software manual

SOFTWARE MANUAL
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TOPICS
Software Overview 3
1. MAIN Settings
4
2. SENSOR Settings
14
3. MACRO Settings
19
4. LIGHT Settings
23
5. TEST Functions
24
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Software Functions
Software Functions
Among other features, set macros, adjust sensor settings, save user profiles,
and customize LED lighting of your EDGE 101 Optical Gaming Mouse
with EDGE software by HORI.
⑪
Profile 1
①
②
③
④
⑤
MAIN
SENSOR
MACRO
LIGHT
TEST
⑭
GAME LINK
Scroll Button
Left Button
Right Button
DPI Button
Profile Button
Left Side Button 1
Right Side Button 1
Left Side Button 2
Right Side Button 2
Left Rear Button
Right Rear Button
⑥
Export
⑦
⑧
Import
⑨
⑩
Save
Default
LANGUAGE
Name
Function
①
MAIN
Key settings
②
SENSOR
Sensor settings
③
MACRO
Macro settings
④
LIGHT
LED lighting settings
⑤
TEST
Mouse testing software
⑥
EXPORT
Export saved profile settings
⑦
IMPORT
Import saved profile settings
⑧
DEFAULT
Return settings to default
⑨
SAVE
Save settings
⑩
CANCEL
Cancel changes
⑪
PROFILE 1
Select from Profile 1 to Profile 5
⑫
LANGUAGE
Select language
⑬
SOFTWARE UPDATE Link to software update page
⑭
GAME LINK
Cancel
ENGLISH
⑫
Link profile to game or application software
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⑬
1.MAIN Settings
1.MAIN Settings
Profile 1
MAIN
①
SENSOR
MACRO
LIGHT
TEST
GAME LINK
②
②
Scroll Button
Left Button
Right Button
DPI Button
Profile Button
Left Side Button 1
Right Side Button 1
Left Side Button 2
Right Side Button 2
Left Rear Button
Right Rear Button
Export
Import
Save
Default
LANGUAGE
Cancel
ENGLISH
Profile 1
MAIN
SENSOR
③
④
GAME LINK
MACRO
LIGHT
TEST
Button Assignment
Scroll Button
Default
⑤
Scroll Button
Default
Left Button
Right Button
Keyboard Functions
DPI Button
Mouse Functions
Profile Button
Left Side Button 1
Sensitivity Settings
Right Side Button 1
Macro Settings
Left Side Button 2
Right Side Button 2
Switch Profile
Left Rear Button
Right Rear Button
Multimedia Functions
Windows Shortcuts
Save
Export
Import
⑥
Cancel
Default
Save
LANGUAGE
①
Cancel
ENGLISH
Name
Functions
Game Link Menu
Set specific game/application software to automatically
load linked profiles when launching software.
(See details on pg. 13)
②
Buttons
Buttons that can be assigned functions or macros.
③
Button Edit Menu
Click a button to open the Button Edit Menu for that button.
④
Selected button
The selected button displays here.
⑤
Assignable functions
A list of assignable functions displays
in the Button Edit Menu. (See details on pg. 5)
⑥
Save / Cancel
Click Save or Cancel to save or cancel button settings.
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1.MAIN Settings
Assignable Button Functions
Button Assignment
Profile 1
MAIN
ボタンの割り当て
SENSOR
MACRO
LIGHT
Scroll Button
TEST
Button Assignment
GAME LINK
Scroll Button
スクロールボタン
Default
Default
Default
デフォルト
DPI Button
Left Side Button 1
①
②
③
Right Button
Mouse Functions
Profile Button
Sensitivity Settings
Macro Settings
デフォルト
Left Side Button 2
Left Rear Button
Scroll Button
Keyboard Functions
Left Button
Right Side Button 1
Switch Profile
Right Side Button 2
Multimedia Functions
キーボードの機能
Windows Shortcuts
マウスの機能Save
感度の設定
Export
Import
Right Rear Button
Cancel
Save
Default
マクロの設定
Cancel
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
プロファイル切り替え
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
Default
Keyboard Functions
Mouse Functions
Sensitivity Settings
Macro Settings
Switch Profile
Multimedia Functions
Windows Shortcuts
Save
Cancel
Windows Shortcuts
⑤
⑨
Disable
Save
Cancel
Function Name
Function
①
Default
Keep or restore default button settings.
