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programming and using 2 xkeys 24 Sat Sep 22, 2018 11:47 am  •   #13858
kerryp



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Location: Cleveland Ohio

Has anyone had success programming 2 Xkeys x24 pads on one mac? I'm trying to use 2 keypads together to send keystrokes to my VirtualDJ software.
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Mon Sep 24, 2018 8:42 pm  •   #13862
Ken
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When ControllerMate sees multiple identical devices, it will distinguish one from the other according to the order in which they attach to the Mac ... #1, #2, #3, etc.

As long as the devices are connected in the same order, then the building blocks created from each should continue to respond to that device. If the devices are already attached at the time the Mac boots, then the order in which the system "finds" the devices may be different than the order in which they were originally attached. If that happens, the building blocks will seem to respond to a different device than they were originally created from.
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