R5 Analog Keyboard User`s Guide

R5 Analog Keyboard User’s Guide
Last Revision 12/22/2016
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction……………………………………………………………………………….3
Profiles…………………………………………………………………………………….4
Alternate Profile Layouts………………………………………………………………...9
Layers…………………………………………………………………………………….11
Digital Function Features……………………………………………………………….12
Analog Function Features……………………………………………………………...16
Activation Point Control………………………………………………………………...20
Lighting Effects and Control…………………………………………………………....21
Calibration and Trim…………………………………………………………………….23
Function Key Reference List…………………………………………………………..25
Troubleshooting…………………………………………………………………………28
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Introduction
The Aimpad R5 Analog Keyboard is the most advanced mechanical keyboard on
the market today. We are happy you get to experience the Awesomeness of
Aimpad. While every effort has been made to simplify the various functions and
features of this keyboard, it is still a very complex device. We highly recommend
reading this manual to gain an understanding of everything it can do so you can fully
leverage the device to its full capacity. We’ll try to make the learning process at least
moderately entertaining. But, if you don’t have time to learn all the cool things the
Aimpad R5 keyboard can do for now, then plug it in and have some fun! If you get
lost, we’ll be here waiting for you.
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Profiles
The Aimpad R5 Keyboard has 6 different profiles designed for 6 specific uses. Each
Profile is selected by pressing and holding FN and then pressing F1-F6 depending
on which profile you want to activate. Get used to holding the FN key, you are
gonna be best buddies soon.
FN + “F1” (Blue Profile) – FPS Mode – This is the default profile that the keyboard
will start in when you first plug it in. The WASD keys will function as the left analog
stick of an Xbox controller allowing you to move forward, back, left and right
smoothly in games. All other keys on the keyboard are otherwise normal boring
keyboard keys.
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FN + “F2” (Green Profile) – Driving Mode – In this Profile the W and S keys will
function as the Left and Right Analog Triggers of an Xbox controller. Typically,
when a game assumes you are driving using an Xbox controller it assumes you
want to use the right trigger as your gas pedal and the left trigger as your brake
pedal… Game developers typically won’t let you remap Xbox controls. So, this
mode will allow you to drive using the WASD keys like you would expect. All other
keys are normal boring keyboard keys.
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FN + “F3” (Yellow Profile) Advanced Flight Mode – This Profile is designed to
give you the most control over all available analog functions of an Xbox controller.
This allows you to control 4 analog axis with the left hand while controlling two
different axis using the mouse for full movement control in 3D space. WASD will
function like the left analog stick, Q and E will function as the Right and Left
Triggers, R and F will function as the Right Stick (Up and Down), and the 4 arrows
keys will function as the Right Stick (Up, Down, Left and Right). By default, all other
keys will be normal keyboard keys, but in the image below you will see some
additional functions that can be assigned to the keys. But, you aren’t ready for that
yet… we’ll get there in a minute… fine… if you think you are ready you can learn
more on page 12.
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FN + “F4” (White Profile) Mouse Mode – In this Profile the E, S, D, F keys will
allow you to smoothly move the mouse cursor. The Q and A keys will allow you to
scroll up and down as if you were using a mouse scroll wheel. The further you press
in the key the faster you will scroll. The Space Bar functions as the “Left Click.” The
Left Shift button functions as the “Right Click”. The Left Alt key functions as the
“Middle Click”. All other keys are normal boring keyboard keys.
Smooth Scroll – By pressing FN+Q while in Mouse Mode you can activate a
smoother scrolling option in applications that support is (web browsers and Office
applications). The mouse scroll option is replaced with a “middle click” scroll instead
allowing a scrolling experience that is not as “jumpy” as normal mouse scrolling.
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FN + “F5” (Purple Profile) Activation Point MOBA Mode – In this Profile you can
set the activation point of the analog keyboard keys. This is limited to the following
12 keys: Q, W, E, R, A, S, D, F, Up Arrow, Left Arrow, Down Arrow, Right Arrow. By
default these keys will activate at the very top of the key press for a “hair trigger”
activation point. Please see the section Activation Point Control on page 18 to learn
how to set the activation to a different point on these keys.