②
Keyboard
Set a key from the keyboard.
③
Mouse Function
Set a button or function from a mouse.
④
Sensor Settings
Set sensor adjustment functions.
⑤
Macro Settings
Set macros or playback methods.
⑥
Cycle Profiles
Set as another profile or ability to cycle through profiles.
⑦
Media Functions
Functions relating to media players for video or audio.
⑧
Windows Shortcut
Set button as this Windows function.
⑨
Disable
Disable key function.
①Default
・Restore default button settings.
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1.MAIN Settings
②Keyboard Functions
・Keyboard functions can be assigned to the selected button by double-clicking
the“Select a Key After Double Click”button then setting the desired key
by typing it on the keyboard.
Button Assignment
Button Assignment
Scroll Button
Scroll Button
Keyboard Functions
Keyboard Functions
Select a Key
Select a Key
Select a Key After Double Click
Key input displayed
here
・All keys except ESC, Window, and Function can be assigned.
・
“Shift+[key]”
,“Alt+[key]”
,“Ctrl+[key]”combinations can also be assigned.
Save
Save
Cancel
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Cancel
1.MAIN Settings
③Mouse Functions
・Assign other mouse button functions to the selected button.
Button Assignment
Scroll Button
Mouse Functions
Mouse Functions
Left Button
Left Button
Right Button
Scroll Button
Back
Next
Scroll Up
Save
Cancel
Assignable Functions
Functions Name
Left Click
Right Click
Scroll Button
Back
Next
Scroll Up
Scroll Down
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1.MAIN Settings
④Sensitivity Setting
・Mouse sensor sensitivity adjustment functions can be assigned to
the selected mouse button.
Button Assignment
Scroll Button
Sensitivity Settings
Sensitivity Settings
DPI Switch
DPI Switch
DPI Setting Up
DPI Setting Down
X-axis Fixed
Y-axis Fixed
Save
Cancel
Name
Function
DPI Switch
Cycle through DPI1 to DPI5 settings saved in the SENSOR Settings tab.
DPI Setting Up
Increase DPI by 50 with each click
DPI Setting Down
Decrease DPI by 50 with each click.
X-axis Fixed
While holding the button the cursor will only move along the X-axis (horizontally).
Cursor will not move along the Y-axis even when mouse is moved vertically.
Y-Axis Fixed
While holding the button the cursor will only move along the Y-axis (vertically).
Cursor will not move along the X-axis even when mouse is moved horizontally.
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1.MAIN Settings
⑤Macro Settings
・Record macros using this tool.
Button Assignment
Scroll Button
Macro Settings
Macro Selection
Macro Selection
Click here to display a list of
user-created macros to select from.
Repeats
Play once
Play once
Button Assignment
Play multiple repeats
Playback(While pressing key)
Scroll Button
Continuous Playback ON
Save
Cancel
Macro Settings
Macro Selection
Macro Selection
Repeats
Play multiple repeats
Repeats
Delay
Seconds
Save
Cancel
Save
・If "Play multiple times" is selected,
you can input the number of times
and delay between cycles.
Cancel
Macro Settings
Name
Function
Play Once
Play macro once per click.
Play multiple times
・Macro will play and repeat while the mouse button is
held down a set number of times (up to 99 times).
・A time delay can be set between each repeat cycle
(up to 4 seconds of delay).
Playback (While pressing key) The selected macro will playback continuously
while the mouse button is held down.
Continuous Playback ON
Toggle continuous macro playback ON or OFF
by clicking selected button.
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1.MAIN Settings
⑥Switch Profile
Button Assignment
Scroll Button
Switch Profile
Switch Profile
Switch Profile
Profile Up
Profile Down
Profile 1
Profile 2
Profile 3
Profile 4
Save
Cancel
Switch Profile Settings
Name
Function
Switch Profile
Cycle through profiles 1 through 5 by clicking selected button.
Profile Up
Click to cycle through profiles in the order of 1 to 5.
If profile 5 is selected, profile will not change further.
Profile Down
Click to cycle through profiles in the order of 5 to 1.
If profile 1 is selected, profile will not change further.
Profile 1
Change to Profile 1.
Profile 2
Change to Profile 2.
