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Master Geek

# 108227 27-Aug-2012 12:42
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got a few friends who have a logitech g510 keyboard and they get realy annoyed when people change the color of the backlight, so I figured it could be fun to sneak a script around to make it quickly cycle through all the colours. (aka disco scripts)

i know its easy enough to assign a macro to do it, but I wont be able to do that quickly enough without him realising. I need to be able to click something when their not looking and run away to watch the rage from a distance. ill be having a little lan party soon so its the perfect opportunity to pull these sorts of pranks >:D

heres one of the macro(s) scripts i dug up. perhaps there will be a way to make a visual basic script to assign and run one of these macros?

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Uber Geek

  # 677593 27-Aug-2012 13:21
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What do you need to run to activate the macro.
Can you execute it with Windows scheduler, run it every xx minutes?

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Master Geek

  # 677611 27-Aug-2012 13:44
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im not sure, i dont have one of these keyboards myself to test with, It has its own software for editing and assigning macros from what ive seen. basicly im hoping to make a macro to assign the macro

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