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Old 03-31-2017, 04:24 PM
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Question Can I customize my m65 lighting settings?

Is there a way to make it so when I type on my non-corsair keyboard, it activates lighting link type lighting (ripple)? Also, can I configure it so that the back light turns on when I left click, not right click?

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Being that it's a non corsair keyboard, I don't think so. The keyboard needs to be able to sync the keyboard to CUE.
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Is there a way to make it so when I type on my non-corsair keyboard, it activates lighting link type lighting (ripple)? Also, can I configure it so that the back light turns on when I left click, not right click?

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If your non-Corsair keyboard supports callouts, then certainly you can have it use the CUE SDK to control any Corsair lighting that you do have, but you will need to program this feature yourself or get somebody to do it for you.
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Old 04-12-2017, 04:08 PM
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Sadly type lighting triggers can only be recognized by a Corsair keyboard if you're only using CUE. Comet is correct in that people can create their own SDK to do so, however.
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