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How to make a macros

Posted: Fri Feb 14, 2020 11:19
by dachiko
I have VKBDevCfg 0.90.81 and Gladiator.
I need help with creating macros which will do something like:

1. Pressed A1 physical Gladiator button (not holding it, just a regular click)
2. Macros starts:
2.1 Press keyboard A, wait 100ms, depress keyboard A
2.2 Wait 80ms
2.3 Press keyboard B, wait 60ms, depress keyboard B
2.4 Wait 30ms
2.5 Press keyboard C, wait 30ms, depress keyboard C
2.6 Wait 30ms
2.7 Go to 2.1
3. Pressed A1 physical Gladiator button (not holding it, just a regular click)
4. Macros stops

Sorry for asking here, but the manual and software is a little bit over my head for such a task.

Re: How to make a macros

Posted: Fri Feb 14, 2020 20:54
by Alex Oz
how critical are time intervals 100/80 - 60/30 - 30/30 mS?

if 75/75(150/75) - 50/25 - 25/25 ? ъ
(the macro engine will require minimal rework for this)

А little more effort is required to macro engine to change according to user needs - but need to know the limitations.

Аnyway it's interesting.

In any case, upgrade to fw 1.98.6

Firstly activate keyboard:
GL KBD.jpg


Macro #1 @ A1 - alternate action

A1.jpg

macro1.jpg

Macro 1_ .jpg

Re: How to make a macros

Posted: Sat Feb 15, 2020 9:25
by dachiko
Thank you Alex!
Time intervals is critical to understanding how to implement them in case I need them. So much easier to learn from example :D

Re: How to make a macros

Posted: Sat Feb 15, 2020 16:55
by Alex Oz
I’ll probably make changes to the macros engine for a freer assignment of TIME SETs.

something like this
TIME SETs new.jpg
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stay in touch

Re: How to make a macros

Posted: Mon Feb 17, 2020 18:59
by Alex Oz
Macros-engine is changed (as described above) - fw v1_98_7/VKBDevCfg-C_v0.91.11
You can freely set the time for pressing / releasing.