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Can I assign a profile to a keyboard button on iCUE?


jl94x4
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So the title may seem a little bit weird, and vague so I'll try to clear it up as best I can.

 

I have 6 HD fans, 4 LEG strips, K70, M65 and the MM800. I created a profile with everything synced up and it looks awesome, however sometimes I don't want the case lights on, such as when watching a movie, so I made a profile with everything synced but the fans/strips turned off.

 

Is there a way I can assign the 2nd profile to a keyboard button, so once pressed it'd theoretically turn off the STRIPS/FANS because it'd change to the profile where I turned them off..

 

Sounds confusing right? Hopefully you get what I mean.

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new action from the action menu on the left with the keyboard selected first, then go to the dropdown may say macro and choose profile switching in the list and do direct selection and add your "off" profile. and bind it to a key by selecting the key.

 

Let us know if you have further q's

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I made 4 different profiles with increasing levels of brightness for the same color scheme and set it to cycle through the appropriate profile when I hit the 'brightness' key on my STRAFE keyboard. So now the brightness for the whole system changes with the keyboard.
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