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  1. Adding buttons to start apps located in the AppData folder simply does not work for me. I get "The File cannot be accessed by the system" when trying to select the application to launch every time. This issue is present on ALL apps located under AppData. Most of the apps I am trying to add are ones I REALLY wanted to add to the Nexus, such as Spotify, the Xbox PC App, Discord,... I am logged in as admin (only account on pc), I have full control/permissions, tried making a shortcut (and placing that in various locations),... Am I missing something here?
  2. I am blind. I use reading software to read the screen. Unfortunately the graphical user interface of the korsair icue software is not readable to my software. Nor is it readable to windows narrator. is there anyway I can find out where the macros are stored on the hard drive itself? they have to be coded in some type of file on the drive. Perhaps I could manually entering the key bindings through code thereby avoiding having to use the inaccessible graphical user interface. I do know some computer programming C++ etc. Any help anyone has on finding these files would be greatly appreciated
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