After installing the software and taking a firmware update in the process, this is what you find when opening it. Across the top are five profiles to choose from, where you can configure all settings in this suite. The main section shows the default functions of all the main buttons on the left, and the 5-axis button functions are listed to the right. The far right side then offers other options to select.
When clicking on one of the buttons in the main menu, you are given this smaller window to work in. The top drop-down menu sets the type of command or allows it to be disabled. The next choice is to use another mouse function there, and they can all be selected here. The lowest option is to add keyboard commands to the mouse if desired. At the bottom, you can click in the Assign box when in keyboard mode.
Next, we opened the Macro Manager and found it to be everything one would need. Importing, exporting, making them new, and with delay options, the basic Macros are covered. To the right side of the window is an editor, though, and this will allow you to fine tune elaborate Macros, or change them after they are saved.
There is also a Performance section on the main page, and here you control all the essentials of the sensor. You can turn the sensor off so you can clean it, and there are four preset DPI levels. These can all be set from 100 to 16,000 DPI, and you can separate the X and Y axis. There are also LOD control, angle snapping, polling rate, and response time adjustments that can be made.
The last page of the software is for lighting control. If you are clicked on the battle dragon logo, you can set brightness, speediness, and sleep mode, where the other two zones do not offer a speed option. All sections provide the LED duration slider at the top for the mode options along the top. With either a click on the middle bar at the bottom, and fine-tuning the choice at the left, or by using an RGB code, you can set all three zones individually.
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