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Tartarus Pro Actuation Point

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by Wolvman, Mar 9, 2020.

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  1. Wolvman

    Wolvman New Member

    Hi Everyone,

    Does anybody know of a way to edit the actuation point of the Tartarus Pro to something that actually separates the primary trigger from the secondary trigger? I've set each to the polar opposite within synapse v3 and it is no where near enough of a separation. The subtlest press will trigger the second key nearly every single time.

    Is there a config file or something that I can edit to go beyond the values that are given in the GUI?

    Thank you.
  2. metis1

    metis1 New Member

    Nope. do you have a way to map macros to your keys? That seems to be broken again and my profile is empty.
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  3. There seems to be no way.
    This is a device construction failiure.
  4. Kurgan2

    Kurgan2 New Member

    So one of the main functions listed _on the box_ doesn't actually exist? That's one heck of a false advertisement lawsuit right there.

    Edit: I see it does "work". It's just that anything more than the most feather light touch on the key pops it right to the secondary function. Given the length of the keypress, they need to figure a way to just set it to switching halfway into the keypress.
    Last edited: May 2, 2020
  5. Practically this function ist not useable, and therefore "not existing" for the customer.
    I fear, there is no way, they can change this behavior, without redesigning hardware (and then replace already sold devices). It's a hardware design failiure.
    I wonder, how this could pass quality control.
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