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Old 01-02-2018, 07:55 PM
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Default M65 PRO DPI binding issue

Just got the M65 Pro. Looking for a way to change DPI bindings. There doesn't appear to be any setting in the Actions menu of CUE2 that allows DPI changes on click. For example, I would like the Forward button to be a specific DPI setting and the DPI Down button to loop back to the top of the list upon hitting the bottom.

Is there any way to do this?
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Old 01-02-2018, 09:00 PM
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Open CUE and click on the profile you want to change. Go down the left hand menu to "DPI". Depending on how many profiles you have imported from other people, this could have a few as 1 or dozens of DPI profiles. It will name the profiles you create Default (1), Default (2), etc. You can link the same DPI profile to multiple Lighting Profiles, so you do not need to recreate it each time, just select it from the list after making the profile.

With the color and DPI setting revealed, it is a little more straightforward. You can have up to 5 settings. You can click them on and off with the toggle on the left side. You can reassign colors by clicking the color box, and of course the numeric DPI settings in increments of 100 on the M65 RGB/PRO.
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