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MSI Clutch GM50 macro
« on: 04-June-19, 08:48:15 »

I just bought the following mouse MSI Clutch GM50.

Can someone help me out and tell me how can I record a macro.
I want to set, so my mouse 1 button is binded to my mouse 5 button. So instead of me clicking all the time, I just want to hold the mouse 5 and to auto click for me. But for some reason I can't get to work. When I select mouse 5 button, than from down select macro and when I try to record the macro, when I press mouse 1 nothing happens, it does not record.
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Re: MSI Clutch GM50 macro
« Reply #1 on: 07-June-19, 18:24:30 »

Anyone to have solution for this problem?
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Re: MSI Clutch GM50 macro
« Reply #2 on: 10-June-19, 03:54:43 »

Hi,

Is this what you want to achieve?
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Re: MSI Clutch GM50 macro
« Reply #3 on: 13-June-19, 09:04:28 »

Thanks I didn't know I had to choose Button L for it to act as mouse1. Which is why I see Button 1 is Button L. Is there a way to make it so when I hold the button (Button5) to endlessly click for me? Rather than just clicking like the default button 1 by 1? Is there like an option to set a delay where after certain amount of time to click again? Like let's say I want while I am holding the mouse5 button to click infinitely?
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