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Bonjour, Je me pose une question, je viens d'acheter un tapis de souris MM800 RGB, que j'aime beaucoup. Le seul point négatif est qu'au démarrage du PC, le RGB par défaut est en mode arc en ciel, pas très joli à mon goût... Y a-t-il un moyen de changer cela, pour avoir une couleur fixe, ou même qu'il soit éteint jusqu'au démarrage de icue? (Même problème avec le support de casque ST100). Merci par avance!
Hi, I've connected my new M55 to iCUE 3.18.77 and I'd like to save a black lighting effect profile to the device as the default so it keeps that colour scheme even when iCUE is not running. I can't seem to find the buttons to load/store the profile to the device. Any help? Do I need an older version of the software to do that? If so, is there an official corsair link I could use? Thanks a lot! meph
I have multiple profiles that have no app assigned so when i leave an assigned profile (such as going to the desktop) it will try to use one of the other profiles that is not default. which doesn't light up my RGB how i would like it to when I'm on the desktop I can think of 2 solutions off the top of my head: 1. Add a checkbox that makes a profile default on the same tab where you would enter the assigned application path. 2. Always prefer the topmost profile for default. Using iCUE 3.13.94 Another unrelated suggestion: Make it so we can sync actions/macros across profiles within the same folder (maybe even lighting to) (in a addition way, so they can have there own unique actions but have some shared actions aswell) (an easy way of doing this would be just to treat the folder as a profile and being able to add actions/macros/lighting to the folder that will be available in all its child profiles)
I'm using the Void Pro RGB Wireless headset. According to iCUE it is on the latest firmware version: v0.15. I am using Windows 10 64-bit. My problem is that after turning the headset off, it remains enabled in the sound & playback settings (both playback and recording). Because the headset speakers and mic are set as the default devices, they hijack any audio input or output despite being turned off. Is this a bug? Is there a fix for it? Or am I doing something wrong with the default device settings? (I've set the headset to default device and default communications device)