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  1. Hi, I would like to create a simple application which would turn off the leds when user is idle for X second, and turn all LED-s on when user is back. I need this because my computer runs about 10-16hours per day, and I'm afraid that LEDs will start to fail after a few years. Plus it is annoying that LEDs are lighting when I'm away from computer. It is possible with current iCUE SDK? I just would like to set intensity of keyboard LEDs to 0 and back to 2 (medium) when I'm back. I'm home in C, but I was unable to find a function which sets intensity of LEDs like that specific key. https://kepkuldes.com/images/4665e14128c1794281e619f37eb6a64e.jpg E: I was able to do tihs with a single key to directly switch to a black profile where LEDs are off and in this profile switch back to the main profile where LEDs are on, but the problem now is when I press Windows + L to lock my computer, LEDs will shine again. Any idea for this? But the best soluton would be in C still. Thanks!
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