CM Storm Trigger Keyboard Review
The software is an optional download, and a large one at that weighing in at 100mb to download, and a 460mb footprint after installation. To be fair this is ridiculously large, and the inclusion of bitmaps for the UI doesn't help. However it's feature-rich, with multiple profiles and easy macro recording.
When recording a macro the software offers a nice timeline overview of the keypresses and delays. You can select from real-time delay, a 50ms default one, or no delay at all.
In case you desire it, clicking a section of the recorded macro will highlight the keys used at that moment. Assigning the macro to a key is incredibly easy, and you can choose to play it once, repeatedly or in a cycle.
Playing a macro isn't the only option available from a key. You can launch applications, macro's, duplicate other key combinations, choose from a preloaded list of options, or disable the key entirely.