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  1. :D finally after months of annoyance, I got upset enough to enter the corsair files and found where each button is defined, tinkered around until I got Left click able to be remapped, imagine it would apply to other corsair models as well. 1. go to : "C:\Program Files (x86)\Corsair\Corsair Utility Engine\devices" 2. open the xml of your device in notepad, for me "profile_scimitar.xml" 3. near the bottom is the line <protectedKeys size="dynamic"> <item>Mouse1</item> </protectedKeys> 4. remove the line Mouse1 to create <protectedKeys size="dynamic"> <item></item> </protectedKeys>
  2. Titanium is a white profile perfect to compliment a white-themed build/battlestation. [ame] [/ame] This is the eighth profile in a new series I'm creating under the current working title of "The Collection" Download Link Available On My Website: https://lewisgerschwitz.com/corsair.html Come join me on Discord! https://discord.gg/QFPXFnU
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