Razer Habu Configurator Guide

Configuring Your Mouse

1. Razer™ Habu Configurator
2. Using Button Assignment

3. Using Advanced Mousewheel Options
4. Using Light-Options
5. Using Advanced Functions
6. Using Macros
7. Using Profile Settings
8. On-The-Fly Sensitivity
9. Using Advanced Commands
10. Using DPI Switcher/Settings
11. Using Profile Settings
12. Side Button Assembly & Disassembly

Razer™ Habu Configurator

The features listed below require the Razer™ Habu Configurator software drivers to be installed and the Razer™ Habu Tray Icon to be active. Each setting will be saved to the current Profile on the current machine only.

i. Button Assignment
Assign buttons as desired. If the button function is not listed, or if you would like to assign a macro, select Assign a Key/Macro from the drop down menu. Macros can be up to 5 characters in length, and Special Keys may be selected from the appropriate sub-menus.

ii. Polling Rate
Set polling rate: 125Hz (8ms), 500Hz (2ms) or 1000Hz (1ms). Do note that any change to polling rate will only take effect after you reboot your computer.

iii. DPI Switcher
Set DPI. Note that you can also program DPI switching to any button on the Microsoft Habu™.

iv. Profile
Change the currently active Profile.

v. Config - Save/Load Settings


a. Load Config: Allows you to load a previously saved configuration
b. Save Config: Save your current configuration to file.
c. Reset to Default Configuration: Set the Microsoft Habu™ to factory default.
d. Update firmware: Update firmware on the Microsoft Habu™. This link will bring you to http://www.razersupport.com

Warning: Ensure that power supply to your computer is not interrupted during the update process or permanent damage to your Microsoft Habu™ may result.



vi. Sensitivity Option
Adjust pointer sensitivity.

vii. Scroll Speed
Adjust scroll wheel speed.

viii. Universal scroll
Enable universal scroll.

ix. On-The-Fly
Show On-The-Fly sensitivity on screen.

x. Double-click speed
Adjust double-click speed.

xi. Advanced
Adjust X/Y sensitivity separately.

xii. Enable X-Y Master Sensitivity
Must be enabled in order for individual adjustments to X-Y sensitivity to be effective.

xiii. Windows Pointer speed
Adjust Windows pointer speed (as per Windows Mouse Control Panel). Takes effect only after reboot.

xiv. Acceleration

Turn on/off pointer acceleration and set acceleration level. Acceleration is not recommended for gaming.

 

Using Button Assignment
You can customize the mouse buttons to suit your needs.

  1. Open Razer™ Habu Configurator.
  2. Click on any of the button fields under ‘Button Assignment’.
  3. Select an option from the drop down menu.
  4. Click ‘Apply’.

Using Advanced Mousewheel Options
You can customize the scroll up/down functions of the mousewheel to suit your needs.

  1. Open Razer™ Habu Configurator.
  2. Click on any of the button fields under ‘Button Assignment’.
  3. Select an option from the drop down menu.
  4. Click ‘Apply’.

Using Light-Options
You can turn on/off the glow of the scroll button or the glow-pipe.

To disactivate glow

  1. Open Razer™ Habu Configurator.
  2. Click the ‘ON’ text
  3. The glow will turn off.
  4. Click ‘Apply’.

Using Advanced Functions
You can access a whole list of advanced functions for the button you are trying to configure. Advanced functions will allow you to a feature such as a macro, On-The-Fly Sensitivity™ and media keys to a button.

  1. Open Razer™ Habu Configurator.
  2. Click on any of the button fields under ‘Button Assignment’.
  3. Select ‘Advanced Functions’ from the drop down menu
  4. The ‘Advanced Functions’ panel will slide out on the right.

Similar topics:
- Using Macros
- Using On-The-Fly Sensitivity™
- Using Advanced Commands

Using Macros
You can assign a macro to a button. This is useful in gaming when you need to enter a series of keystrokes to activate a command. You can reduce these keystrokes into a single press of a button.

  1. Open Advanced Functions
  2. Click the ‘Macro’ button
  3. Enter a series of keystrokes in the text field
  4. Click ‘Apply’

Similar topics:
- Using Advanced Functions

Using On-The-Fly Sensitivity
You can use On-The-Fly Sensitivity™ to adjust the sensitivity of your mouse without opening the Razer Habu Configurator.

