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My Fn+] doesn’t work.

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My custom rgb doesn’t work I’ve done everything the tutorial says about saving the rgb. But when i press the fn+] the rgb turns off. Help me please
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(01-17-2021, 04:06 AM)Taku. Wrote: My custom rgb doesn’t work I’ve done everything the tutorial says about saving the rgb. But when i press the fn+] the rgb turns off. Help me please

odd, it's better that you can record a video about this issue
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(01-18-2021, 10:42 AM)wade Wrote:
(01-17-2021, 04:06 AM)Taku. Wrote: My custom rgb doesn’t work I’ve done everything the tutorial says about saving the rgb. But when i press the fn+] the rgb turns off. Help me please

odd, it's better that you can record a video about this issue
 
Here is the video. I don’t know if im wrong but i did everything in the video tutorials by kemove. Here is the link to the video. https://youtu.be/ibPs123T8YU
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#4
It's hard to tell, but in Apex, when you go into Edit for the custom RGB and you click the left list at the bottom, not sure what it's called offhand.... You need to select the keys it affects. Click and drag for all of them, or just specific ones, whatever you want to do. It doesn't look like any keys are selected.

I documented a youtube video Kemove put out a while back here, might check it out. https://www.reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeybo...cts_guide/
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(01-19-2021, 03:27 PM)khaytsus Wrote: It's hard to tell, but in Apex, when you go into Edit for the custom RGB and you click the left list at the bottom, not sure what it's called offhand....  You need to select the keys it affects.  Click and drag for all of them, or just specific ones, whatever you want to do.  It doesn't look like any keys are selected.

I documented a youtube video Kemove put out a while back here, might check it out.  https://www.reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeybo...cts_guide/

Damn Thanks bro it was my mistake. thank you for helping me so much. its been a whole week for me figuring this out how it works. thanks bro.
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#6
Awesome, glad that helped you out! Yes I've done it and other folks have done it. It's nice to be able to _not_ affect a key, like I prefer disabling the rgb on my space bar for some reason, but it does lead to an easy failure point. Perhaps it should default to enabling all keys and letting the user disable them.
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