We currently have version 1.00 of the software for the Black V2 installed. Across the top, you simply select a profile to begin the setup; we selected number one of the five to begin. The lower section offers normal and battle modes for the LEDs. The normal LED mode leaves the lights active as set in the software, and the battle mode provides illumination only when the buttons are pressed. The left half of the same window shows the mouse and its default settings, but these are changeable. At the right, you can cycle through profiles you have created and stored on the PC, so you won't waste valuable onboard space. In the lower section, you can change performance settings, turn the LEDs off and on, and even boot profiles with use of the "Link to Program" checkbox.
If you click on any of the mouse button functions, a second window pops up to show us this. The top "Single Key" setting can be swapped for default, T-key, sensitivity, or launch program, or it can even be disabled altogether. In the mouse function bar, you can select any of the functions shown in the left side of the previous image. This section even offers the ability to take on strokes of the keyboard as well.
The Macro settings are very in depth. You start by naming the Macro with the "New" button, and below that, you can import and export pre-existing Macros from your PC, or delete and copy them. There are time delays offered, along with the option to ignore them all together. At the bottom, there is an editor where you can insert and modify the Macro you are creating. To the right, it will show the succession of key presses, and the editor will also show everything that is done in this window.
In the performance settings, you can select one of the four DPI settings you wish to adjust with the sliding scale below. Here you can adjust from 100 DPI up to 5700 DPI in 100 DPI increments. You also have the option to split X and Y axis controls. At the bottom, this software offers the ability to adjust the LOD and pooling rate for the Black V2.
The last option to change is the lighting of the Black V2. At this time, all you can do here is turn the front LED and rear LED off or on separately. When the LEDs are on, the only color option is red, and while the scroll wheel has constant illumination, the logo will always pulse.
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