FN + “F6” (Red Profile) – Normal Keyboard Mode – In this Profile the keyboard is
just a normal boring keyboard. The keys are all activated using the normal electrical
contacts of the Cherry MX switches. We felt the need to include this boring mode or
people would throw a fit. If nothing else it helps contrast the experience of using a
normal keyboard with a real gaming keyboard.
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Alternate Profile Layouts
All of the Profiles (except the F6 mode) have an alternate key layout. You can
switch between the Default and Alternate Layouts by pressing FN + “Left Alt”. The
LEDs will briefly turn Green indicating the Alternate Layout is activated. If you press
FN + “Left Alt” again the LEDs will briefly turn Red indicating the Alternate Layout
has been deactivated and returned to the Default Layout. F1-F3 Profiles share the
same Layout toggle (ie, it is assumed if you want to use ESDF you will use ESDF in
all F1-F3 Profiles), but F4 and F5 Layouts are toggled separately.
F1-F3 Profiles – The left analog stick control is moved from WASD to the ESDF key
position. In F3 mode this shifts the Left/Right Triggers from Q/E to W/R and the
Up/Down Right Stick control is moved from R/F to Q/A.
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F4 Profile – The default ESDF position is moved to WASD to move the mouse
cursor and the scroll wheel is moved from Q/A to R/F.
F5 Profile – Currently the F5 profile does not have an alternate layout. Instead you
can enable a secondary activation point for each analog key by pressing FN + the
analog key you want to enable the secondary activation point. So, at the top of the
keypress the “Q” will be activated. But, if you continue to press the key down a
second key “U” will be activated. Likewise, the “W” key will also activate the “I” key,
the “E” will also activate the “O” key and the “R” key will also activate the “P” key.
This allows you to map additional related functions to the same key. For example,
you could map the top of the key press of “Q” to show the Area of Effect of a spell
should you wish to cast it. And then pressing the “Q” key all the way will actually
activate that spell. This is most useful in MOBA and RPG games.
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Layers
You can have two “Layers” active at the same time so that you can quickly switch
between two of the profiles above. This is done pressing the CAPS Lock key
(Please Note: if you wish to designate the quick switch key to Scroll Lock instead
this is done by pressing FN + “~”). By default, “Layer 1” is set to the F1 Profile and
“Layer 2” is set to the F6 Profile.
However, you can set each Layer independently. For example, you could switch to
“Layer 2” and then press FN + “F2” to set the second layer to the driving mode. This
is particularly useful in games that have you walking around on foot and getting in
and out of vehicles. While on foot, you can use F1 Profile, and then when you get in
a car you can quickly press CAPSLock to switch to the F2 Profile to control the gas
and brake pedal with the Left/Right Triggers.
Alternatively, while in Layer 1 you could set the keyboard to normal keyboard mode
(FN + “F6”) and then press the CAPSLock key to switch to Layer 2 and set the
keyboard to mouse mode (FN + “F4”). This would allow you to browse Reddit with
your feet up on the desk and the keyboard on your lap. You can easily control both
the keyboard and mouse with the keyboard on your lap by just pressing the
CAPSLock key to switch back and forth between keyboard control and mouse
control without ever having to reach for the mouse!
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Digital Function Features
Caps Lock Key Activation - “Where is the @$%#ing CAPSLock key?” Calm
down… we have you covered… the traditional CAPLock function can be
activated/deactivated by pressing FN + “Left Shift”.  Alternatively, if you want to
change the Quick Swap button and restore normal CAPSLock functionality it can be
changed from CAPSlock to Scroll Lock by pressing FN+ “~”.
Xbox Button Activation – “The games I am playing keep telling me to press Xbox
Controller Buttons?” This is because the game thinks you are using an Xbox
controller. If you wish to change some of the keyboard keys to Xbox Buttons instead
this can be done by pressing FN + “Space”. This will swap keyboard keys with the
following Xbox buttons
Keyboard Key
ESC
~
1
2
3
4
Tab
Space
Xbox Button
“Back”
Xbox Menu
Dpad Left
Dpad Up
Dpad Right
Dpad Down
“Start”
“A Button”
Keyboard Key
R
F
Left Shift
Z
C
Left Control
Left Alt
Xbox Button
“X button”
“Y button”
Left Stick
Left Bumper
Right Bumper
“B Button”
Right Stick
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Please note: in the F1 and F3 Profiles the R and F keys will not be swapped unless
these analog keys are disabled using FN + “R” as indicated below.