Profile 3
Change to Profile 3.
Profile 4
Change to Profile 4.
Profile 5
Change to Profile 5.
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1.MAIN Settings
⑦Multimedia Functions
It is possible to set media player functions to selected mouse buttons.
Button Assignment
Scroll Button
Multimedia Functions
Multimedia Functions
Media Player
Media Player
Play/Pause
Stop
Previous Track
Next Track
Volume Up
Save
Cancel
Name
Function
Media Player
Open Media Player
Play/Pause
Play or Pause media playback
Previous Track
Skip to previous track
Next Track
Skip the next track
Volume Up
Increase volume
Volume Down
Decrease volume
Mute
Mute audio
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1.MAIN Settings
⑧Windows Shortcuts
It is possible to assign Windows shortcut functions to selected mouse buttons.
Button Assignment
Scroll Button
Windows Shortcuts
Windows Shortcuts
Close Application
Close Application
Show Desktop
Copy
Cut
Paste
Undo
Save
Cancel
Windows Shortcut Name
Function
Close application
Close currently running application
Show Desktop
Minimize windows and show desktop
Copy
Copy function
Paste
Paste function
Cut
Cut function
Undo
Undo function
Select all
Select all function
Start Menu
Open Start Menu
Computer lock
Lock computer
Task Manager
Start Task Manager
⑨Disable
・Button is disabled and does not output anything when pressed.
(Disable function can be disabled and button will function normally
while CTRL key is held)
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1.MAIN Settings
Game Link Function
Automatically load selected profiles when launching games or application
by using the Game Link function to link saved profiles to specified applications.
Profile 1
MAIN
SENSOR
MACRO
LIGHT
TEST
①
GAME LINK
③
GAME LINK
Scroll Button
GAME 1.exe
Left Button
Right Button
②
DPI Button
Left Side Button 1
Profile Button
Right Side Button 1
Left Side Button 2
Right Side Button 2
Left Rear Button
Right Rear Button
Export
Import
Default
Save
LANGUAGE
①
Cancel
ENGLISH
Button/Feature
Function
Game Link Button
・Search for and set the software’
s“.exe”file to link
the software to the selected profile.
・After clicking a window will pop up for“.exe”file selection.
②
Linked Software
The name of the linked“.exe”file will be displayed.
③
Cancel Button
Unlink the“.exe”file from the software with this button.
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Profile 1
2.SENSOR Settings
MAIN
DPI
2.SENSOR Settings
①
X
Y
Profile 1
MAIN
DPI
①
SENSOR
DPI1
MACRO
DPI2
DPI3
LIGHT
X
Y
X
Y
DPI4
DPI5
⑦
250Hz
Sensor Adjustment
X
Y
⑧
500Hz
ON
1000Hz
OFF
Optimize for mouse pad
② X/Y-Axis
Acceleration
③
Pointer Speed
④
Scroll Speed
⑤
Double-Click Speed ⑥
Mouse Pad Profile
Mouse Pad Calibration
X
Y
X
Y
② X/Y-Axis Adjustment Lock
Acceleration
③
Pointer Speed
④
Scroll Speed
⑤
Double-Click Speed ⑥
Export
Lift-off Distance
ON
OFF
5
4
3
2
Default
Save
LANGUAGE
番号 Name
①
DPI Setting Meter
Export
1
Import
Cancel
ENGLISH
Function
・Set 5 DPI profiles (DPI 1 ‒ DPI 5)
・Adjust DPI by units of 50 DPI
・The DPI settings are adjusted low to high
by dragging the white dot from left to right
on the blue ring.
②
X/Y Axis Adjustment Lock
ON: X and Y axis sensitivity is adjusted together
OFF: X or Y axis sensitivity can be adjusted
independently.
③
Acceleration
Pointer acceleration can be adjusted by 10 levels.
(Left is low, right is high)
④
Pointer Speed
Pointer speed can be adjusted by 10 levels.
⑤
Scroll Speed
Scroll speed can be adjusted by 10 levels.
⑥
Double-Click Speed
Double-click speed can be adjusted by 10 levels.
⑦
Polling Rate
Set polling rate speed to 125Hz、250Hz、500Hz、
or 1000Hz.
