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Old 04-03-2017, 11:54 AM
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Hello,

I'm new to using Corsair, and I have a question.

I've got a Sabre RGB and K95 RGB Platinum, and with the Sabre you can edit the color of the DPI light on the mouse.
So, I wonder if there's any way to sync it with the keyboard so that the "top light bar" of the keyboard (if that makes any sense)
is the same as the DPI light on the mouse when you change the DPI.

Not a necessary function really, but would be cool if it's possible.

Thanks in advance.
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as of right now its not possible but that's actually a neat idea.
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Define a profile switch for your DPI buttons, with the advanced "retain original key", and have the lighting settings in the new profile set the "top light bar" to match the color of your DPI light.
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