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Moving a page by dragging and dropping it in RemoteSensor, or for my G19 Keyboard, causes the wrong page to be displayed. The current order of pages isn't updated so clicking on the first page will display whatever was in the first page on the device before it was moved. The correct page is displayed in AIDA64 but if page 3 was moved to the first slot then page 1 will be shown on the device if page 3 is selected in AIDA64.


Hope that makes sense.

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Yes, that's normal. Once you press OK on the Preferences window and open the Preferences again, the right order of pages with the right page index will be displayed.  Or at least that's how it's supposed to work :) Please try it ;) 

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