03-21-2012 09:40 PM
hi there all having a little troubble with the backlight on the G510 it works fine when i play with it in the logitech software running the latest software. i have my proffiles setup and i have my profile set to use either M1 or M2 or M3 for example i want M2 is the macro set i want for wow howe can i get the backlight to automaticly attach itself to be Red this i cannot do how ever if i press M1 M2 or M3 depending on what i have set the colour to it will change hope you understand what i am asking basicky when i run a game the backlight will change to go with that game
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03-21-2012 09:46 PM
hav found the awsner
To change your backlight colors
- Within the Logitech® Gaming Software, if you have more than one gaming device, choose the relevant one using the Device Selector on the Device bar.
- Display the Customize Backlight Color View (by clicking the Customize backlight color icon on the Device bar).
- Choose between having the same backlighting colors for all profiles, or having different backlighting colors for every profile:
- If you want the backlight settings to apply to all profiles, leave the Enable per profile backlight settings box unchecked.
- Alternatively, if you want the backlight settings to apply to a single or multiple profiles, check the Enable per profile backlight settings box.
Next, in the Profiles area, click the profile you want the settings to apply to. If you want to apply the same color settings to multiple profiles, hold down the CTRL key and click the profile icon(s) for the additional game profile(s) you want to customize.
The rest of the settings you specify are for the profiles you selected.
- On your gaming device, press the M-key you want to change the color scheme for.
- In the color selection area in the left-hand side of the screen, choose the backlight color you want to assign. You can choose a color using:
- The color wheel; this lets you choose a color quickly if it's not essential to have a specific color.
- The sliders underneath the color wheel; these can be used to choose a color accurately by specifying its Red, Green and Blue (RGB components).
As you change the color, your device's backlighting changes so you can see how the color scheme looks on your device.
Depending on which gaming device you have, you may only have sliders to change the Red and Blue components.