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  1. Hi Guys, is there any way to simulate the "profile change" button like it is possible in c++ with a keyboard event: keybd_event(VK_KEY_A, 0, KEYEVENTF_EXTENDEDKEY | 0, 0); // Example with "A" I would like to write a programm that is able to change the profile automatically, so that the color of my Challenger Ultimate changes from time to time. Or is there maybe even a way to access the color of the leds directly?
  2. Hi guys ! I have a problem, 4 buttons of my Challenger Ultimate keyboard are not working: F12, PrtScn, ScrLK, Pause :/ These buttons are located close to each other and have never experienced any liquid / chemical / physical harmful influence. What I have tried: 1. Removed the buttons and tried carefully pressing their membranes 2. Manually disassembled a keyboard and checked that two films with electrical lines and contacts - are correctly located 3. Reset all the keyboard internal profiles Unfortunately, these steps were not enough to fix these buttons (meanwhile, all t
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