Brilliant solution Primal Fear had overlooked that simple solution.
I too was thinking more along the lines of Cuzzin Chizzy in somehow setting a script associated with the home button (which i so far have managed to leave unassigned in my <default> windows profile) after not being able to find a separate process for bpm.
Really am enjoying using xpadder for windows and steam though it has been a bit of a mission to get xpadder and osk and alt + tab working and all loading at boot time. Thanks to these forums it made it possible. Finding my set up a fairly realistically usable configuration however i am struggling to think of how i could free up a button to assign for set selection and do not want to use three sets just for the sake of one button. Here is my default windows profile config which seems to work pretty well for web navigation and steam client running in normal mode (along with osk for typing):
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;--- Xpadder Profile File ---
Set1Button1Slots=Left Mouse Button (1)
Set1Button2Slots=Mouse Wheel Down
Set1Button3Slots=Right Mouse Button (2)
Set1Button4Slots=Mouse Wheel Up
Set1Button5Slots=Middle Mouse Button (3)
Set1Button9Slots=Windows Logo Left
Set1Stick1UpSlots=Mouse Move Up
Set1Stick1RightSlots=Mouse Move Right
Set1Stick1DownSlots=Mouse Move Down
Set1Stick1LeftSlots=Mouse Move Left
What i am trying to achieve is simply get xpadder to load an empty profile so that when the home button is used to launch steam bpm the currently loaded windows profile does not affect bpm input. I would prefer if some how AutoProfile can be used.
Any help or advice on achieving this using AutoProfile, freeing up a button to be used as set selector or any other method would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.