While the GUI we are seeing is not completely new in its entirety, there are bits of it that are indeed new. The main page we see now offers the normal and battle modes above the image of the mouse with all of the default functionality listed next to it. To the right, you can customize the profiles, and is also where you can import, export, or delete said profiles. Below that we see buttons for performance, lighting, and one that links to a program so that every time that program is started the appropriate profile loads for it.
For those that have never used this software, when clicking on the battle tab at the top, you are given this explanation of what it will actually do.
If you click on any of the default button settings, this is the menu that comes up. The top tab offers, default, T-key, single key, sensitivity, launch program, profile switch, or disable as options. As to the mouse functions, this is where you can reassign the default functions to any of the buttons you see fit for them including volume options as well. You can also set the buttons to be used as keyboard button presses.
Under the Macro tab, the options are wide open. At the left is where you can create, import, export, or delete Macros from the onboard memory, with delays auto detected, set to a specific limit, or ignoring them all together. The small window to the left will show what you have on the memory, while the larger window to the right will show your Macro commands and is where it can be edited and adjusted as well.
The performance tab is where the main controls for the Ventus X are located. First pick one of the five profiles, and below that you can set the DPI to one of the four settings. For each of them you can select anything from 100 DPI to 5700 DPI in 100 DPI increments, and even has the option to split the DPI between X and Y axis. At the bottom, we find LOD control, and polling rate adjustments.
The lighting tab is the last thing to cover with the GUI. Here you can turn on or off the scroll wheel lighting as well as the battle dragon logo, but remember, if you selected battle mode in the main window, it will override what you have set here; i.e. the lighting will flash with clicks when turned on, not stay on full time.
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