⑧
Sensor Adjustment
Turn on or off sensor adjustment settings such as
mouse pad calibration, etc.
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D
TEST
Polling Rate
125Hz
DPI1
Profile 1
2.SENSOR Settings
SENSOR
MACRO
DPI2
DPI3
LIGHT
TEST
⑦
Polling Rate
125Hz
250Hz
500Hz
1000Hz
⑧Sensor Adjustment
X
Y
ment Lock
DPI5
①
Sensor Adjustment
X
Y
ON
OFF
Optimize for mouse pad
②
Mouse Pad Profile
③
Mouse Pad Calibration
X
Y
Lift-off Distance
ON
④
OFF
5
4
3
2
1
port
Default
Name
Save
Cancel
Function
①
Sensor Adjustment
LANGUAGE
Allows
you to adjust the mouse sensor.
②
Mouse Pad Profile
Select from a list of calibrated mouse pads saved as
ENGLISH
Profiles.
③
Mouse Pad Calibration
Switches to calibration screen.
④
Lift-off Distance
Adjust the mouse lift-off distance from 5 levels.
Sensor Adjustment
・Adjust the sensor to optimize tracking performance.
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2.SENSOR Settings
Mouse Pad Calibration
・Calibrates the surface of the mouse pad for optimized mouse sensor
performance.
Profile 1
MAIN
Mouse Pad Calibration
②
SENSOR
MACRO
LIGHT
TEST
④
①
New
Delete
※ Click New to calibrate mouse pad.
③
Hold the left mouse button and move mouse over entire mouse pad surface.
Export
Import
Default
Save
LANGUAGE
①
Cancel
ENGLISH
Name
Function
Mouse Pad Name
・Choose from a selection of saved mouse pads.
・Change the name of the custom mouse pad.
②
New
Add a new mouse pad to calibrate.
③
Delete
Delete a calibrated mouse pad.
④
Calibration Screen
Displays the mouse movement for calibration testing.
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DPI
①
DPI1
2.SENSOR Settings
X
Y
▼ How to calibrate
1. Click on“Calibration”to switch to the calibration screen.
2. Click on“New”to add a mouse pad.
※Click on the“Mouse Pad Name”to change the name of the mouse pad.
※Click on“Delete”to remove a mouse pad.
DPI4
X
Y
Click and hold the left mouse button to commence calibration.
Move the mouse over the entire mouse pad surface.
X/Y-Axis Adjustm
Calibration will be complete after moving the mouse for 10 seconds.
※Optical mouse may not be able to track movement on Acceleration
surfaces such as
clear (i.e. Glass), mirrored, and finely patterned surfaces.
Pointer Speed
※If the mouse sensor movement is not stable, repeating the calibration steps
may improve performance.
Scroll Speed
②
MAIN
Double-Click Speed
DPI
①
③
④
⑤
⑥
SE
DPI1
Profile
1
Export
MAIN
Mouse Pad Calibration
②
SENSOR
MACRO
TEST
④
①
New
LIGHT
Impo
X
Y
Delete
※ Click New to calibrate mouse pad.
③
DPI4
X
Y
② X/Y-Axis Adjustm
Acceleration
③
Pointer Speed
④
Scroll Speed
⑤
Double-Click Speed ⑥
Hold the left mouse button and move mouse over entire mouse pad surface.
Export
Import
Default
Save
LANGUAGE
Cancel
ENGLISH
Export
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Impo
ock
DPI3
125Hz
DPI5
250Hz
500Hz
ON
Sensor Adjustment
X
Y
1000Hz
2.SENSOR Settings
OFF
Lift-Off Distance Optimize for mouse pad
・The lower the number, the shorter lift-off distance.
Mouse Pad Profile
・The higher the number, the longer lift-off distance.
・Adjusting the
“Lift-off distance”after setting the Sensor Calibration may
improve tracking performance.
Mouse Pad Calibration
X
Y
ON
Lift-off Distance
OFF
5
4
Profile 1
3
R
ock
⑦
Polling Rate
MACRO
DPI3
2
LIGHT
TEST
⑦
Polling Rate
Default
1
250HzSave
Cancel
500Hz
1000Hz
Mouse Pad Profile 125Hz
Calibrated Mouse Pads can be saved as a Profile.
