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I'm trying to make a macro for my blackwidow keyboard, which has to be executed until i press a different button. Can anyone tell me how to do this, or how tp stop a macro from being executed halfway?

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As far as I can tell, thats not possible. Just in case it is, and I missed something, it might help if you could mention the model, and more importantly the version of synapse you are using. V1 and V2 are VERY different. – Journeyman Geek Jan 24 '13 at 11:23
Im using the Razer BlackWidow Ultimate. Im not using synapse, im using the Razer blackwidow configurator, which is a program that comes with it. Is it better 2 use synapse? – Daman Jan 24 '13 at 11:32
both have advantages and disadvantages. My keyboard gets switched between systems so I prefer syapse. the old configurator works fine as well. – Journeyman Geek Jan 24 '13 at 11:44

You could try Razer Synapse 2.0 select Keyboard > Customize then click on key with macro assigned and in popup window Key Assigment set Playback Option as Toggle continuous playback on/off using assigned key.

It will stop/interrupt your macro by pressing the same key by which it was started.


P.S. Should say about one drawback of the described above method: the macro script will be running forever until you stop it.

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In my experience, the macro is not interrupted. What happens is that the macro stops looping, but if the macro has delays, then it will still complete the "current" run. – Goodwine Jan 17 at 9:13

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