Once you have the software downloaded and installed, this is what you will see. Across the top of the window, you can choose one of the five profiles to start tinkering with. Just below that you will find the tabs to select which settings you will see. This is the basic settings tab, and in it, you can set each of the three CPI levels via sliders to the right of the levels, even offering an X/Y axis separation. You may also adjust pointer speed, double click speed, scroll speed, check a scroll by page option, and at the bottom, you may change the polling rate.
The button assignments tab does exactly what you think it does. Here you can change the default functions by clicking on an arrow in the boxes and looking through the drop-down menu. There you will have access to all mouse functions, Fnatic Gear functions, Macros, Multimedia, Office, Windows, or even disable any of the buttons you wish. Also, if you are confused as to which button is which, the image to the right labels them so you know exactly which button is being addressed.
Moving on to color settings, this allows you to change the scroll wheel LED. You have the option to turn it off and on, it can cycle colors, or you can pick a solid color via the slider. The LED saturation can be adjusted, you can pick custom, pulsate, heartbeat, blink, fade in, or fade out modes for it too. Nearer the bottom, you can address the LED brightness and select the interval of which the LED reacts in each mode.
Eventually, you will make it to the Macro recorder tab, and in here is where you can program and sift through Macros. At the bottom, you type in a name for the Macro in the white bar. After that, you click the record button next to it and begin inserting the commands you wish the Macro to include. Once that is done, you click on the record button again, and then the save button. The Macro will then show in the list to the right. There are not adjustments offered to tweak the Macro after it is recorded, but it does take time delays into account when recording them.
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