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Old 03-23-2017, 11:23 PM
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Question Merging profiles/effects together???

Hi, I recently bought a K70 RGB and I've been playing with advanced effects on the keyboard. I managed to do a rainbow effect on my keyboard.



And now, what I would like to do, is add an effect which reverse all the colors of the rainbow whenever a key is pressed.

Right now, I have one effect for each color of the rainbow, but I would like to know if it is possible to merge all those effects into a single effect?



I tried to do a triggering effect (starts when the key of a section is pressed, and stops when the key is released). But the thing is that the effect only triggers with one color at a time, it does reverse the color, but I would like have colors reversed on the whole keyboard!



Please let me know if it isn't clear and if it's impossible to do this...

Thank you for the help and support!
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Create two profiles, one with lighting reverse, and set the keys to perform a profile switch while key is held down (and retaining original key output).
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