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Need more detailed instructions to assign buttons and basically to know the function of each button and how to apply them

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It will tell you which button. Normal 0 If you are then go to Control Panel.
1. Click on PRINTERS.
2. When the Printer Properties come up, CLICK on KEY SETTINGS.
3. Then set up the keys by selecting the key to be setup.
Hope this helps. Bud

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Double-click Mouse.
Click the Buttons tab.
Under Button Assignment, click the box for a button to which you want to assign a function, and then click the function that you want to assign to that button.
Repeat this step for each button to which you want to assign a function.
Click Apply, and then click OK.
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No problem. Just want to know what the F-keys (top of keyboard) are used for?


The F keys are function keys. They are basically shortcuts to common functions such as F1 in most applications will open a Help screen. Most browsers use F11 or F12 to go to Full Screen. Most of the keys have no function assigned to them. Also, when booting up, pressing and holding F5 will provide boot options such as Safe Mode to diagnose problems.

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The knobs on your M-Audio are probably assigned to the same function within the device. Certain numbers for controllers are reserved for MIDI CC, but the O2 already has built-in mappings that should work for most of its controllers within various DAWs, like Logic, Reason & Ableton Live. It's probably been reprogrammed...and not in a great way.
Here's how to fix this:
To verify the ID of a controller, move it so the number on the LED changes, then wait 2 seconds. The number that shows up on the LED display is the unique ID of the knob. If more than one of the controller is using the same ID, they will function like you suggested, as the same control.
Here's how to break them out into different unique controller IDs.
On the O2, select the 'advanced function' button, you'll see a dot following whatever the controller number displayed; this let's you know it's awaiting instruction. The keys are now awaiting data entry.
Then select your first knob. After the pause, this will display a number. The first C Sharp is the Controller Assign (it says ctrl asgn).
Using the Recall buttons to go up or down or simply selecting the numbers listed on the keyboard, select any number, and make sure it's unique from your other controller IDs. Hit the enter key. The dot on the display will go away, letting you know the data is saved to internal memory.
Repeat with all controllers, and then open your DAW to start knob twiddling! They will all now be recognized within your program, accessible for assigning as unique controllers.
For more in-depth knowledge, here's a link to the manual, spelling out this feature and many others.
http://www.m-audio.com/images/global/manuals/070404_O2_UG_EN01.pdf
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Using Logitech's mouse and keyboard software called SetPoint, you can configure and customize your devices to perform specific tasks with a simple keystroke. Depending on the available features of your device, Some examples of SetPoint customization options are:
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  • Configure button functionality in specific applications
  • Customize scroll wheel options
  • Adjust pointer options
  • Assign preset keys to perform specific tasks
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HERE is a link to the SetPoint software. Remember to select the correct Operating System

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HAllow dude


click start > open control PAnel > Open mouse setiings > and then untick mark " switch primary and secoundry buttons " >: click apply and ok

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Go into System Preferences and select Keyboard & Mouse
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• Follow the basic steps to reset your Keyboard via the screen prompts.
Once you have done that select the Keyboard Shortcuts tab.
• Click the Restore Defaults button.

Now test your keyboard's return key. If this still does not resolve the Return key not functioning in the normal return key functionality,
Click Show All and go to the Universal Access pane in System Preferences and under Keyboard tab, make sure the Sticky Keys radio button is turned off.

Try these steps and let me know if there is any change.

-Mactechtrainer

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This is directly from Logitech:http://logitech-en-emea.custhelp.com/
"Logitech MouseWare Software:
1. Right click on the Logitech white mouse icon in the System Tray and select "Mouse Properties".
2. Click on the "Buttons" tab and your pointing device should be shown. If you have more that one mouse connected, select the mouse you wish to program by clicking on the "Devices" tab, and select the mouse you wish to program from the drop down menu, then go back to the "Buttons" tab.
3. Scroll down the list of buttons and select the button you wish to program, and click on the function to highlight it.
4. Now click on the "Modify" button. A "Modify Button Function" box will appear with a drop down menu. Select the button assignment you wish to use and click the "OK" button. Now click the "Apply" button to save your changes.
Using the "Keystroke" button assignment.
If the button assignment or keyboard command you want is not listed under the button assignments, you may want to use the "Keystroke" button assignment. Using the MouseWare steps above select Keystroke under Step 3. The "Keystroke Assignment" box appears. Click your mouse cursor into the box that states "Unassigned". Now press the key or combination of keys you wish to use and click the "OK" button. The function should now be displayed in the current list of button assignments. Click the "Apply" button then the "OK" button."
Hopefully this will help. Please let me know if it doesn't.

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