By ZentipedeThis is your basic number pad for exel and other graphing apps
Number: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0
Ability to move around the graph: Tab, Shift Tab, Down Arrow, Up Arrow
Move through apps: Alt Tab
80% click on middle click will change your profile to use this you must change the thing to which profile you want to change to.
You can make whatever changes you like on this file as I spent like 10 minutes working on it.
By ZentipedeHere is a list of commands that you can use with this Profile:
Switch Between Apps (Alt Tab)
Show Driver Version
Make applications disappear (Windows Key + D)
Open app 2 on taskbar (I set mine as the swiftpoint driver)
Go to next profile (I set my mouse to go to profile Minecraft and display Minecraft on the OLED screen. You can change it if you want.)
Recalibrate Angles (Yaw and Tilt)
Quickly change to 500 Dpi (This is done by doing a 30% push on the left click)
Undo (Ctrl Z)
Redo (Ctrl Y)
Move Between tabs (Ctrl Tab + Ctrl Shift Tab)
Go back in website history (Alt LeftKey)
Go forward in website history (Alt RightKey)
Open Cortana (Windows Key C)
Open Xbox Consol (Windows Key G)
Close App (Alt F4)
Open OneNote (Windows Key N)
Copy (Control C)
Past (Control V)
Dpi Next Level
Dpi Previous Level
Go to next Virtual Desktop (Windows Key Control RightKey)
Go to previous Virtual Desktop (Windows Key Control LeftKey)
Open File Explorer (Windows Key E)
Open Settings (Windows Key I)
Open Task Viewer (Windows Key Tab)
Turn Computer off (Windows Key L)
Open Virtual Desktop (Windows Key Control D)
Close Virtual Desktop (Windows key Control F4)
Fast Scroll / Infinite Scroll
Close Tab (Ctrl W)
Open Tab (Ctrl T)
To Figure Out how to use these Commands look into the Profile's Settings.
Some changes might also be needed to be made to make this profile fit you.
If I get enough downloads I will upload a new version of this driver with even more controls
By David.LDriver Version: 126.96.36.199 Beat - included FW: 191
Many useful functions
By looking at the settings, you can infer the function~~
Idea：Turn each key into, ↑, ↓, ← & → gestures keys and combine with other keys.
Press "front edge button and ↑/↓ move mice" can drag web like a piece of paper.
Press "up thumb button and ↑/↓ move mice" can Infinite Scroll web.
Switch chrome tab by tilting left/right. （left click can auto zero gyro）
Pull "left trigger button" can reopen closed tab.
Press "bottom thumb button and ←/→ move mice can close multiple chrome tabs continuously".
Press "right button and front edge button" = top.
Press "right button and back edge button" = end.
Press "left button and tilt mice ↑/↓ you can increase/decrease volume like a music conductor".
Press "left trigger button and ↑ move mice = Win".
Press "left trigger button and ↓ move mice can create virtual desktop".
Press "left trigger button and ←/→ move mice can switch virtual desktop".
Press "left fingertip button and tilt left/right" can Backspace/Enter.
Press "bottom thumb button and ←/→ move mice can close=Ctrl+W".
Press "bottom thumb button and tilt right = Win+E".
With aquasnap software press left/right fingertip button move ↑/↓ can split screen（top left/btm left/top right/btm right ）
Press "left fingertip button and →←→... move mice can forward video continuously " .
Press "right fingertip button and ←→←... move mice can backward video continuously " .
By looking at the settings, you can infer the function~~.
The tilt setting is ±1.5° and I choose middle groove.
The experience below is very good.
By dclay1983As a previous user of the G502 and many other Logitech mice prior, my biggest concern with any new mouse is infinite scroll. So upon opening this new mouse yesterday, I began digging into making a working infinite scroll within the software. I also began tweaking some of the initial settings and added in quite a few features. This is nowhere near done and I am open to any suggestions for added keybinds or changes to what has already been done.
We will start off with Infinite Scroll:
While holding the Bottom Thumb Button, pressing the left trigger scrolls down at a medium speed and pressing the left fingertip button scrolls at a very high speed. The same is true with scrolling up with the right trigger and fingertip button. And for the sake of keeping the forward/back buttons I made left click and right click forward and back while still holding the bottom thumb button.
By DamirAdjustment to the first setup, the definition does not change much, just the behavior.
