• Killer
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    I cant figure out how to bind my 12 side buttons on my mouse to keys. I play on xbox 1 and use a Razor Naga Trinity mouse.
  • Moderator [Marco]
    43

    You will need to check if the Naga has on board memory first. If it doesn't you will need to use it through simulation mode so you can use the Razer software to activate the buttons.

    Whether it has on board memory or not you will need to assign those buttons to keyboard keys you do not use. Then through the keymander software assign those keys to the button you would like.
  • Zaevex
    0
    I'm having the same problem as "Killer" and I tried this, but didn't work. I have the Logitech g502 proteus spectrum mouse. also using the corsair k 55 kb. I wanted to use the G8 and G7 buttons on the mouse to act like the Up and Down d-pad buttons on my Xbox one controller. I assigned the mouse buttons to the keystrokes Up and Down arrow keys in my Logitech Mouse Software. Then I went into the Keymander Software and made macros using the Keystrokes Up and down arrow keys for the up and down buttons on the controller. After I tested them out, they didn't work. But they do work if I have it in KB mode only, not in controller mode. I would like to know if this is something you guys can fix, or tell me what I'm doing wrong please. I'd appreciate the help. I also am up to date with Keymander Software and Firmware. (I'm also loving the Keymander, it's amazing. Good Job guys.) (Also it's my first time asking for help)
  • Moderator [Marco]
    43

    When you tested this was the G502 hooked up directly to the keymander or was it going through a PC?
  • Zaevex
    0
    Thanks for replying. I had the G502 connected to the PC first to set the G7 and G8 buttons on it to keystrokes, which were the Up and Down arrow keys on my keyboard is what I set them to using the Logitech Software. Then I connected the G502 to the Keymander and went into the software for the Keymander. Then I set the Up and Down arrow keys to the Up and Down D-pad buttons for the controller. To sum it up, I had the G502 connected to the Keymander when I tested it. But I also tried through the PC and it did work. I was wondering if there is a way where you don't have to play through the PC? (I know it may be confusing, but it's really hard to explain)
  • Moderator [Marco]
    43

    Unfortunately there is no other way to do it. The G502's on board memory does not have access to those extra buttons, they are only available when using the software's memory.

    This is a limitation on the mouse unfortunately, some mice will have all buttons on board the memory but the G502 does not work like that.
  • Zaevex
    0
    Alright, no biggie thanks for letting me know.
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