If Harry Potter and other wizards need to type "Expelliarmus" on their keyboards every time they cast the spell, then the outcomes of their wizard duels will greatly depend on the speed they type. If you also need to press many keys in your game in order to do a killing move, then using a macro will help you casting your "spell" instantly. This tutorial shows you how to create a macro, and then assign it to the macro keys on HAVIT Lammergeier HV-KB346L Gaming Keyboard
- Install the driver, and then restart the computer.
- Double click the eagle icon on the task bar to open the “Gaming Keyboard Option” window
- Select “Macro Setting” on the top left of the window
- Click the game mode you wish to edit (default game mode is Game Mode 1, which is bound to M1 key, and game mode 2 is M2 key) or choose the gaming profile that binds to the current game mode (default gaming profile is profile 1 or 2, depends on the game mode you choose)
- Click Macro Manager on the top left,
- Click “new” to create a new macro, name the macro, press enter to finish.
- Click “Start Record” button to record the key sequence, when you finish, click “Stop Record” button in the same location. You can also record the delay between key commands by ticking the checkbox, or set loop times by entering a number. Click “OK” when you finish.
- Click the macro key you want to edit, select ”Assign Macro”, then select the macro you just created. Click “Apply” or “OK” when you finish.
- To use the macro, first you need to select the right game mode by pressing M1 or M2 key on your keyboard (The M1 M2 light on the top right of the keyboard will show red or green color), then press the macro key on the keyboard, and the key sequence will be performed.