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Trigger Keyboard - Macro Setup

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1) Open the Trigger Software by double clicking the icon in the Windows System Tray
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2) Choose the Profile that you want to set the Macro for.
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3) Choose the "Macro Studio" tab at the upper right side of the the software.
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4) Choose "New" and type a name for the macro
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5) Click the Record Button at the bottom of the screen and type the Macro you wish to store. In this example, we are using a URL for a website.
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6) Choose "GOD MODE" from the list as this will make editing the macro easier.
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7) When you type, the letters will overlap in sequence. This is okay in basic copy/paste functions, but for URLs that have back to back letters, we will need to edit them.
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8) Next you will need to edit the macro so there are spaces or time delays between the double letters(http;\\www)
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Failure to place the delays between the repeating letters will result in one letter being typed when the macro is used.
9) To edit the key stroke time, click on the letter to adjust the key stroke time for that letter. Then Click in the "Start" box.
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In this case, the "O" key is set to 1350 and the end is set to 1400.

This is an increment of 50ms.

The following settings for the start and end are
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1st "W" 950 1000
2nd "W" 1050 1100
3rd "W" 1150 1200
Note: There is a 50ms blank space between each "W". If a space is not placed between them, only one "W" will be typed when the macro is used.
10) Click on "SAVE" to save the Macro.
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11) Click the "STORM CFG" tab to set the Macro to a keyboard button.
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12) Choose the Macro key that you want to set the stored Macro to.
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13) Click the Macro button at top of software.
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14) Choose the stored Macro you want to assign to the selected button and click "OK"/
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15) Click on the X to close and update the keyboard.
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16) The OTM screen will count up to 9 and disappear once the keyboard has been programmed.
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17) Hold dow the right Storm key on the keyboard and press ~,1,2,3,4 or 5 to select the profile that you adjusted or created.
~ key = default profile
1-5 keys = Profile 1-5
The Macro key is now programmed to the macro you have created.

More information and video can be found HERE.

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