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  1. I recently bought myself a Corsair M65 Pro RGB. On my previous mouse, a Logitech M705, I had set buttons 4 and 5 to "Cruise Up" and "Cruise Down." This meant that when I held them down, they would scroll smoothly. I am looking to do the same with my M65. I am aware that you can set a repeating macro to scroll up/down, however, this scrolls very abruptly, one line at a time. Is there a way to set a button to scroll smoothly within iCUE? Or is this simply not possible? Even if I could scroll in smaller increments more frequently, this would be very helpful. However, I find "scroll 1/2 line" to be an unlikely option.
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