If I create a set of macros for a particular program, what happens when I switch to a different program?
The DX1 Input System defines the concept of profiles. Profiles are created automatically for you and managed by Ergodex Manager. A profile is associated with one and only one program, and is a collection of macros that are valid for that particular program. When a program has a profile, your DX1 keys will work in that program as defined by the profile associated with the program. If you switch to some other program, the DX1 system will look for a profile for the new program and, if found, the keys will change their setting automatically. You do not have to switch between profiles as you switch between programs; Ergodex Manager will do this for you automatically. If the new program doesnít have a profile in the Ergodex Manager, the Global profile (a special system wide default profile) is used. If you create profiles for most commonly used programs, you can use the DX1 in those programs and Ergodex Manager will automatically load the DX1 keys with right macros on the fly.
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