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How to use Synapse to autoclick up to 20/sec without Hypershift

  • 5 January 2022
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This is a reiteration of one of my previous posts to make the information a little bit easier to read and understand, and for those that may have missed this wonderful feature. I use a Razer Basalisk, but this feature should be readily available to anyone with a Razer mouse in general. Enjoy!

Step 1: Rebind left click to anything else. You should now have two mouse buttons that perform the "Left Click" function.
Step 2: Click the original left click, then navigate to "Mouse Function" tab within the ensuing menu on the left.
Step 3: With "Left Click" as your mouse function, check the "Enable Turbo" box and select the speed at which you would like the inputs to be made while left click is held per second (1-20.)
Step 4: Rebind the secondary left click function back to it's default mouse function or to whatever is was before.

You can effectively "toggle" this on and off by making two separate profiles and switching between the two. So one profile for "turbo" and one profile for your normal mouse layout. Here's how:

Step 1: Click the 3 dots to the right of "Profile" and select add. Rename one profile "Normal" and the other "Rapid Fire" or something similar. The names can be whatever you want, but I suggest something that will help you differentiate between the two.
Step 2: Configure the Profiles however you want. When you're finished, change your "Sensitivity Clutch" button (purely preference) to "Cycle Up Profile" via the same dropdown menu as with step 2 above, and the other profile to "Cycle Down Profile."

Now you should have two separate mouse profiles, one with turbo and one without, that you can switch between on the fly.

If you have any questions, feel free to reply.

Also, you're welcome.

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