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View Full Discussion Has anyone figured out how to add a new color to pick from the cycle menu, or failing that replace one of the presets? Massdrop has provided no information or tutorial on how the LEDs work, only on basic layer editing and key assignments. I've tried adding a custom green color to test it and I've tried replacing the green preset with a different color, and none of it has worked.
No matter what I pick on Layer 0, it replaces every every preset on Layer 0, and I can only use my custom color. To see the presets I have to hold down the Fn key. It let's my cycle through the presets, but as soon as I let go of the Fn key it will only show my custom color.
If I try to do the same thing on Layer 1, I can only view the default presets. My custom color is only displayed while I am holding down the Fn key. It switches back to the presets as soon as I let go of Fn. Also, when on Layer 1 I can switch through the different presets, but I can't actually see them while cycling through them, it only shows the custom color the entire time I am holding down Fn.
Here's a gif I made with my custom green on Layer 1: https://i.imgur.com/4Y9VEmD.gifv
I have no idea what I am doing wrong, but any help would be appreciated. Massdrop has refused to help me in this matter. I think choosing a basic color with no effects should be something that's included by default. I'm not asking for fancy effects or anything. Literally just a new color. If it comes with $30 RGB mechs, it should come with a premium board without having to spend hours researching convoluted firmware flashing.
You'd most likely have to modify the firmware, with programming experience it shouldn't be bad.