Once the software is downloaded and installed, the software will launch to the Main Control tab. With a large image of the keyboard in the middle, it leaves us with the panel at the bottom for creating, loading or saving profiles, and even shows the Macro Manager to the right.
We also find that if you select a key on the keyboard in the middle, a smaller window will open, and allow you to remap and program the key as well.
This window will allow you to create a profile. Here, you can name the profile so that you can keep track of it later, and you can also tie a game to it. This way, when the game is loaded, the profile kicks right into action.
Under the following tab, we address the Macro Keys, and this time they are shown off to the left. You will always want to make sure you are on the correct profile. All six of these T-keys will work on the three profiles, so in total, there are eighteen profiles that can be assigned at once.
Of course, we also need a Macro menu, and this software offers just that. This is where you can create, edit, import, and export other macros - that's really everything you need. Things are basic, but it is pretty intuitive, and offers time delays, and looping ability.
Under the last tab, we can change the advanced settings on the CHALLENGER Prime. Here you can pick the polling rate, set the response time from 8ms down to 1ms, and address the LED color. You can also set the intensity here. Of course, this can all be done on the keyboard as well, but since we are already here, why not set them too?
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- Page 2 [Packaging and Documentation]
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