Razer Mouse Macos

Having problems with your Razer peripherals? Contact Razer Support or learn more about support topics that will help you with your Razer products. Download Synapse 3 from their Official site here - 100% legit Chrome extension 'honey' and save money on every purchase. To create macros on your Razer mouse: Open Razer Synapse and go to the “MACRO” tab. Click the plus (+) icon on the “MACRO LIST” located on the left side of the Synapse Window. A macro will appear on the macro list.

One of the best features of the Razer Mouse is its capability to record and assign macros to its programmable buttons.

Macros are recordings of series of actions performed by the user with their device. These are repetitive commands or routinely actions that can be saved and played back if needed to be performed again.

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When playing games, there are a lot of commands that need to be used repetitively, such as move set combos in fighting games, series of skills in team battles, or attack combos in RPG games. To make it easier to execute these combos or commands, you can record them as macros and assign them to your mouse buttons.

To program macros on your Razer mouse:

  1. Start off by Recording Multiple Macros for the Razer Mouse.
  2. Open Razer Synapse and go to your Razer mouse’ menu.
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  1. Once the Mouse page is open, go to the “CUSTOMIZE” tab.
  2. Find the button you want to assign with macros and click it.
  1. The customization options will appear on the left side of the Synapse window. Click on “MACRO”.

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  1. Open the dropdown box and select which macro your wish to assign.
  2. Click “SAVE” to complete the process. The button’s name on the device layout will change to the name of the macro assigned to it.

A 'macro' is an automated set of instructions (multiple keystrokes or mouse clicks) that can be executed using a simple action such as a single keystroke. To utilize macros within Razer Synapse 3, you must first create the macro within Razer Synapse 3. Once a macro is named and created, you can then assign the macro to any of your Razer Synapse 3 enabled products. For more information on assigning macros, see How do I assign macros on Razer Synapse 3.0?

Here is a video on how to create the macro within Razer Synapse 3.

Follow the steps below to create macros within Synapse 3:

  1. Ensure your Razer Synapse 3 enabled product is plugged into your computer.

  2. Open Razer Synapse 3 and select 'MACRO' from the top menu.

  3. Click the + icon to add a new macro profile. By default, macro profiles will be named as Macro 1, Macro 2, and so on.

  4. To quickly identify your Macro, we suggest renaming each macro. Click on the macro name to rename it, then click on the checkmark to save it.

  5. Select the macro to start adding input sequences.

There are two ways to create a macro:

  1. Record - records your keystrokes or mouse functions which will be added to the macro.

  2. Insert - manually insert keystrokes or mouse functions to the macro.

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  1. Click 'Record'. A window will drop down for recording your macros.

  2. You can set the delay functions and how the mouse movement is recorded. If you select Record Delay, there will be a 3-second countdown before Synapse 3 starts recording.

  3. When you are ready to record your macro, click 'START'.

  4. After you finished recording your macro, click 'STOP'.

  5. Your macro will automatically be saved and can be immediately assigned to any Razer Product.



  1. Click 'Insert'. A drop-down window will appear for inserting via Keystroke, Mouse Button, Type Text, or Run Command.

  2. To add an input, click 'Keystroke', 'Mouse Button', 'Text', or 'Run Command'.

  3. Under the Properties tab on the right side, select the respective field under Action. Then, assign the keystroke, mouse button, text or Run Command.

  4. If you wish to set a delay before initiating the next action, select the previous action and input a delay.
  5. Your macro will automatically be saved and can be immediately assigned to any Razer Product.


  1. Click on the ellipsis button of the macro you wish to delete and select 'Delete'. Note: This will delete all data in the macro.

  2. Click 'DELETE' to proceed.