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Old 12-20-2017, 06:56 PM
xGarlaenx xGarlaenx is offline
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Default K70 RGB - Set All Keys to a Single Color?

With CUE v2 is there any way to set all of the keys to a solid color? It seems I have to add a color effect for each key and it can only do one key per color effect? Is there a way to do this with one effect for all keys a single color? Thanks!

Old 12-20-2017, 08:23 PM
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In CUE, select your keyboard, then select "Lighting Effects" from the menu on the left. While on this screen, you can hold down SHIFT to drag a box around groups of keys. The current selected lighting effect will be applied to all keys.

So, if you want an all white board, hit the + to add an effect, select static, and set the color to white. Now that the color and effect are active, SHIFT drag over the entire keyboard. There will be a little yellow tint applied to interface for affected keys. SHIFT drag again will unselect that group of keys. One thing to watch is if you click on the keyboard without holding shift, it will apply the effect to the spot you picked, at the expense of everything else. That one takes a little getting used to.

Old 12-21-2017, 12:51 PM
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Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!

That works! I googled this and did a forum search and it was not obvious to me.


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