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Offline #47

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any way to macro for blackout ?
« on: 09:32 PM - 11/13/18 »
I'm just curious if any one had figured out away to have the inventory for blackout mapped to a single button rather then having to cycle through from button pressing ? I have mine set up through my mouse scroll but its still not ideal .even with mapping multiple buttons to the same thing I'm still unable to get it set just right .

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Re: any way to macro for blackout ?
« Reply #1 on: 03:04 AM - 11/16/18 »
Not sure. I've mapped mine to as

"1" to open inventory
"Wheel down" close
And then m4, m5 to click through which allows me to move while looting.

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Re: any way to macro for blackout ?
« Reply #2 on: 08:03 AM - 11/16/18 »
No macro but I use
'2' Open Menu
'3' Close Menu
Wheel up scroll through
Wheel down scroll through other direction

(My '1' is change weapon)

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Re: any way to macro for blackout ?
« Reply #3 on: 12:07 PM - 01/04/19 »
No macro but I use
'2' Open Menu
'3' Close Menu
Wheel up scroll through
Wheel down scroll through other direction

(My '1' is change weapon)

That "quick" menu isnt so quick without the controller lol, sometimes i use the controller to do it.

As for my xim settings i actually have it set like this...

1 = dpad up
2 = right
3 = left
~ = down

Its not ideal and i wish the xim4 could use my mouses side buttons because then i could use them as the dpad altogether.  I dont know if thats a limitation of the xim4 (all xims) or an incompatibility with the logitech g903 mouse.  I also have a g602 but i cant find the wireless receiver to test if those side buttons work

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Re: any way to macro for blackout ?
« Reply #4 on: 03:28 PM - 01/04/19 »
All buttons on Logitech mice should be recognised by Apex. You may have them bound to Logitech-specific functionality, like DPI up & down.

Rebind your buttons in Logitech Gaming Software and save to the on-board memory.

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