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  1. tl;dr: I'd like to ask for adding an option for continuous wave effect (or x-time repeat) looping. Hi, I've spent last few days playing around with lighting profiles on my K100 and found the iCUE software rather cumbersome to use when creating wave effects. Although the wave effect is already present, I couldn't find a way to make it continuous even when trying to stack multiple waves on top of each other. Would it be possible to add a tick box for wave effect for continuous looping (another wave will start right at the end of tail of previous one)? As far as I know, the only way to create continuous looping wave is to use gradient effect with many layers to simulate moving of the wave. However, this approach is really cumbersome and complicated. In addition, there is (almost) no way to make the wave move in a straight line due to the way alphabetic keys are positioned, just take a look at the profile in the link below: https://alex.krastev.org/users/profiles/699/profile Notice, that the wave is angled on the left side of keyboard and then straightens on the right. Technically, it should be possible to make it straight across whole keyboard, but that would require creating a layer for individual keys that are not aligned in straight columns. However, I assume that the amount of layers needed for this would exceed the limitations of iCUE. But even if it would be doable, the process is just way too complex. On the other hand, the wave effect already works in a perfect straight line, however, the looping option is sadly missing. This would make creation of wave effects much easier.
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