Initial setup of Macro Deck 2
Follow the wizard to configure Macro Deck 2 to your preferences.
Select your primary network adapter. If you are not sure what to choose, proceed with step 2.1. Otherwise click on "Next" and continue with step 3.
Open a command promt (cmd) and type in "ipconfig". This will list you all your installed network adapters. Look for a network adapter which is named "Ethernet" or "Wi-Fi". Typically the "IPv4-Address" starts with something like "192.168.xxx.xxx" and the subnet mask "255.255.255.0". The standard gateway should be the ip address of your router. Compare the IPv4-Address to the IP address in Macro Deck. Once you sure that the selected network adapter is correct, klick on "Next" and continue with step 3.
You can set the rows and coumns of your grid. You can also change this later. Click on "Next" and continue with step 4.
On this page you can select all the plugins you need. You can install/uninstall plugins later in the Macro Deck package manager. Once you selected all plugins you need, klick on "Next" and continue with step 5.
You can select if Macro Deck should automatically check for updates and if Macro Deck should start automatically with the operating system. Once you done, click on "Finish".
Macro Deck will now download and install your selected plugins. Once done, click on "Finish".
Windows Defender Firewall may blockes Macro Deck. Check the two checkboxes and click on "Allow access".
Congratulations, Macro Deck is now fully installed and configured!
You can now connect a device to Macro Deck