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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: Can this give me a ban in a video game?

    A: Support for all included games is tested to be sure not to trigger any anti-cheats or produce any suspicious behavior. With that said, the software is to be used at your own risk. We cannot prevent game developers from adding anti-cheats or blocking ways Aurora retrieves information from the game.

  • Q: Are you going to support more devices?

    A: Yes, we are going to support anything that has an SDK.

  • Q: Are you going to support more games?

    A: Yes, we will be looking into requested games. You can suggest/request game support here.

  • Q: Are you open to doing collaborations with other RGB projects or game companies?

    A: Definitely! If you have a project that you think can fit Aurora, feel free to send me an e-mail, iamnotaspy[ at ]lastbullet.net.

  • Q: I would like to request support for a game, how do I do that?

    A: You can make suggestions by posting an issue here, outlining what you would like to request, and I will look over it.

  • Q: Some keys in the program state that they are not supported. What does this mean?

    A: It means that changes to those keys are not currently possible. When it's possible to change those keys via SDK, then their support will be added.

  • Q: Aurora is constantly crashing! Help!

    A: You can report crashes and other issues on Github. Please include a brief explanation of how to reproduce the crash and include the most recent log file. Log files can be located in the "*Aurora Location*/logs" directory.

  • Q: I have found a bug. How do I report it?

    A: You can report bugs here, by creating a new Issue here.

  • Q: I wish to expand this, fix bugs, and add my own features.

    A: Feel free to fork this repo and make pull requests with your own code. I am open for suggestions for both features and optimization. :)

  • Q: What is the purpose of this utility?

    A: The main goal of Aurora is to allow RGB peripheral devices to work alongside other RGB peripheral devices from other brands. Meaning, if you own a combination of Logitech, Razer, or Corsair peripheral devices, they should be able to work together.

    Secondary goal of Aurora is to integrate RGB lighting into popular games. RGB lighting is a nifty feature that is often underused, and as a result gamers with RGB gear are unable to utilize the lighting effects that they paid for.