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Tt eSPORTS Theron Plus macro issue

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As a big fan and user of the original Theron mouse, I recently decided to purchase the more updated edition, the Theron Plus.

 

On my previous model I had the macro button on the right hand side of the mouse bound to the key-press of the Scroll Lock button. The idea being that pressing the macro would key-down on scroll lock and releasing would key-up on scroll lock. The macro worked perfectly on the old setup and I was looking forward to using the newer model in exactly the same way, but unfortunately there seems to be some subtle differences in the way the macro works.

 

Here's my setup for my original Theron mouse.

 

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This acts exactly how I want, pressing the macro button on the mouse directly corresponds to the key-up and key-down events of scroll-lock

 

This is the setup for the new Theron Plus mouse.

 

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As you can tell, it's setup identically, but yet the function is different. Instead of the macro directly corresponding to scroll lock's key-up and key-down, the macro in the Plus version key-up and key-downs many times within me pressing the macro button. It acts much like as if it were setup like this: 

 

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I appreciate the fact the software changes to be more intuitive, but through trial-and-error I've found no discernible solution to my problem. I would like to reach out to the community and the Tt eSPORTS support team for help regarding the issue. If you feel that my post doesn't communicate the issue and leaves you confused, or need further information, feel free to post below and I'll be more than happy to provide the information to get this issue sorted out.

 

Thanks.

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Guest Tt Josh

Kindly provide us what macro do you want to set and we can try it from our end. :)

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