This setting is tracked independently for F1, F2, and F3 Profiles, so you can choose
which profiles it is active and which it is not.
Alternate Xbox Face Buttons – By pressing FN + “J” it is possible to activate a
second set of Xbox buttons arranged physically how they are arranged on the Xbox
controller. This can be particularly useful in games that have Quick Time Events
(QTE) forcing you to rapidly respond to a series of xbox button presses. It can also
be useful in action oriented games that do not use the mouse such as platformers
and brawlers. The I, J, K, L keyboard keys will be assigned to the Xbox Y, X, A, B
buttons:
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Window Key Useful in Games – Most gaming keyboards have a function to
disable the windows key so it doesn’t drop you out of a game. We go one step
better and remap the Windows Key to the “P” key so it can be remapped to
something else useful. This is done by pressing FN + “P”.
Disable select analog keys in F1 and F3 Profiles – You may find that you want to
disable some analog keys and use them as normal keyboard keys. This only
pertains to the F1 and F3 Profiles. If you wish to disable the analog R/F keys this
can be done by pressing FN + “R”. If you wish to disable the analog Q/E keys this
can be done by pressing FN + “Q”. Please note that if you are using the alternate
layout that this will disable the Q/A and W/R key combinations instead. If you wish to
disable the analog arrow keys this can be done by pressing FN + “Left Arrow”.
Enable Numpad – Pressing FN + “7” will set an overlay on the keys to replicate the
Numpad layout over the keys as below:
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“Oh Crap” Feature – If you find that something has gone crazy and you can’t figure
out what is going on with the keyboard, pressing FN + “ESC” will reset all settings to
default. The LEDs will display alternate blue and red while the keyboard deals with
the configuration emergency.
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Analog Function Features
Increase Sensitivity – If you find that in some games you are having to press in the
key further than you think it should before you start moving, you can try increasing
the sensitivity. This can be done by pressing FN + “PGUP”. The triggers have very
different sensitivity settings. The sensitivity can be increased for the triggers by
pressing FN + “Insert”. The LEDs will gradually increase in brightness as you
increase the sensitivity. The default setting will turn the LEDs Green, and the
minimum and maximum will turn them Red.
Decrease Sensitivity – If you find that you are moving faster than you think you
should at the top of the key press you can decrease the sensitivity by pressing FN +
“PGDN”. To decrease the sensitivity of the triggers press FN + “Delete”. The LEDs
will gradually decrease in brightness as you decrease the sensitivity. The sensitivity
settings are maintained individually for F1, F2, and F3 Profiles.
Mouse Speed Control – The speed of the mouse can be increased by pressing FN
+ “PGUP” and decreased by pressing FN + “PGDN“. There are 16 possible speeds
with “5” being the default speed. This can only be adjusted while in the Mouse
Profile (FN + “F4”).
Change Deadzone Compensation – Different games use different kinds of “dead
zone” (a way to get rid of unintended movement on joysticks). If you find that your
movement is strange in some games (for example, you can’t move diagonally as
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fast as you are able to when you move forwards, or you can’t move in slight
directions very easily you can try changing the Deadzone Compensation settings
using FN + “END”. This will compensate for Axial Deadzones shaped like this:
or Radial Deadzones shaped like this:
If you want to know more about
what this does ask Lance, he loves talking about this crap. This setting is tracked
separately in F1 and F3 Profiles, but is not applicable to the F2 Profile.
Analog Curve Control - This feature is designed to assist you to have more control
at the top of the key press or more control at the bottom of the key press. By default
there is a direct linear relationship of how far down you press the key and the analog
values that are sent to the computer. This is represented as the straight blue line in
the graph below:
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If you wish to adjust the response so that you have more control at the top of the
press (for example the orange line) you can adjust the curve by pressing FN + “Up
Arrow”. If you want more control at the bottom of the press (for example, the purple
line) you can adjust the curve by pressing FN + “Down Arrow”. When the normal
linear setting is selected the LEDs will turn green. The minimum and maximum
allowed settings will turn the LEDs red.
