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Old 11-22-2017, 08:50 AM
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Exclamation K95 RGB MACRO Programming WITHOUT CUE (revisit)

I just read the old thread (http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=134475)
not sure if this possible as i have not found away to do this on the new k95 am current running autohotkey and task scheduler to fire my macro using my onboard profiles (no cue need)

but i was wondering if there was a way corsair could enable a link to onboard memory and a flashdrive to store macros? is that possible?

maybe cue 3 will make a file on pc and store everything on it which will be linked to onboard memory ( no need store lighting profiles on hardware instead a link could be stored which will activate on a press ( A see So many bugs maybe a Utlra settings can be choosen were we can play around till it breaks and the restore it again)

these are just ideas no idea if it will work or its possible as everything is created in a way a user can not tamper with it.

This keyboard is awesome and will be my baby till the end

not sure about cue after i set everything up ill just uninstall it as there is no point keeping it another software not worthy.

but maybe am wrong who knows.......

(I love day dreaming )

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