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Old 07-27-2019, 10:23 AM
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Default How do I change DPI up/down keys into hot keys?

Hi everyone. I just purchased the Corsair Nightsword RGB mouse, specifically because I like the design of the two buttons to the left of the left click.

My previous mouse had keys in the same location that I could re-program to turn into hot keys for certain actions when gaming.

I am trying to work out how I can do this on icue and I am struggling!

Anyone know how I can achieve making them mirror the front and back keys on the left side of the mouse, to be the same on the dpi up and down keys?

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Old 09-04-2019, 07:44 PM
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I have the similar question except for all buttons. I browse through videos tutorial and can't seem to find one that actually helps. I'm hoping people who see this can rate so we can get this thread answer promptly.
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Old 09-04-2019, 07:53 PM
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iCUE -> Mouse tab -> Actions -> + to add a new action

Change "Macro" from the drop down menu to A-Z, mouse buttons, or whatever else you want to assign to the mouse button. For example, to make "right click" do DPI down, choose Mouse Buttons, DPI down from the list, then click on the right mouse button to assign it.

Most other features work the same way with letter, symbol, and other keys broken into groups. You must have an actual button/action to bind to and one of the most common ways to set this up is to bind the in game key to letter (?), then assign a mouse button to copy that same letter.
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