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By Lulukitty 2018-06-02 12:27:40
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Hello Everyone. I own a Logitech G910 keyboard that replaced my g15 and I loved the ability to program the G keys for the g15. However binder doesn't seem to be compatible with the g910. Is there something I am doing wrong or any assistance anyone can provide?

Thank you.
By Jetackuu 2018-06-02 12:55:40
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Possibly relevant?

http://forums.windower.net/index.php@%252Ftopic%252F690-binder-and-additional-hardware-support%252F%253Fst=20.html
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By Bismarck.Chasuro 2018-07-12 12:48:27
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Pretty please? :)
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By Lakshmi.Elidyr 2018-07-12 12:53:39
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I couldnt get it to work with the windower stuff, but I was able to use software to create crazy bind that I wouldnt typically use other wise to make it work.

Use like alt+shift+windows+1 for g1 key as an example.
It worked fine that way. My Binds are written in forums somewhere I think.
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By Bismarck.Chasuro 2018-07-12 14:28:11
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Thanks Elidyr. How do you assign multiple control keys like that?

If I could create a new "macro pallette" of keybinds that I don't use manually, then I'd be good. I'm putting my binds in the gearswap lua file for the job. I also saw mention of # = the context menu button, but I couldn't get it to work.
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By Lakshmi.Elidyr 2018-07-12 14:39:43
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You have to use software that came with keyboard. It should be pretty straight from there setting up the keys.

Basically you select the key in the software. Then tell it to do x+y+z keys on say G6 key M1 pallete. It would then use those key presses when that key is used. Its not as clear as using a direct press through some kind of library, but it worked for me. I started using more commands through gearswap, so I have since not been using.
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