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RGB lights include two - RGB bottom light, some key backlights are monochrome, but also have RGB bottom lights - RGB axis lights, keyboards with RGB axis lights generally have RGB bottom lights, but some do not
Regardless of whether it is a bottom light or a shaft light, the RGB lights used by the keyboard supported by ydkb are supported separately, so that a rich lighting effect can be achieved.
At present, the way to control RGB lights is uniform. From LEDS & FUNCTIONS, select the following buttons to control RGB settings on the keyboard. The function of the button will be explained when the mouse is pointed.
A total of 8 RGB control buttons can be set, from left to right - RGB switch - RGB mode plus - RGB hue subtraction - RGB color addition - RGB saturation minus - RGB saturation plus - RGB brightness reduction - RGB brightness plus
Looking at my picture, in fact, I only set 5, there is no need to set it all. With Shift, you can add buttons that are not set. For example, Shift+RGB mode plus RGB mode subtraction, Shift+color add is the hue subtraction.
For the way of RGB color grading, see the figure below. Hue is Hue, Saturation is saturated, Brightness is called Luminance or Brightness.
Only some modes support the adjustment of these three items, most of the dynamic modes and have discoloration, these three adjustments are invalid.
Most of the keyboards that support RGB bottom lights have the following lighting effects:
|6-8||Uniform color change, third speed|
|9-14||Rainbow color, third speed, two directions|
|15-20||Snake-shaped walk, third speed, two directions|
|21-23||Kinghts, third speed|
There is a keyboard with RGB axis lights. The RGB bottom lights are not separately controlled separately, but are controlled by the shaft lights. The light effect of the bottom lights is linked with the shaft lights. Some of the shaft lights are effective, and the bottom lights are ineffective. . RGB axis light effect, depending on the keyboard, may be slightly different, but the effect of the general support is as follows (the following table is for reference to the 1800mini, the name is currently I have taken)
|Keyboard that supports RGB axis lights|
|2||Color single light|
|5-6||Auto Snake, two speeds|
|11-12||Fixed color breathing, two speeds|
|13-14||Uniform color change, two speeds|
|15-18||Rainbow color, two speeds, two directions|
|19-22||Snake-shaped walk, two speeds, two directions|
|23-24||Knights, two speeds|