We skipped over the pinned tab as it can be customized for each personal user's needs, so we moved right into the settings. You can attend to adding noises to key presses, adjust the key reaction time, you can adjust the repeat rate for key presses, and you can even reset all the settings made here as well.
Key assignment is where the remapping and modifying the keyboard's functionality comes into play. Using the types of options that are listed in the small window on the left, you can drag and drop it on any of the keys, and set the layout to work the best for you, not against you.
In the key illumination section, the options are near endless. There are seven preset options of ways to illuminate the keyboard, and the image of the keyboard will reflect your choices in real-time. In the custom mode, you can do everything from illuminating only certain keys, setting groups of keys to various colors, do just about anything you might think of that would be cool on the keyboard.
The profile manager is where you will go to set up game specific or task specific profiles. There are five that you can use. You can add images to the profile; you can name them, link them to programs, tell it to auto-switch to said profiles, import previously made ones, or delete ones you may no longer use.
The Macro Manager has a plethora of predefined options when it comes to games. The window on the left shows a list of many games, and by clicking on the title, it opens a list of Macros one might find handy. You can also import Macros from folders on the PC, and while making Macros, you can edit them, add delays, and set the loop setting for ones that need to be spammed.
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