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Razer Tartarus Pro Primary Actuation Point Modifier Affects Secondary Actuation Point

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by PitBrat, Oct 18, 2020 at 7:30 AM.

  1. PitBrat

    PitBrat New Member

    I want to use the movement keys on the Razer Tartarus Pro to walk on the primary actuation point and run on the secondary actuation point.

    When I set the primary actuation point to "SHIFT+w" and the secondary actuation point to "w", the SHIFT modifier still affects the secondary actuation point. Both points produce a capital "W".

    Is there any way to make the primary actuation point produce "SHIFT+w" and the secondary actuation point produce only "w" without the SHIFT modifier?

    I've fiddled with the keyboard function settings: Key Recording, Alphanumeric + Include Modifier(s), and Enable Turbo. They all produce the same results, the secondary actuation point includes the modifier applied to the primary actuation point.
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