The analog curve control and the Sensitivity settings above interact with each other
significantly. In order to get the desired response across a variety of games it may
be necessary to completely turn off the sensitivity by pressing FN + “PGDN” until the
LEDs turn red. Likewise, it may be necessary to significantly increase the sensitivity
to still use a curvilinear response but not completely remove the ability to activate
movement at the top of the switch. Currently, the analog curve control settings only
apply to the WASD/ESDF keys.
This feature is intended for advanced users only. Most users will experience very
good results using the default linear setting.
Disable Keypresses at bottom of key press – By default in F1-F3 modes if you
press the analog keys all the way down it will send a key press for that
corresponding key. This is so that you can still type while using analog control.
However, this may occasionally cause problems in some games and it may be
desired to completely disable the keyboard key press at the bottom of the key press.
This can be done by pressing FN + “HOME”. This setting is tracked independently
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for F1,F2, and F3 Profiles, so you can choose which profiles it is active and which it
is not.
You can set the activation point of this keystroke by pressing FN + ”[“ to lower the
activation point and FN + “]” to increase the activation point. Please note that the
higher that this activation point occurs the less of the 4mm range of the switch can
be used for analog functions.
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Activation Point Control
First Activation Point – In F5 mode you can set the activation point of the 12
analog keys. By default the activation point is at the very top of the key press. To
make the activation at a lower point in the key press you can press FN + “PGDN“.
To set it at a higher activation point you can use FN + “PGUP”.
Second Activation Point – In F5 mode you can send a second keystroke using a
single key. This can be enabled/disabled per each QWERASDF analog key. To
enable/disable this feature simply press FN and the corresponding analog key you
want to enable/disable the second activation point for. For example, if you wanted
to enable the secondary activation point under just the “R” key you would press
FN+R and the LEDs will turn green letting you know it has been enabled. If you
wish to enable it for other keys press FN and then each key you wish to enable the
feature for. The activation point of this second press is selected using the FN +
“INS“ to increase the activation point and FN + “DEL” to decrease the activation
point. It is not possible to set the activation point of the second key press higher
than the activation point of the first and the keyboard will prevent you from doing so.
Currently the “Q”, “W”, “E”, “R” keys will use “U”, “I”, “O”, “P” as the secondary press
and “A”, “S”, “D”, “F” will use “J”, “K”, “L”, “;” as the secondary press.
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Lighting Effects and Control
Bloom Lighting Effect – Pressing FN + “F8” will start a “Bloom” lighting effect
where pretty colors will gradually increase on the analog and then the non-analog
keys reminiscent of a couple of blooming electric flowers.
Breathing Lighting Effect – Pressing FN + “F9” will start a “Breathing” lighting
effect. The analog keys will remain the set colors for the selected profile but the
other normal digital keys will all be lit in white and will gradually increase and
decrease in brightness.
Light Show Lighting Effect – Pressing FN + “F10” will start a repeating pattern of
varying colors. Caution: Seizure Warning.
Lighting Effect Speed Control – Pressing FN + “-” will decrease the speed of the
lighting effects above. Pressing FN + “+” will increase the speed of the lighting
effect.
Adjust Color and Brightness of Analog Keys – Pressing FN + “F11” will initially
turn off the backlighting of all analog keys. You can then set the color and
brightness of these keys based off how far down you press the A, S, and D keys.
“A” controls the brightness of Red, “S” controls the brightness of Green, and “D”
controls the brightness of Blue. Combining more than one key at a time will allow
you to select any color. Pressing all keys at the same time will turn the LEDs white.
