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Hi guys, I've received just today my brand new Roccat Kone [+], great mouse, super accurate sensor and everything, but I've a problem setting the macros.
Is there a way to make any of the macro buttons behave like a mouse which clicks continuously as long as I keep the macro key clicked? I've only seen macros about keyboard buttons, shortcuts and such, but I think there has to be a way to do this.
I'm looking for help because the mouse driver wouldn't let anyone do that, but I believe there's a way to do it by editing manually the profiles config files (.rmp files, which can be edited with block notes). If anyone found this out already and knows how to do it, please let me know about it
post #2 of 8
Are you looking for like rapid fire?

Autofire.exe works

Don't know where to find it anymore that was years ago.
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Thread Starter 
Yeah NitroNarcosis, but I want to set something like that onto a macro button of my mouse.
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super accurate sensor
Someone lied to you.
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Someone lied to you.
Yeah I find the same lol at high dpi I can't get it accurate its either here or there never where I want it " on their head " but yeah I would like to know more about macros both for my kone , and my g15


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Someone lied to you.
Only as accurate as the hand pushing it...
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post #7 of 8
Thread Starter 
Well, it is very accurate in my hands, I'm playing fps games at full 6k DPI and 1 to 3 sens in game. My mouse pad is a SS 4HD.
And I never miss a shot.
Back to topic, none of you guys knows how to set a macro like what I said before on the Kone?
post #8 of 8
You could use X-Mouse, just set a button to do simulated keystrokes:


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