LANGUAGE
DPI5
ON
Sensor Adjustment
X
Y
ENGLISH
OFF
Optimize for mouse pad
Mouse Pad Profile
EDGE 401
402
MouseEDGE
Pad Calibration
X
Y
ON
Lift-off Distance
OFF
5
4
3
2
1
Default
Save
Cancel
・Click on “Mouse Pad Profile” to view a list of saved mouse pad profiles.
・Select the mouse pad that is optimized for your gaming purpose.
LANGUAGE
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ENGLISH
3.MACRO Settings
3.MACRO Settings
MAIN
マクロを選択
Profile 1
MAIN
SENSOR
MACRO
Macro Selection
①
②
LIGHT
TEST
Macro Editor
CUSTOM 0
New
Delete
③
Delete
⑦
⑧
⑨
Insert
⑩
設定
Setting
④
⑤
Recorded Interval
Fixed Interval
⑥
0.05
Seconds
0.5
Record/Stop
Export
Import
Default
Save
LANGUAGE
Cancel
ENGLISH
Name
Function
①
Macro selection
Displays a list of all saved macros to confirm or edit.
②
New
Create a new macro.
③
Delete
Delete saved macros.
④
Recorded Interval
Save a macro at the actual input speed recorded.
(See details on pg. 21)
⑤
Fixed Interval
Save a macro with a set time interval between each input.
(See details on pg. 21)
⑥
Record/Stop
Record or stop recording a macro.
⑦
Delete
Delete the selected input.(See details on pg. 22)
⑧
Down
Move selected input down.(See details on pg. 22)
⑨
Up
Move selected input up.(See details on pg. 22)
⑩
Insert
Insert a new command into the selection.
(See details on pg. 22)
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MACRO
3.MACRO Settings
Macro Editor
LIGHT
TEST
Profile 1
マクロを編集
MAIN
SENSOR
Macro Selection
MACRO
LIGHT
TEST
Macro Editor
CUSTOM 0
Delete
New
Insert
Delete
1
①
1
0.6 SECOND
②
③
0.6 SECOND
Setting
Recorded Interval
Fixed Interval
0.05
Seconds
1
1.5 SECOND
A
0.65 SECOND
A
Record/Stop
1
1.5 SECOND
A
0.65 SECOND
A
Export
Import
Default
Save
LANGUAGE
Cancel
ENGLISH
Name
Function
①
Push Mark
Indicates the key was pushed.
②
Let go Mark
Indicates the key was released.
③
Interval Mark
Length of time between actions. (up to 60 seconds)
言語
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3.MACRO Settings
Recording Macros
When recording macros you can choose between two types of time intervals.
①Recorded Interval
・
“Recorded interval”records the timing of the macro exactly as entered by
the user, including the length of time the key is Profile
held1 down and the length of
time between key presses.
MAIN
SENSOR
Macro Selection
MACRO
LIGHT
TEST
Macro Editor
CUSTOM 0
Delete
New
Insert
Delete
1
Time between key presses
0.6 SECOND
Setting
1
Recorded Interval
Fixed Interval
0.05
Time key is held down
1.5 SECOND
Seconds
A
0.65 SECOND
User input timing recorded exactly
A
Record/Stop
②Fixed Interval
Profile 1
・
“Fixed Interval”records the macro with a set user-defined
time interval
for each
keyes and
the time
between presses.
MAIN
SENSOR
MACRO
LIGHT
TEST
Macro Selection
Macro Editor
CUSTOM 0
Delete
New
Export
Delete
Import
Insert
1
Default
0.6 SECOND
Setting
Recorded Interval
Fixed Interval
0.05
Seconds
1
Time key is held down
Save
Cancel
Time between
key presses
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
1.5 SECOND
A
0.65 SECOND
Set time interval for each key press
A
Up to 60 second interval
Record/Stop
MAI
※Register up to 64 key-presses per macro.
Macro Selection
CUSTOM 0
New
Export
Import
Default
Save
LANGUAGE
Cancel
ENGLISH
Setting
Fixe
Export
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3.MACRO Settings
Deleting commands
・The selected command’
s“push”icon,“release”icon, and time intervals
should be deleted together.
・By deleting the time interval between button inputs, time interval will become
0 (zero) seconds which is the equivalent of pressing the buttons
simultaneously in the macro.
