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Old 10-04-2017, 12:58 PM
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Default How to change colour of entire keyboard with only one key (toggle)

I know I can change the colour of the entire keyboard and back again when I press a key and press it again. (like a toggle)

but I can't find a way to have 1 key which changes the entire keyboard and back again if I press it again like a toggle.

When I create a solid colour and have:
Start - on key pressed
Stop - on key press

If I assign this to actions key macro, it instead uses the lighting timer than the start/stop.


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In your initial profile, let's call it "profile 1", define the color of the entire keyboard, and assign it to all keys.
Duplicate this profile, and let's call it "profile 2", and define the second color of the keyboard, and assign it to all keys.
In profile 1, define a key to switch to profile 2.
In profile 2, define the same key to switch to profile 1.

Now you have 1 key which changes the entire keyboard and back again if I press it again like a toggle.

P.S. Using CUE, it is good to put the two related profiles into the same "profile folder".


 

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