Multiple Azeron devices simultaneously.

jclough

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Sorry if this has been covered elsewhere but I couldnt find an answer.

Will it be possible to use both a Cyborg in the left hand and Cryo on the right hand? Obviously the ability to set up different hotkeys for each device etc.
 
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AZGUNS

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Sorry if this has been covered elsewhere but I couldnt find an answer.

Will it be possible to use both a Cyborg in the left hand and Cryo on the right hand? Obviously the ability to set up different hotkeys for each device etc.
I believe it is as I have friends using a keypad in each hand so I don't see how this would be any different
 
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Uus

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I believe it is as I have friends using a keypad in each hand so I don't see how this would be any different
But, can we use the Azeron Software to run both at the same time?
This really needs to exist since it should be common to use both a Cyborg/Cryo at the same time
 
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AZGUNS

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But, can we use the Azeron Software to run both at the same time?
This really needs to exist since it should be common to use both a Cyborg/Cryo at the same time
Well the azeron app is just to set up key binds mostly but I use reWASD and it possible to use any controllers or mouse together with it
 
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Ender

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you can use onboard profil, so even if the software is not loaded, the device still work.

perhaps you have to plug device 1 then device 2 ? if the software can't handle both at same time, it can handle one then the aother :)
 

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Well the azeron app is just to set up key binds mostly but I use reWASD and it possible to use any controllers or mouse together with it
I use reWASD as well and will probably continue to do so with the Cryo but wanted to make sure I still had the choice of either
 

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We are working on the feature in the software to allow multiple devices
I'm looking forward to seeing what applications users find for using dual analog sticks when it's not necessary to bind one of the sticks to mouse-look. I was thinking that the Cyro would be a replacement for my Azeron compact, because I can't imagine needing so many keys for gaming that I would need both controllers. But maybe I could use the Azeron and Cyro together for more efficient 3D modeling than I can get with a keyboard/mouse.
 

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I'm looking forward to seeing what applications users find for using dual analog sticks when it's not necessary to bind one of the sticks to mouse-look. I was thinking that the Cyro would be a replacement for my Azeron compact, because I can't imagine needing so many keys for gaming that I would need both controllers. But maybe I could use the Azeron and Cyro together for more efficient 3D modeling than I can get with a keyboard/mouse.
I'd been wondering what could be done with dual mouse pointers, or at least, using both inputs for separate controls (similar to how dual joysticks get used for movement and aiming), not that I would use one for movement, but I do like the idea of using both inputs for modeling or creating new ways to control games with movement in 3 dimensions (i.e. elite dangerous).

Edit: guess I should say, not that I want to use a second mouse input for 2d movement...
Edit edit: Imagine controlling a game with what equates to the movement pads in Flight of the Navigator XD guess that kinda dates me...
 

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I'd been wondering what could be done with dual mouse pointers, or at least, using both inputs for separate controls (similar to how dual joysticks get used for movement and aiming), not that I would use one for movement, but I do like the idea of using both inputs for modeling or creating new ways to control games with movement in 3 dimensions (i.e. elite dangerous).

Edit: guess I should say, not that I want to use a second mouse input for 2d movement...
Edit edit: Imagine controlling a game with what equates to the movement pads in Flight of the Navigator XD guess that kinda dates me...
you test that now with reWASD, set each mouse as a thumbstick...
 

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I have two Cyborgs (left and right), and I don’t need reWASD to make them work together.
1. I configured them one at a time using the Azeroth software on a windows machine. I gave them different configuration but that‘s not a problem b/c the software can handle many configurations.
2. I plug both into my Mac computer and they work together almost like a regular keyboard. The configuration is intact, kept inside the Cyborgs.
3. Almost, since when I hold shift on one hand it won’t effect the keys on the other hand. This single thing makes me consider using whatever the corresponding reWASD for Mac might be.
 

NickChillClub

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I've the same problem as well. Got my Cyro yesterday and I've been trying to set it up. But it's rewriting my cyborg settings. Would love to see this as two separate devices. For now I can use the Cyro just as a mouse.
 

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I've the same problem as well. Got my Cyro yesterday and I've been trying to set it up. But it's rewriting my cyborg settings. Would love to see this as two separate devices. For now I can use the Cyro just as a mouse.
They are seen as two seperate devices, however they do share the same software profiles.
So if you switch between the same software profile they will both show same ''altered'' profile.


Run one of them on onboard memory and the other one on software profile if you need to
 

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They are seen as two seperate devices, however they do share the same software profiles.
So if you switch between the same software profile they will both show same ''altered'' profile.


Run one of them on onboard memory and the other one on software profile if you need to
Will that ever be changed? like separate software profiles. I have a lot of profiles for many games.
 

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I will be trying to sandbox one on a different usb controller. I will update in a few weeks. I think it can be done but also thinking that only one analog stick can be used for movement.
 

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I was able to get 2 azeron software to run in a sandbox with it working with a cyro, while my cyborg running also. The problem came, it would disconnect and reconnect every few seconds. JoyToKey seems to be the best way to run 2 Azerons at the same time for now.
Sorry took so long.
 
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collingsjj

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Is this a temporary workaround? Or is this as far as the company intends to go?

Having used Razer for years, I'm used to being able to have software profiles for every game for both my keypad and my mouse. I find it much easier to setup my devices based on the default in-game controls than to keep a default setup on my devices and try to screw around with (often poorly implemented) in-game control settings.

With over 50+ software profiles in Razer (games + design apps), it will be difficult using 6 on-board profiles for my mouse (Cyro) while giving software profiles only to my Cyborg. So I'm curious if Azeron allowing multiple devices is planned and just not ready, or if we're expected to just use the Azeron software for calibration and then use third-party stuff like reWASD for everything else.

Along these lines, it would be great to be able to use Azeron for multiple devices with software profile support, and even allow cross-talk between devices - I often use the Razer HyperShift button on my mouse to access said HyperShift secondary profile mapping on my keypad in-game; it's fantastic. Being able to press a "HyperShift" button on my Cyro to then access new mappings on my Cyborg would be just as fantastic.