|Gigabyte Aivia Osmium Mechanical Keyboard|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Input Devices|
|Written by Greg Schepers|
|Wednesday, 26 December 2012|
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Gigabyte Ghost Software
The literature that comes with the Gigabyte Aivia Osmium Mechanical Gaming Keyboard will point you to the right URL in order to download the Ghost software. After it is installed and you open the software, you will come to the window below. This window basically displays the Gigabyte peripherals that are accessible on your computer as well as directing you to the Aivia Forum and the official Gigabyte Website.
Clicking on "PROFILES" will bring you to this window. You will notice that there are five color tabs directly below where it reads "PROFILES." The brightest color indicates the profile selected. From here, you can click on each profile button and customize it for the selected profile.
When clicking on one of the buttons within a particular profile, you will arrive at this screen. You can select from the predefined commands and program a button to execute the desired command.
If you don't find a predefined command that suits you under the "BASIC" tab, then click on "MACROS." In this window, you can click on "EDIT" under an available macro slot. This will take you to another window where you have the ability to record a macro. You may record up to 100 macros using the Ghost software.
Under the "SETTINGS" tab, you will have two options.If you go to "Profile Setting," you will arrive at a window that displays the five different profiles and provides you with the option to disable the profiles that you are not currently using. Going to the "On Board Memory" section simply gives you the option to completely erase all of the macros that you recorded. It basically sets the keyboard back to the factory settings.