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This will (hopefully) be the first official flatpak release.
Preparing for flathub, I'm making this release to have a reference tarball to build the flatpak.

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Hotfix release

Note: you will still need python 3.6+ to run razerCommander. Most distros have it already, but some others don't (Ubuntu 16.04). Here's how to install python 3.6 on Ubuntu 16.04.

You can install this new release using the deb package for Ubuntu and Debian, and of course you will find the update in AUR for Arch.

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Just a boring bug fix release, enjoy!

Note: you will still need python 3.6+ to run razerCommander. Most distros have it already, but some others don't (Ubuntu 16.04). Here's how to install python 3.6 on Ubuntu 16.04.

You can install this new release using the deb package for Ubuntu and Debian, and of course you will find the update in AUR for Arch.

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This new release brings a whole new interface using a sidebar along with new animations. It also comes with a lot of fixes and improvements for mice control.

This release also introduces an actual build system! I decided to go with meson and this is why it took so long for me to make this release official, since I needed the time to build a proper .deb package (flatpak coming soon).

Note: you will need python 3.6+ to run razerCommander. Most distros have it already, but some others don't (Ubuntu 16.04). Here's how to install python 3.6 on Ubuntu 16.04.

You can install this new release using the deb package for Ubuntu and Debian, and of course you will find the update in AUR for Arch.

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This new version includes the new macro logic with extended support for (almost!) any device that has macro keys.

Before installing razerCommander

Install the razer-drivers stack from this repo. After you're done follow the instructions for your distro down here.

Ubuntu and Debian

Download the deb from this page.

Arch

Install razercommander-git from AUR.

Other distros

Clone this repo and run main.py manually, if you have GTK 3.14+ it will work fine.

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Ever wondered what happens when you open razerCommander and nothing happens? Probably no device is detected. Instead of just printing it in the terminal, it's now shown in the GUI.
Also, started working on an Update button for connecting new devices on the fly.
Finally I added initial support for the Razer Tartarus, for anyone out there owning one.

Before installing razerCommander

Install the driver for razer devices from this repo. After you're done follow the instructions for your distro down here.

Ubuntu and Debian

Download the deb from this page.

Arch

Install razercommander-git from AUR.

Other distros

Clone this repo and run main.py manually, if you have GTK 3.18+ it will work fine.

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Added support for custom light combinations, you can save them and load them easily from the Custom menu

Before installing razerCommander

Install the driver for razer devices from this repo. After you're done follow the instructions for your distro down here.

Ubuntu and Debian

Download the deb from this page.

Arch

Install razercommander-git from AUR.

Other distros

Clone this repo and run main.py manually, if you have GTK 3.18+ it will work fine.

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First stable release of razerCommander. Based on the driver from terrycain.

Before installing razerCommander

Install the driver for razer devices from this repo. After you're done follow the instructions for your distro down here.

Ubuntu and Debian

Download the deb from this page.

Arch

Install razercommander-git from AUR.

Other distros

Clone this repo and run main.py manually, if you have GTK 3.18+ it will work fine.