this?
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The Strafe doesn't have dedicated media keys. Macros can not use the FN key, but you should have the option to rebind the media functions to any key through a remap.
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The Strafe doesn't have dedicated media keys. Macros can not use the FN key, but you should have the option to rebind the media functions to any key through a remap.
In the original post, I probably should have specified that the remap doesn't show media keys as something you can remap to. I'm still not finding it.

EDIT: Never mind; I found it.
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