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  1. I'm using iCue software v3.37.140 and trying to do something as simple as a SHIFT + A as a macro test. I've tried both MACROS and KEYSTROKE to do this. I then assign a G key to the macro. We'll use G6 as my example. I then go to "Onboard Profiles" and click on one of my 3 onboard profiles. I've tried both CLEAR -> OVERWRITE and SAVE on an empty profile. NOTE: Inside the "Hardware Actions" section when I do this, a yellow exclamation at the bottom says, "Hardware Actions need to be saved to the device and are active when iCUE is not running." I go to NOTEPAD and press the corresponding hotkey (G6) and nothing happens. Things I've tried to fix this: 1. Repair the iCUE software. 2. Unplugged\replugged in my K95 usb plugs. 3. Googled the hell out of how to fix this. I read a lot about this being an issue. IS IT? These keyboards aren't cheap and you would think they would package it with good software. Are there any solutions to this issue? Anything from Corsair? Screenshot of what my Hardware profile screen looks like is attached.
  2. I want my keyboard to change color when a macro is active (repeatedly pressing space) it is on toggle. I have tried to make a macro that activates a the other macro and switches the profile to green so i know that it is on. But the macro only presses the key on the keyboard.
  3. I really like the ability to record macros with the iCUE software for my Corsair products. But I am missing a hotkey to start recording a macro. Does anyone know the hotkey to start recording a macro in the iCUE software? Thanks :biggrin: Edit: I found out the way how to do it, but it seems to not record any mouse movement or mouse clicks. How do i fix that?
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