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Old 11-25-2019, 06:07 PM
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1) You have two native profile switch up/down buttons on that mouse and they are right behind the scroll wheel. No further mapping is necessary. Each will send you one profile up or down on the iCUE profile menu list found on the left side of iCUE. The "DPI lights" will turn on during the profile shift to indicate you have shifted there as well. Each profile is capable of having its own distinct DPI settings, but you need to set that up within each profile. When iCUE is running the profile will shift through your software profiles. When iCUE is not running, it will shift through the three hardware profiles listed as Ironclaw Wireless RGB HW1-HW3.

2) Take the easy way out and go to Actions, + for a new one, Remap A-Z, and assign the letter e to the DPI up button on that section of the mouse. Now it will behave like a normal "e" key. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

3) This should also be a simple remap under the "mouse button" sub menu. Select sniper. Assign to the forward mouse key. You must hold it down to trigger the DPI shift.
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