Due to the COVID outbreak, we are experiencing high order volumes and understand that you may have concerns about products being delivered to you. Reputation: G Keys Do Not Work. I've looked all over the internet and can't find a resolution for this. My G1-G6 keys do not work. I tried mapping them to abilities in WoW and then I tried making a macro in iCue and they weren't registering at all.
Online people were suggesting adding a delay between keystrokes but I have no idea how to do that in iCue or if it's even possible because one post said that iCue doesn't support key remapping. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. Then click on the drop down menu in the lower center of the window.
The right half will all be key remaps. Select the appropriate category for what you mapped it to in the game. Then click the same key in the menu. Now that you have created the remap action, you can assign it to a specific G key and rename it whatever you like. You can also do this directly as a recorded macro, but you still need a standard ASCII key to hang on and it is probably a bit more complex than is necessary for most people.
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Reputation: Binding keystrokes to K90 G keys. I just got a K90 keyboard from Amazon. First I must say I love the feel of the keys. My problem is how to map keystrokes to the G keys. I tried recording macro's using the MR key but the problem is when I press a G key that was mapped that way all other keyboard input is ignored.
Is there a fix for this? I would hate to have to return the keyboard. Are you trying to setup a macro with Gkeys already assigned as keystrokes? Can you list exactly what you're trying to do so I can confirm? This is possible to do.
Then delete everything except the down arrows next to Alt and 1. This sets the G key to imitate pressing both keys at once. You can change the playback options to whichever you prefer. Then enable hardware playback and save to the keyboard so you can use it in game. I followed your instructions and it did not fix the problem.
When I use a G key while running either with w or up arrow I stop running and have to start again. Ah I see, the macro does work but you didn't mention you were doing it while running. That is an issue we are looking into and will try to resolve.Due to the COVID outbreak, we are experiencing high order volumes and understand that you may have concerns about products being delivered to you.
How to Remap a Key on the Corsair K70 Gaming Keyboard
Reputation: G keys not working in game. Any help would be appreciated. PNG Toasted's PC Specs. Try adding a delay in between the keypress. If you have created a profile and linked it to the application, You will need to make that change in that profile.
Otherwise, if default is the only profile, ignore this. Thank you for the recommendation but for some reason it wont do what i want it to do. Also when i use a G key to have a text macro it works just fine. Did the text macro work in-game? Try adding a longer delay between the keypress and see whether that helps. Originally Posted by Toasted. Originally Posted by toxicfr33ze. Yea the text macro works in the game like lets say i made G1 to say "Hello" i could go to the chat press G1 and it would say Hello but not if i make a macro for "press m".
Also i will try doing that when i get home Toasted thanks my dude. Tags cuegkeyskeyboard Thread Tools. All times are GMT The time now is PM. User Name. Remember Me? Forum Rules.
Support Ticket System.One of the most common inquiries regarding our Corsair Gaming Software is how to setup macro or a keystroke for either our mouse or keyboard.
I recommend if you have not read it to peruse it to get an idea of what the features are. There are two ways to assign a command to a G-key on a Corsair Keyboard or Mouse. The first is to record a macro which is a sequence of key presses you wish the button to output. The second is to assign a specific command or keystroke to the G-key rather than a sequence.
Recording a Macro. All Macros are done through the first screen of the software. To record a macro, first click on the MR Button. Then click the number associated with the button you would like the macro to be assigned. Then proceed to use the keyboard to record your sequence of key presses. Click Button 11 or for a keyboard G Click MR to stop recording.
In the previous example, you will notice by default there are delays in the sequence of key presses. However, it is possible to actually have the word instantly be displayed without the delay between key strokes. To do this, all you would need to do is go to Delay Options and check the box Ignore Delays prior to recording the macro. This will remove the delay between key strokes so when you press the macro, Hello World will instantly appear as if all the buttons were pressed simultaneously.
Delays can have a big impact on how a macro plays out. I highly recommend users fine tune any type of sequence macro by playing with the delay intervals. Binding a Keystroke. Click Button Options. Click the text box under Basic Buttons. Select Keystroke. Press Ok. This allows for the binding of hotkeys in-game so you can map functionality to any of the buttons for easy access.
Hardware Playback. Some games may prevent the software from being utilized since it may present an unfair advantage. However, there is a way to bypass this by utilizing the profile directly from the hardware itself. Then you would check the box "Hardware Playback" so the software will no longer be needed. Keep in mind that if any changes need to be made, uncheck this box first, apply the changes, then re-save the profile back to the hardware.
If you do not do so, the device will not be updated properly with the desired changes. Since it is able to do multiple on-the-fly profiles, you would need to click on the LED dots to bring up this screen:. There will be some limitations to Hardware Playback due to how it interfaces with the OS.
Anything you have binded that launches applications or does an OS command will not work, for example, due to the OS not allowing an external component to execute it. However, macros and key stroke bindings will continue to work so you can use them for the games you enjoy. In a future blog, we'll use the steps above to show how you can take advantage of them in newr games as macros can make it easy and convenient to do certain things.
Even if you don't game, macros can also make it easy to create custom shortcuts for the applications you use. Google Chrome.I recently had to remap a key on my Corsair K70 gaming keyboard for the computer game Escape from Tarkov. For reference, here is my left-handed computer gaming configuration and the Home key I use to move forward in most computer games:. You can learn more about my left-handed gaming keyboard setup here. After the steps are complete the computer will think the Home Key is the Up Arrow key.
Go to the next step. Look to the right of the Actions menu the picture of your keyboard and click on the keyboard key you want to remap. It should now be highlighted. Here I have clicked on the Home key so it is highlighted in yellow as shown. By default, it has Macros selected.
Once your key group is chosen it will populate the window with the names of the keys and radio buttons you can select for that group.
For this example, I have clicked on the Up Arrow radio button. The change is now applied. Now you can verify the change has taken effect under the Actions menu. Here it shows Remap Enhanced keys 1 [ Home ]. Simply click on the Trash Icon and start over. You will notice it appears as the Up Arrow but actually it is the Home key that I pressed.How to Use G buttons on CORSAIR KEYBOARD
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Both are an annoyance - does anybody have a solution to this? Thank you :. Fenrir Forum Admin.
Setting a Macro
Macro keys are notorious for not providing proper keystrokes to applications. The common factor is that they only send the keystroke for a fraction of a second, and it's not long enough for applications to register a keypress at all. Try adding a slight delay between the downstroke and upstroke on the macro. I've added a 10ms delay between each key but it does not seem to want to work either - forgot to mention this in the original post.
OK - I've just re-done all my macros from scratch and they're working now! For anyone who needs to know the details on the fix for this - when I re-did the macros it automatically put "natural" delays in between my keystrokes and I've just left them as they are and it works fine now!