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Technical - How to safely remove stabilizers
No workspace is perfect, our keyboards love to get messy underneath and we must clean them, With the Wooting you are able to completely disassemble the keyboard and clean every aspect of it! A common question asked is how do you remove the Stabilizers on the Wooting one and Wooting two? Look no further, below is a guide on how to remove the Stabilizers. You can find the guide here on how to remo
Technical - How to remove the Wooting keyboard top-plate
Before you start pulling off switches like crazy, take a look at the picture below. You only need to take keycaps off that expose all the screws. Before you start to remove keycaps, make sure to check the how-to safely remove keycaps. Now get your screwdriver and make sure you keep the screws safe, recommended to use a magnetic tray to store them. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/18cbdf2970195e00/3c
Technical - How to safely remove the keycaps and switches
Removing keycaps and switches is no joke. The flaretech switches are more sensitive than regular switches. It's best to check out this video first before you start removing them yourself.
Guide - Flush all dead registry entries
Sometimes even after following this guide Issue - Wootility doesn't detect the Wooting the Wootility still can not detect the keyboard, this can be because of dead entries within the windows device registry. Step 1: Head to device manager, by running the command "devmgmt.msc", and unplug your Wooting keyboard. Step 2: You need to uninstall all the devices which belong to the Wooting. But because it's
Guide - What is analog input?
Every key on a Wooting keyboard can see how far you press down for analog input. Similar to how a joystick on a controller works, you can gradually control the amount of input. We used it to get analog input in PC games that support either Xinput (xbox controller) or DirectInput (generic controller). You can still use Wooting keyboards as regular keyboards for typing at the same
Guide - Sound dampen your keyboard
There's a couple community made guides on sound-dampening the Wooting one keyboard. Fallon's silenced Wooting one: This is the ultimate way to silence the keyboard. https://imgur.com/a/E0jup#otsFaWj Neshmah1 also follows this guide, which will result in a bottom case as followed: You can find his sound test comparisons in his origin
Guide - How to set up a Wooting keyboard for the XIM Apex
Sidenote The XIM Apex is a third-party device, Wooting doesn't offer any support for that device nor can guarantee that it will work with it. Preconditions The XIM Apex should be run on the firmware version 20180501 or higher and its corresponding manager version. The Wooting keyboard should be run on firmware version 1.26.1 or higher and its corresponding Wootility version. What the XIM Apex is and how it works The XIM Apex is a hardware device that lets you use a Dir
Guide - Change Windows keyboard layout
Changing the keyboard layout of your keyboard on a windows 10 machine is pretty simple, this guide will help you install and help you switch between them. If you are trying to install languages such as Chinese, Korean and Japanese, please use this guide instead: [https://wooting.helpscoutdocs.com/article/77-guide-how-to-set-the-ime-korean-english-layout-on-the-korean-pro-gamer-wooting](//wooting.helpscoutdocs.com/article/77-guide-how-to-set-the-ime-korean-english-layout-on-the-korean-p
Technical - How to change the springs of a flaretech switch
Want a different feel to your Flaretech switches? You can make them stiffer or even lighter with a little bit of finger control and patience! You can mod the switches to suit your taste with different springs. Most springs for other mechanical switches will work.
Flaretech Switch Mechanics
This is how we measure analog with the Flaretech switch. IR LED This is an infrared LED light that sens out an infrared light when activated. Photosensor This is a phototransistor that activates when it detects infrared light. Lens A Lens A is the first lens light goes through and is staircase shaped on the inside. This means the lens gradually becomes smaller up
Guide - How to set the Korean IME layout on the Korean Pro Gamer Wooting
So you want to use the Korean IME layout (or any other IME layout) so you can toggle between the English and Korean legend on Windows 10. You can do this by following this guide: Installing a new language for your device: Open Settings. Click on "Time & Language". Click on "Language" in the sidebar. Then click "Add a preferred language" then navigate (either by going down the list or searching) and click next once selected. In this case, we will use the Korean layout. !
Issue - Analog not working on source based games
Seems that even after correctly following guides for source-based games, the analog is still not being detected with errors in the console: