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Old 12-24-2016, 11:57 PM
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The best way that I have found to do this is through macros.

Create the lighting effect that you want, and then disable it so that it doesn't activate on key press. Create a new macro, and as the action set it for a single key press with the Record function. Then press the flag button for "start settings" and select the lighting effect on that list. Then be sure to click the key that you want to activate on the on screen keyboard to bind the macro to it. That should do the work for you, but I'm having an issue with it making that key unresponsive, so YMMV.