With the software for the Zora now installed, we open it up and find this. At the top right corner, you can turn the LEDs on and off as well as selection a language before you run into the tabs across the top, of which, we have the Main Control tab open. Here we can address the seven buttons on the left and re-assign them to do different things.
On the right side of the Zora mouse images, we find four levels of DPI we can adjust. These settings seen now are not the defaults; they are actually about double what the settings are out of the box. The last thing to discuss are the five profiles across the bottom and the default color set to each of those profiles.
As to just what you can do with the buttons, we opened the menu to show this. You can change the basic mouse functions, swap in some gaming specific uses that are expanded now, and can also use it to set keyboard commands, disable them, or change it back to default if you mess things up. If you plan to set Macros, be sure to either import them or record them before trying to set them to a button.
The Performance tab brings more options to change and control. There are the report rate, polling rate, or response time adjustments. That is followed up with scroll wheel speed adjustment and as well for pointer acceleration. The right side then offers the ability to put the mouse in light saving mode with a timer for inactivity; you can select the AFM scroll wheel effect, which when the timer expires, it allows the LED to cycle through all of the colors it offers. Then lastly at the bottom there is an adjustment for the double click speed needed to open programs.
Just messing around, we pounded on some keys to see how this all works. We clicked on "new" at the top, and the Macro 1 title shows up in the first window. We then clicked record and did out thing, noticing that it recorded everything we did along with time delays. In the editing section, we can add in or remove delays with the ability to set the length as well. Just below that, you can also see a dropdown to add in clicks from the mouse to combine everything for Macros that will do just about anything with just a single click.
The last tab offered at the top is for Support. Opened it offers a look at both versions of the Zora mouse to the left. The right side offers one-click access to the latest software and firmware. Below that there are links provided for both the company as well as their social media page.
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