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This is described in the section called “Linux driver installation”.
The keyboard always starts up with gaming mode enabled, regardless what the profile setting is. My driver lets you set the mode key state depending on profile setting on startup.
I have added some special key events that Roccat didn't implement in it's windows driver. My software additionally supports
Talk with Kone[+] as target
Note that these events do not work on windows and are marked with an asterisk in my software.
Changing the profile can be displayed on screen.
It's possible to use F6 for shortcuts (see the section called “Arvo windows driver”).
The windows driver version 1.28 has some problems. Until Roccat fixes these in a future release you can fix some of them easily for yourself:
Problems solved so far:
F6 could not be used for shortcuts
Save profile" Button crashed with "
Encountered an improper argument"
message on Windows 7 (and probably Vista)
Open exe dialog in "
Edit profile" allowed multiple selections.
If multiple files were selected, only path got listed in text field
Download and run this patchinstaller: Arvo128update1.exe
The patchinstaller is no complete driver installer but contains only the changes, so you need the original Arvo driver version 1.28 installed before you update. The installer was created with the freeware version of Patch Maker.
My answer wasn't addressed here, where to look now? Problems that apply to all devices are addressed here the section called “FAQs”.