To enable On-The-Fly Sensitivity

  1. Open Razer Habu Configurator.
  2. Click on any of the button fields under ‘Button Assignment’.
  3. Select ‘On-The-Fly Sensitivity’ from the drop down menu
  4. Click ‘Apply’.

To enable Advanced On-The-Fly Sensitivity

  1. Open Advanced Functions
  2. Check ‘On-The-Fly Sensitivity’
  3. Click the ‘Single Key’ or ‘Macro’ button.
  4. Enter a keystroke(s) in the text field.
  5. Click ‘Apply’

To use On-The-Fly Sensitivity

  1. Hold on to the button you have assigned to ‘On-The-Fly Sensitivity’.
  2. Move the mousewheel up/down
  3. A bar on the lower right hand corner of your screen will appear
  4. Adjust the sensitivity settings accordingly
  5. Release the button once you have selected the desired sensitivity.

Note:

  1. The bar will appear only if ‘Show on-screen’ is checked in the ‘Sensitivity’ panel.
  2. If Advanced On-The-Fly Sensitivity™ is used, pressing the assigned button will activate a keystroke/macro allocated, thus giving this button a double use.

Similar topics:
- Using Advanced Functions
- Using Macros

Using Advanced Commands
You can assign basic commands (eg. Copy), additional commands (eg. swapping windows) and media commands (eg. Play) to a button.

  1. Open Advanced Functions.
  2. Select the desired command from one of the three drop down menus.
  3. Click ‘Apply’

Similar topics:
- Using Advanced Functions

Using DPI Switcher/Settings
You can toggle between DPI in 2 ways. You can choose to adjust DPI across the entire selected Profile or you can assign a particular DPI setting to a button.

Assign DPI to a Profile

  1. Open Razer™ Habu Configurator.
  2. At the ‘DPI Switcher’, select the desired DPI setting.
  3. Click ‘Apply’.

Assign a DPI setting to a button within a Profile

  1. Open Razer™ Habu Configurator.
  2. Click on any of the button fields under ‘Button Assignment’.
  3. Select ‘DPI Settings’ from the drop down menu.
  4. The “Advanced DPI setting” window will open.
  5. Select the desired DPI selection.
  6. Click ‘Apply’.

Using Profile Settings
You can toggle between Profiles of your Microsoft Habu™ in 3 ways.
i. By selecting the active Profile in the Razer™ Habu Configurator.
ii. Button programmed in the Razer™ Habu Configurator.
iii. Profile button, located at the bottom of the mouse.

i. Select a Profile
1. Open Razer™ Habu Configurator.
2.  At ‘Profile’, select the desired Profile.
3.  Click ‘Apply’.

ii. Assign a button to swap Profiles

  1. Open Razer™ Habu Configurator.
  2. Click on any of the button fields under ‘Button Assignment’.
  3. Select “ Switch Profile” from the drop down menu.
  4. The “Assign Profile to Button” window will open.
  5. Select the desired DPI selection.
  6. Click ‘Apply’.

iii. Press the Profile button

  1. Press the Profile button under your Microsoft Habu.
  2. Each press will advance the mouse by one Profile.

Note:
- When the active Profile is switched, the Microsoft Habu™ will flash the corresponding number of times (for example, if Profile 3 is activated, the Microsoft Habu™ will flash 3 times to indicate that is the Profile you have selected).



Side Button Assembly & Disassembly

You can disassemble and reassemble the side module of your Microsoft Habu™.

DISASSEMBLY:

STEP 1:  Unplug the mouse from the USB port.

STEP 2:  Press the base-button in. The side cover will then be separated from the bottom case.



STEP 3: Remove the side covers as follows:



ASSEMBLY:

STEP 1: Fit the hinged portion of the side cover onto the inside wall of the glowpipe.



STEP 2: Press the upperside of the side cover into the rubber groove, then press the underside of the side cover until it hooks with the bottom case.



STEP 3: The product is now assembled.



STEP 4: Plug in the USB cable to the computer

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