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Old 09-24-2019, 01:58 PM
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Originally Posted by mcliff View Post
Could we get the ability to send from the keyboard Unicode keys? This would be particularly useful for those of us using things like the K95 RGB for doing work in Classical Languages.
The Corsair keyboards are programmable, so you can unplug the keyboard from your home computer and plug it in at a gaming competition machine. In order for this to work, the USB keyboards must follow the USB specification, specifically, Chapter 10 on Keyboard (page 253).

There are 231 defined keys, and a total of 65535, if you include the reserved ones. iCUE lets you rebind different physical keys to act like different defined keyboard keys. Note that Unicode comprises 1.1 million code points -- there simply is no way to even specify that a keyboard key should be like a key labelled with an arbitrary glyph in Unicode.

There are, however, workarounds. You can use iCUE to define each key in a profile to send a particular string, and that string can be copy/pasted from Character Map or BabelMap or any other source, and pasted into the TEXT definition for the key, which you would use in iCue in lieu of macro recording.


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Old 10-06-2019, 10:40 AM
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Not sure if this had been mentioned but I think it would be nice to have a feature to be able to turn off RGB for certain times. If you have your computer in an area of the house and say want to turn off the RGB at night.


 

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