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Old 09-23-2016, 10:39 AM
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Question Explanation on how to make SDK´s needed


I´m a new owner of an K70 Lux RGB and curious on how to make my own unique patterns for my keyboard. I´ve seen some very good ones like the music visualization so far.

Is there a beginner tutorial or something like that. Or can someone explain me how to install premade SDK so I can use them. I´m a bit confused because by that short explanations like you need that thing and this program and there you go.

Old 09-26-2016, 03:05 PM
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This is for programmer so you can write your own application which can interact with the keyboard.
Old 10-24-2016, 12:42 PM
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First: learn C++ (it may seem a bit scary if you're new, but learning is fun :D )
Second: You will know what to do with the SDK, it's not that complicated once you have the knowledge

To install others programs you just run the .exe, they should include all necessary files in the download, but if you get errors about missing .dlls then you can download the dlls from corsairs website(support->downloads->sdk

explanation, how to, sdk

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