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CUE 2 has weird visual glitches in Windows 10


gyroknight
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So I'm currently on the latest Insider build of Windows 10, build 14936 with NVIDIA driver 373.06, and this is what I currently see in CUE:

 

http://i.imgur.com/RcuIbAS.png

 

I've already performed a repair installation, so that macro message is no longer applicable, but the UI is still the same weird white background, which is unusable.

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I'm guessing that CUE can't display correctly on my monitor for some reason. It doesn't match the shots of CUE in the manual for my keyboard, some tabs seem missing, and a dropdown icon menu covers up buttons (see attached screen shot). Any help would be appreciated because I just got this keyboard and do want to program some macros. Thank you.

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You're right, but is this the way things should be?

 

As a new owner of this keyboard, I can't figure out where to find essential menus and tabs in the CUE. For example, I found these instructions to create a macro that will launch a program from a G key:

 

Create a new action > Remap Key > Shortcut > Run the following program > Browse > Assign to G-KEY

 

But unfortunately when I try to follow these instructions, there is no "Remap Key" button or menu or whatever. So how do I do this??

 

Thank you.

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PM me and I'll give you a beta to try.

 

PM sent. Hopefully, the beta fixes it.

 

You're right, but is this the way things should be?

 

As a new owner of this keyboard, I can't figure out where to find essential menus and tabs in the CUE. For example, I found these instructions to create a macro that will launch a program from a G key:

 

Create a new action > Remap Key > Shortcut > Run the following program > Browse > Assign to G-KEY

 

But unfortunately when I try to follow these instructions, there is no "Remap Key" button or menu or whatever. So how do I do this??

 

Thank you.

 

You'll probably want to create your own separate thread, as your issue is unrelated to my issue. That being said, IIRC macros are set in CUE 2 by recording the macro and then applying the layer created to the desired G-Key by clicking on the key on the keyboard displayed while the macro's layer is active. I would try to confirm this, but as you can tell from my OP, that's not currently possible ATM. :/

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Any ETA or update on a resolution? Still happens on CUE 2.9.53 on latest GeForce Experience drivers 378.49.

 

Yes, I do have two monitors, one connected via DVI and one via HDMI.

 

I've downgraded back to CUE 1 since working older CUE is better than newer unusable CUE.

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