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12-27-2018 04:56 PM
I just got the HP steelseries keyboard and I'm tring to bind some of the macro and function keys for different things. I see in the software how you are supposed to change them but I am having trouble finding out what the setting is for opening the calculator app. My old keyboard had a button on it that opened the calculator and I'd like to do that on the new one as well.
12-29-2018 10:55 AM
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I reviewed your post and I understand that you want to know how to configure the programmable keys on the keyboard.
Don’t worry, I assure you I will try my best to get this sorted.
I recommend you follow the below steps to configure the keys.
To program the keys, complete the following steps.
- Select the Key assignments tab, and then click the profile you want to change. Next, click Click to set in the assignment box next to the key you want to program. For example, if want to program the P1 key for the Game XYZ profile, click the box next to the P1 key.
The Click to set text changes to Enter keys.
Figure : Programming the keys
Type the new key assignment. For example, if you want to assign the P1 key to the Shift plus S key combination, press the Shiftkey and the S key on your keyboard.
The key combination displays in the assignment box.
Figure : Key combination
You can also reprogram the way the P1 key works when combined with the fn key, the shift key, the alt key, and the ctrl key. To do this, click the key combination and enter the function.
If you want to delete the key combination, click the red X in the box.
To change the keyboard lighting for a profile, see Customizing the lighting for each keyboard zone.
To make changes to advanced settings, see Using the Advanced keyboard settings.
Let me know how it goes and you have a great day!
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