What is a macro?
0A macro is an automated input sequence that imitates keystrokes or mouse actions. A macro is typically used to replace a repetitive series of keyboard and mouse actions. By running a macro, users are able to trim downtime normally consumed by repetitive tasks. An macro is typically created by recording a sequence of keyboard and mouse actions using the Macro Recorder.
You will need the latest driver software to your Dragon War mouse to use macro functionality. If you don’t have the driver software, select your mouse and download the driver software for it from below.
Setting up Macro
Open Dragon War Software.
Go to Main control tab.
Select a button you want to assign macro to. And go to Assign macro. Then select Macro manager. (You can also change DPI key to macro button)
Click on NEW to create a new profile and name it anything.
Under ASSIGN MACRO section you will find all your macros. Click on the one you just created. Now you can record your macro.
Click on Start Recording and start clicking keys that you want in your macro. After you are done you can click on Stop Recording to end the recording. In the KEY COMBINATION section, the Down arrow indicates when the button is pressed and Up arrow indicates when the button is released.
If you also want the time between your keystrokes to be recorded you can enable the “The delay between the recording button”.
Once you are done with recording macro, click confirm. And in main control, when you click on the button and navigate to Assign Macro you will find the macro you just created. Just select it and click on apply.
Thats it, you are done creating macro with your Dragon war mouse to make your life easier.