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Use macro keys as separate clipboard?


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Hello,

 

I've recently been wondering if it is possible to use the G keys on my corsair k95 to create a spearate clipboard for copy/paste.

 

I would like to press e.g G1 for copy marked text, then proceed to use CTRL + V for some time and using it for different text, then press e.g G2 and paste the text that I copied with G1 earlier on

 

Is this possible in any way?

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I think I understand what you are trying to do, are you just trying to assign G1 to "CTRL + C" and G2 to "CTRL + V"?

 

If so you would just need to create and action, select Remap Key and select "keystroke" for typing function and then enter the combination in and assign it to the G key you desire.

 

Hopefully this is what you're inquiring about

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