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Elgato Stream Deck

Anyone using the Elgato Stream Deck to control LabVIEW operations? Both programming as well as application.

 

Here is the product link for people who don't know about this. https://www.elgato.com/en/gaming/stream-deck

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@AMyth wrote:

Here is the product link for people who don't know about this. https://www.elgato.com/en/gaming/stream-deck


Reminds me of these keyboards: Optimus

(And also this keyboard, lol: LabVIEW Keyboard).

 

When providing the hardware interface for end-users, I've considered small touch screens (or maybe a small-ish tablet) to produce a similar effect of a changeable button interface, but it hasn't been worth it (yet) - full computers have always made more sense.

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@AMyth wrote:

Here is the product link for people who don't know about this. https://www.elgato.com/en/gaming/stream-deck


Reminds me of these keyboards: Optimus

(And also this keyboard, lol: LabVIEW Keyboard).

 

When providing the hardware interface for end-users, I've considered small touch screens (or maybe a small-ish tablet) to produce a similar effect of a changeable button interface, but it hasn't been worth it (yet) - full computers have always made more sense.


The LabVIEW Keyboard was awesome!

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I use a Logitech G602 mouse which, when paired with their G HUB software, can assign scripts to the 8 buttons on the side. For example...

 

G4 button script: CTRL+space, type in ubn, press Enter

G7 button script: CTRL+space, type in bbn, press Enter

 

I can also open quick drop by clicking scroll wheel (maps to a script that just presses CTRL+space), it's so nice.

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@FireFist-Redhawk wrote:

I use a Logitech G602 mouse which, when paired with their G HUB software, can assign scripts to the 8 buttons on the side. For example...

 

G4 button script: CTRL+space, type in ubn, press Enter

G7 button script: CTRL+space, type in bbn, press Enter

 

I can also open quick drop by clicking scroll wheel (maps to a script that just presses CTRL+space), it's so nice.


Reminds me of this: https://endigit.com/2017/7/even-more-life-changing-mouse-buttons

I've been contemplating doing something along those lines, but I haven't been programming often enough recently to decide what to map (I don't have very many extra buttons on my mice, so I have to choose what shortcuts to map and what to let go).

 

 


@AMyth wrote:

Anyone using the Elgato Stream Deck to control LabVIEW operations? Both programming as well as application.


Back on the original question, how about you, @AMyth? Is there anything you can share that you've done with the Elgato Stream Deck for either programming or applications?

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