Once the desired color and brightness is selected pressing “Space” will freeze the
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desired color for that current profile. If “Space” is not pressed, after 20 seconds, the
mode will exit automatically and use the previously stored color. The LEDs will blink
red twice if this occurs. Each of the six profiles (F1-F6) will independently store the
color of the keys to the keyboard. For example, if you are in the F1 profile and
change the color of the keys to be orange instead of the default blue color, then
every time you switch to the F1 profile the LEDs will be orange for the F1 profile
instead of blue. Warning: The “Oh crap” (FN+ESC) feature will restore all LED
colors to their default settings.
Adjust Color and Brightness of Digital Keys – Pressing FN+F12 will initially turn
off the backlighting of all digital keys. You can then set the color and brightness of
these keys based off how far down you press the A, S, and D keys. “A” controls the
brightness of Red, “S” controls the brightness of Green, and “D” controls the
brightness of Blue. Combining more than one key at a time will allow you to select
any color. Pressing all keys at the same time will turn the LEDs white. Once the
desired color and brightness is selected pressing “Space” will freeze the desired
color for that current profile. If “Space” is not pressed, after 20 seconds, the mode
will exit automatically and use the previously stored color. The LEDs will blink red
twice if this occurs. Each of the six profiles (F1-F6) will independently store the color
of the keys to the keyboard. For example, if you are in the F1 profile and change
the color of the keys to be orange instead of the default blue color, then every time
you switch to the F1 profile the LEDs will be orange for the F1 profile instead of
blue. Note: The “Oh crap” (FN+ESC) feature will restore the LED colors to their
default settings.
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Calibration and Trim
The analog keys of the Aimpad R5 have been calibrated at the factory. Under
normal circumstances it should not be necessary to manually calibrate your
keyboard. However, unforeseen circumstances and environmental factors outside
of our control may lead to the keyboard starting to drift in one direction causing
unintended movement even though the analog keys are not being pressed.
Prior to attempting to recalibrate the keyboard it is recommended to allow the
keyboard to reach a fully stable state. For best results please ensure that the
keyboard has been plugged into a computer for at least 30 minutes prior to
performing a manual calibration.
Manual Calibration – To initiate a manual calibration process press the FN +
“Scroll Lock” keys. All the analog keys will temporarily be lit in White. In order for
the keys to become properly calibrated the keyboard will need to be able to detect
the lowest possible values and the highest possible values. You have about 10
seconds to press each of these 12 analog keys all the way down. It is
recommended to press each key 2 or 3 times times so it gets a good reading of both
the top and bottom values of each key. After about 10 seconds the LEDs will return
to their previous state and the keyboard should no longer create unintended
movement.
Trim – If multiple attempts at a manual calibration does not resolve the issue then it
may be necessary to apply “trim” to the keys. If you find that you are drifting in one
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direction increasing the trim will throw away values until it no longer drifts. Pressing
FN + ”>” will add more trim to the keyboard. If you find that you have to press keys
down further than you think you should decreasing the trim should help alleviate this
to some extent. Pressing FN + “<” will remove trim from the keyboard but may
cause unintended movement.
The trim settings above apply to the left and right “sticks” of the F1-F3 modes. If you
wish to adjust the trim for the analog “triggers” (for example, the Q and E keys in the
F3 profile) this is adjusted using FN + “;” to decrease the trim and FN + “ ’ ” to
increase the trim.
Please note: In most cases, the Trim feature should only be used as a last resort.
Most issues are solved through Manual Calibration and the Sensitivity Features
above.
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Function Key Reference List
Below is a list of all the function key combinations that enable/disable features on
the keyboard. When a feature is activated the LEDs will gradually turn green. When
they are deactivated they will turn red and gradually dim. If there are multiple
settings for a specific feature (like Sensitivity for example) then the LEDs will be lit in
white and gradually increase or decrease as the feature is adjusted. The “default”
setting will turn the LEDs green and the maximum and minimum values will turn the
LEDs red.
Layer Selection
FN + “~” – Swap Layer Selection key between CAPSLock or Scroll Lock
CAPSLock/Scroll Lock – Switch between Layer 1 selected profile and Layer 2 selected profile
Profile Selection
FN + “F1” – FPS Profile
FN + “F2” – Driving Profile
FN + “F3” – Flight Simulator Profile
FN + “F4” – Mouse Profile
FN + “F5” – MOBA Profile – Hair Trigger Analog Keys
FN + “F6” – Normal Boring Keyboard Profile
FN + “Left ALT” – Swap Key Layout for current Profile
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Digital Function Features
FN + “Space” – Swap select keyboard keys with Xbox buttons
FN + “Left Shift” – Turn on/off normal “CAPSlock” key
FN + “P” – Modify Windows Key to function as “P”
FN + “ESC” – “Oh Crap” Feature – resets all settings to default.
