Adding limited support for legacy devices into the current synapse. | Razer Insider

Adding limited support for legacy devices into the current synapse.

  • 30 November 2023
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As the title suggests, I think it would be helpful for at least some people to be able to at least have limited control over legacy devices all from within one single version of Synapse. It would also be a huge plus towards sustainability to be able to keep old hardware running as long as possible. Personally, I’ve got a Basilisk V3 which requires Synapse 3, but I’m still using the same Blackwidow Ultimate Stealth that I got back in 2016, as well as an Orbweaver Chroma Stealth that I bought used. I understand that adding legacy support would take manpower away from the rest of the software development, but having to manage 2 different pieces of software just so I don’t have to buy either a used mouse or a new keyboard and whatever y’all are calling the Orbweaver now is annoying, and potentially taxing for users with less capable computer hardware.

I get that things like Razer Chroma or similar features may not be added for the legacy devices, but at least being able to manage keybinds all within one software would be a huge help.


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