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brainless last won the day on February 14 2017

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  1. BF1 should work theoretical: https://github.com/antonpup/Aurora/issues/130#issuecomment-312664201 but I don't have BF1 to test it. ;):
  2. You can get The Division RGB lighting with Aurora. Aurora supports all Corsair RGB keyboards and mice. ;):
  3. I have the same problem. In the meantime (until this bug get fixed) you can backup your profiles folder manually, so you don't need to re-create every folder every time you start your PC. You can find the profiles folder here: %appdata%/Corsair/CUE/profiles
  4. DPI light controll through CUE SDK would be nice!
  5. 8 keys light up in a perfect 8 frames circle loop ;): (see attachment)8framescircle.cueprofile 8framescircle_fix.cueprofile FC_Menu.cueprofile
  6. Nice, I like this one even more than Crimson. :D:
  7. Yup, I always backup my %appdata%\Corsair\CUE\profiles folder before updating. ;):
  8. Wait! What?! You don't like your Strafe, M65Pro RGB and the Void Headset anymore because Corsair is releasing RGB RAM? :confused: That's by far the stupidest thing I've read here! :roll:
  9. But this makes things much easier. Before this update you needed to add second macros to every key you want to use Actions and original output. Now you can just check this box and you are fine. Much easier to switch a Action to another key or and more Actions. ;): Alot of people here want to start lighting effects on a key without losing the original functionality. There were workarounds like you said. And yes the demand for this feature was very high.
  10. CUE can do this for like forever. Just link a profile with an application. (See Edit Profile > Link profile to program) ;):
  11. The M key needs to be added to the corresponding layers. ;): There seems to be a bug with converting CUE1 profiles to CUE2 where the M key goes missing.
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