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Old 08-17-2017, 10:24 PM
Sigtinius Sigtinius is offline
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Default CUE Issue | K70 RGB Lighting Issue | Default Profile Color Settings

Whenever I turn on my computer, my keyboard has a "saved" lighting that I used a while ago on a previous PC. Now whenever I turn my computer on, the K70 still defaults to this old color scheme unless I manually open CUE, where after a few moments, it resets itself and remembers it needs to be on the default profile I set it to. Is there a way to change the color scheme on the on-board memory to what I have the default profile to be within CUE and not some random color scheme I used long ago? I've tried checking CUE on windows startup and that does nothing, I have to manually go into CUE each time I start up the PC to change the lighting to its default profile.

Old 08-18-2017, 09:26 AM
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With a given profile selected, you should see a vertical group of icons that allows you to specify a certain action for that profile. The first icon up from the trashcan allows you to save a static profile to the keyboard. Then, when CUE isn't running, that will be the lighting profile being used. See attached screenshot.
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Old 01-17-2018, 12:30 PM
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Thank you so much! This is what I was looking for. Working now!


cue, cue2, k70 rgb, lighting profile

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