By DamirSettings for MacOS:
LMB has 3 states: Normal LMB. Button 4 on medium press. Button 6 on hard press. RMB has 3 states: Normal RMB Button 7 on medium press. Button 10 on hard press. Normal Middle Button. Top Thumb Button: Button 5. Bottom Thumb Button (MacOS Mission Control gestures): Press: Ctrl <down> Mouse movement Up: Up arrow. (Mission Control view all Apps) Mouse movement Down: Down arrow. (Mission Control view current app windows) Mouse movement Left: Left arrow. (Previous Virtual Desktop) Mouse movement Right: Right arrow. (Next Virtual Desktop) Release: Ctrl <up> Front Edge Button: Button 11. Rear Edge Button (click to scroll):k Mouse movement Up: Scroll Up. Mouse movement Down: Scroll Down. Mouse movement Left: Scroll Left. Mouse movement Right: Scroll Right. Left Fingertip Button: Button 13. Right Fingertip Button: Button 14. Left Trigger Pull: Volume Up. Left Trigger Push: Volume Down. Right Trigger Pull: Button 9. Right Trigger Push: Button 8. Tilt Left 1.5 deg: Scroll Left. Tilt Right 1.5 deg: Scroll Right. Tilt Right 25 deg (Config mode): Left Trigger Pull: Alternate 7 options. Scroll Wheel Pull: +100 DPI. Scroll Wheel Push: -100 DPI. Left Fingertip: Previous DPI Level. Right Fingertip: Next DPI Level. Left Trigger Push: Backlight OFF. Right Trigger Push: Backlight Hue rotation. Front Edge: Previous Profile. Rear Edge: Next Profile (image is wrong, too lazy to do another screenshot). Right Trigger Pull: Reset Angles.
By FMCHi community!
I'm sharing a hybrid 3DS Max + Motionbuilder profile I'm working on while working. I use Motionbuilder with 3DS Max hotkeys option.
This config has a gestural approach. Main bindings:
Thumb down (while pressed): move right: play/pause scroll wheel: scrub timeline right button (while pressed? move left/right: scrub timeline left button: insert keyframe middle click: auto-keyframe mode Rear edge (while pressed): personal shortcuts to movement left and right Front Edge (while pressed): views (go to view for max, alternate view for mobu) move left: L move up: T move right: F move down: B right button: P Left fingertip (while pressed): move left/up/right = move/rotate/scale gizmo (W/E/R) Wheel: Deep click 18% - orbits (Alt+middle click) Count on future updates and a more pictoric description. Enjoy!
Blender 2.8 profile on the way.
By David.LAmazing Desktop Shortcut
left finger button+right=mouse mid
left+press right trigger=copy
left tilt 1.6°=Chrome left tab
right tilt 1.7°=Chrome right tab
pull right trigger=zero Gyro
pull left trigger=re-open closed tab
press right trigger+front side button=Home
press right trigger+back side button=End
front tilt =open led logo（winter）
back tilt=close led logo（summer）
By TuudiThis profile lets keyboard shortcuts to be executed using just the Z, it also includes media player controls, basic browser controls and Z setting functions.
About This File
Desktop profile I tweaked to my liking. Here are the mappings:
Set to 2000
Left Mouse Button (LMB)
Deep click 25% moves 1 tab to the left in most web browsers. Right Mouse Button (RMB)
Deep click 25% moves 1 tab to the right in most web browsers.
Left Fingertip Button
Press activates CTRL+V+Enter (Paste+Execute) which is great for pasting URLs and naming folders. Right Fingertip Button
Press activates CTRL+X (Cut).
Push activates CTRL+V (Paste). Right Trigger
Push activates CTRL+C (Copy). Pull activates CTRL+A (Select All) which is great for selecting all files in a folder or text in a document.
Front Edge Button
Press goes back once in history on File Explorer. Press goes back once in history on most web browsers. Rear Edge Button
Press goes forward once in history on File Explorer. Press goes forward once in history on most web browsers.
Top Thumb Button
Press activates Escape key. Bottom Thumb Button
Press activates CTRL+PRINT SCREEN which is great when combined with ShareX / Greenshot / etc. screen capture tools (Top Thumb Button also works to cancel capture actions).
I'm still playing around with the setup and open to feedback on how to improve the productivity of this profile further