FN + “J” – Activate Xbox face buttons on IJKL keys
Analog Function Features
FN + “PGUP” – Increase Sensitivity of Sticks to compensate for Deadzone
FN + “PGDN” – Decrease Sensitivity of Sticks to compensate for Deadzone
FN + “INS” – Increase Sensitivity of Triggers to compensate for Deadzone
FN + “DEL” – Decrease Sensitivity of Triggers to compensate for Deadzone
FN + “Up Arrow” – Increase Curve of Analog Stick
FN + “Down Arrow” – Decrease Curve of Analog Stick
FN + “END” – Swap Deadzone Type between Axial Deadzone/Radial Deadzone
FN + “R” – Enable/Disable R/F (Layout1) or Q/A (Layout2) Analog keys in F1/F3 Modes
FN + “Q” – Enable/Disable Q/E (Layout1) or W/R (Layout2) Analog keys in F1/F3 Modes
FN + “Q” – Enable/Disable “Smooth Scroll” feature in F4 Mode
FN + “HOME” – Enable/Disable activation of keyboard keys under analog keys
FN + “[“ – Lower activation point of keypress at bottom of analog keys
FN + “]” – Raise activation point of keypress at bottom of analog keys
Activation Point Control
FN + “PGDN“ – Decrease Activation Point of first key press in F5 Mode
FN + “PGUP” – Increase Activation Point of first key press in F5 Mode
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FN + “DEL“ - Decrease Activation Point of second key in F5 Mode and Keypress in F1-F3
Modes
FN + “INS” – Increase Activation Point of second key in F5 Mode and Keypress in F1-F3 Modes
FN + “QWERASDF” – Enable/Disable second activation point on the corresponding key
Lighting Effects and Control
FN + “F8” – Bloom Lighting Effect
FN+ “F9” – Breathing Lighting Effect
FN + “F10” – Lightshow Lighting Effect
FN + “-” – Decrease speed of Lighting Effect
FN + “+” – Increase speed of Lighting Effect
FN + “F11” – Modify color of analog keys in current profile using ASD and “Space” to set
FN + “F12” – Modify color of digital keys in current profile using ASD and “Space” to set
Calibration and Trim Control
FN + “SCROL LOCK” – Start Calibration Routine
FN + “>” - Increase Trim on Stick control
FN + “<” - Decrease Trim of Stick control
FN + ” ’ ” – Increase Trim on Trigger control
FN + “ ; “ – Decrease Trim on Trigger control
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Troubleshooting
Problem: I have to press the key down further then I think I should. It should
respond at the top of the press!
First, try pressing FN + PgUp to increase the sensitivity until the game responds at
the top of the key press.
If that doesn’t work, try a manual calibration using FN+Scroll Lock as described
above.
If that still doesn’t work, you might consider changing the color of the LEDs of the
analog keys to white (if they aren’t already). The calibration process is performed
with the LEDs being white. It is often best to keep the same lighting characteristics
for consistent performance.
Lastly, you can try decreasing the Trim by pressing FN + “<”, just be aware that this
may cause unintended movement if the Trim is decreased too much.
Problem: My keyboard is causing my game character or vehicles to move
around even though I’m not pressing any of the keys!
First, ensure that the keyboard has been plugged in for at least 30 minutes. Then
start a manual calibration process by pressing FN + “Scroll Lock”. Press each of the
lit white keys 2 or 3 times. If the keyboard is still causing movement press FN + “>”
to increase the trim setting until the unintended movement stops.
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Problem: I can’t figure out what is going on, the settings are all messed up!
Press FN + “ESC” and all user configured settings will return to default.
Problem: I have an issue that cannot be resolved with any of the steps above!
Please contact us at support@aimpad.com
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