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  1. The Challenger Prime keyboard software has four profiles. One called Gaming Profile, and three called Profile 1-3. The problem is that they don't actually seem to work that way in practice. Pressing M1, M2, or M3 on the keyboard disables the Windows key. Pressing Fn+PrtScr (i.e., going to gaming mode) enables the Windows key again, and takes me to a profile that I don't seem to be able to control. Pressing Fn+PrtScr again takes me into the gaming mode profile I had set up in the software. My testing method is simple. I set up the T6 macro key as shown in the screenshot. Press M1 then
  2. I plugged the keyboard in and installed the software/updates. I am using windows 10 and everything is working great. My problem is that the wave function worked before I updated the Tt software. Afterwards, instead of going left/right now it just pulses through colors. I have uninstalled/reinstalled...reset to default settings and nothing has worked. I've read the users guide and watched light Tt tutorials.
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