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MSI Laptop SteelSeries Light Controller

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Hello All!

 

I made (Or rather assembled) a little tray app that will allow the users of MSI laptops with multi-color backlighting to control the lights in OS X.

 

When you run it, you'll see a small lightbulb icon appear in the menu bar. Click it to see the options.

It has a couple of bugs (sometimes you have to click apply twice) but otherwise it works well. It will remember your settings, and if you set it to run on login, it will enable the lights on startup, just like in windows.

 

It's just a gui wrapper for "msikbledenabler" by PaNaVTEC. The executable is included as a resource, but feel free to download and compile your own if you don't trust it. just change the name to SSEnabler and replace the file in the project.

 

I used mikael konutgan's Menu and Popover guide from raywenderlich.com as boilerplate code, and modified it.

 

The Lightbulb icon was obtained from flaticons.com. 

 

Also, a big shoutout to everyone on stack exchange. I love you.

 

I'm not a pro OS X developer, so I probably won't be doing much more with this, but I do know that the code is a great big hack job. If anyone wants to fix it up, feel free.

 

 

KLM for OSX.app.zip

KLM For OSX Source.zip

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Hello All!

 

I made (Or rather assembled) a little tray app that will allow the users of MSI laptops with multi-color backlighting to control the lights in OS X.

 

When you run it, you'll see a small lightbulb icon appear in the menu bar. Click it to see the options.

It has a couple of bugs (sometimes you have to click apply twice) but otherwise it works well. It will remember your settings, and if you set it to run on login, it will enable the lights on startup, just like in windows.

 

It's just a gui wrapper for "msikbledenabler" by PaNaVTEC. The executable is included as a resource, but feel free to download and compile your own if you don't trust it. just change the name to SSEnabler and replace the file in the project.

 

I used mikael konutgan's Menu and Popover guide from raywenderlich.com as boilerplate code, and modified it.

 

The Lightbulb icon was obtained from flaticons.com. 

 

Also, a big shoutout to everyone on stack exchange. I love you.

 

I'm not a pro OS X developer, so I probably won't be doing much more with this, but I do know that the code is a great big hack job. If anyone wants to fix it up, feel free.

Dear sir!

 

Your app it work perfect on Highsierra.

 

but

 

I have check source code.

i have some questions:

1) What dose "SSEnabler" mean for and where do you get that ?

2) Can you add custom color by R - G - B code or hexa code, 

3) Source code using swift 2, can you update it to swift 3 for build by xcode 9.

 

thanks

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Dude, I just about crapped when the lights turned on under my keyboard. I was figuring that this would likely be the one thing I would really have trouble getting to work on my GT72s 6QF (4k beast.) You put a big smile on my face. Thank you so much!

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