Razer Basilisk v2 - Storing lighting changes on mouse

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by J-S-G, Apr 16, 2020.

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  1. J-S-G

    J-S-G New Member

    Hi,

    I've recently purchased a Razer Basilisk v2 and have been changing the profiles:
    - I'm able to change button behavior (assigning keyboard functions to buttons) and storing them on the mouse through on-board memory.

    - I've done the same for performance changes (using different DPI settings) and storing them as well on the mouse through on-board memory.

    - When I try to change the lightening settings (quick effects: making it static, choosing one color) I can save it to my mouse, but it only seem to be activated when I have Razer Synapse running.

    - Closing Razer Synapse, immediately results going back to standard behavior (spectrum cycling through all the colors). Turning Razer Synapse on again, the color is static.

    - When using a different laptop where Razer Synapse is not installed (and not possible cause I don't have admin rights), the color behavior goes back to the standard behavior (spectrum cycling through all the colors).

    - When I deactive the brightness (switch off the lighting), save it to an on-board profile, switch laptop again, it does seem to be transferred.

    My question:
    - what am I doing wrong to make a static color transferable to a device where Razer Synapse is not installed?

    I have the impression that this is simply not possible? Which seems odd to me as I consider this to be a basic functionality (like switching brightness/lighting on and off) and given the following remark in Razer Synapse:
    "Quick effects are presets that can be saved to a device's profile [...]"

    Thanks for the clarification
     
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