04-20-2012 08:37 PM
posted last month without resolution...I so wish for resolution....
I have searched and searched but can't find a solution. I am on an up-to-date Mac playing up-to-date WoW.
I cannot get G key macros or keystroke assignments to work correctly! For some reason the default keystroke is always inserted within the macro/keystroke assignment somewhere which obviously messes up the concept of keystroke assignment.
G16 assigned to Shift Numpad 1 always comes with a 4 inserted in the keystrokes somewhere (4 is the default keystroke for G16).
Test profile for G16 gives me:
(down arrow) 4
(down arrow) G16
(down arrow) Shift
(down arrow) Num 1
(up arrow) 4
(up arrow) G16
(up arrow) Shift
(up arrow) Num 1
In game, 4 is included in the keystroke.
The same behavior happens with other G keys and other kinds of keystrokes.
I have tried various things to ensure the correct profile is active, locked, persistent, etc.
Anyone else with this problem? Is it a Mac thing or something I have overlooked.
Many thanks for any help.
04-21-2012 06:19 PM
is it possible that you have two copies of the software running somehow? one copy might be set up with your desired profile, while another copy is running the default profile and both of them are injecting keystrokes into your game.
I do not work for Logitech. I'm just a user.
04-26-2012 06:43 PM - edited 04-29-2012 01:39 PM
Thanks for your reply, Ken. I looked for any signs of two copies and went so far as to uninstall and reinstall with no luck. It still happens. The keybinds or macro (have tried both) work correctly but the default key is slipped in with the keybinds and messes everything up.
I'd so welcome any other thoughts.
I found a work around! Each time I launch the game, I quit and Restart the G-series Key Profiler software. Then it works as intended. Not perfect, but at least the G keys are usable now.