Moving Commands
・Click or when the command is highlighted it to move it up or down.
※
“Release”icon cannot come before“Push”
, etc.
Profile 1
MAIN
SENSOR
MACRO
Macro Selection
TEST
②Click
insert
LIGHT
Macro Editor
CUSTOM 0
Delete
New
Insert
Delete
①Select insert position
1
0.6 SECOND
Setting
1
Recorded Interval
Fixed Interval
0.05
1.5 SECOND
Seconds
A
0.65 SECOND
A
Record/Stop
④Enter desired key(s)
③Click Record / ⑤Click Stop
Changing time interval
SENSOR
Profile 1
Profile 1
・It is possible the edit the
length of macro time intervals by following
Export
Import
Default
Save
Cancel
the
steps below.
MACRO
LIGHT
MAIN
TEST SENSOR
MACRO
LIGHT
TEST
LANGUAGE
Macro Editor
Macro Selection
InsertCUSTOM 0
Delete
Delete
New
Delete
1
0.6 SECOND
.05
Seconds
0.6 SECOND
Setting
1
Fixed Interval
A
1
Recorded Interval
1.5 SECOND
0.05
1.5 SECOND
Seconds
A
0.65 SECOND
0.65 SECOND
A
rd/Stop
Insert
Delete
1
Interval
A
Record/Stop
①Select time interval
②Double click time (numeral)
Import
ENGLISH
Macro Editor
Default
Export
Save
LANGUAGE
Cancel
Import
③Enter desired time and save
Default
Save
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
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Cancel
ENGLISH
4.LIGHT Settings
4.LIGHT Settings
Profile 1
MAIN
Light Color
SENSOR
MACRO
LIGHT
TEST
①
Brightness Level
③
3
X
Y
Light Color Setting
②
④
Blink Speed
0
X
Y
Export
Import
Default
Save
LANGUAGE
Cancel
ENGLISH
Lighting Tools
Function
①
Standard Colors
Select the lighting color from the standard color palette.
②
Custom Colors
Further customize the lighting color using Custom Colors tool.
③
Brightness Level
Turn the dial to set the brightness to 3 levels.
Setting to“0 (zero)”will turn the light off.
Breathing Speed
④
Turn the dial to set the breathing speed to 10 levels.
The higher the number, the slower the speed.
Setting to“0 (zero)”will turn the light off.
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5.TEST Functions
5.TEST Functions
Profile 1
MAIN
SENSOR
MACRO
LIGHT
TEST
Test
①
Clicking Speed Test
“This test will record your fastest clicking speed and demonstrate
the performance of the EDGE 101 Optical Gaming Mouse proprietary microswitch.”
0 Times/Seconds
Personal Best
Begin Test
②
Reaction Time Test
“Test your reaction time by clicking when the circle turns red. This demonstrates
the performance of EDGE 101 Optical Gaming Mouse proprietary microswitch.”
0 Seconds
Personal Best
Export
Import
Default
Begin Test
Save
LANGUAGE
①
Cancel
ENGLISH
Test Type
Function
Clicking Speed Test
・Measure how quickly you can click the mouse.
・Click“Begin Test”to start the test.
②
Reaction Time Test
・Measure your mouse clicking reaction time.
・Click“Begin Test”to start the test.
・Your“Personal Best”time will be displayed on the top screen.
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5.TEST Functions
①Clicking Speed Test
・Click in the blue area to begin the test.
・Number of clicks in 10 seconds will be measured.
Turbo Test
Time
0Seconds
Number of times Frequency
0Times
・Click within the blue area or
the click will not be counted.
Begin Test
②Reaction Time Test
・Click in the blue circle area to begin the test.
・Click on the mouse when the color of the circle changes from blue to red to
measure your reaction time.
・Number of seconds you took to react will be measured 5 times.
Before Test
Reaction Time Test
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
0 Seconds
0 Seconds
0 Seconds
0 Seconds
0 Seconds
During Test
Reaction Time Test
1:
Click here
2:
3:
4:
5:
0 Seconds
0 Seconds
0 Seconds
0 Seconds
0 Seconds
Click Here And Begin Test
Click inside the circle
when it turns red.
Click here
Click Here And Begin Test
・Click within the blue circle or the click will not be counted.
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