To bring a profile into Notepad, the easiest way is to copy the profile either from a code box out of the forum or directly out of Xpadder via the profile menu (right side) and simply pasting it. In the other direction, it's of course also the best to paste the edited profile into Xpadder. Directly opening and saving the profile files would also work, but then you wouldn't have the possibility to check your changes before saving them.
- Structure of a profile
- example profile with explanations for the lines: Show
- Possible problems if you do something wrong
What you shouldn't do is removing the third line that contains the version number. If it is missing, Xpadder cannot load this profile and you'll get the error message "Invalid profile data".
If you have damaged an entry by adding content that Xpadder cannot handle (e.g. wrong key names, a missing coma,...), you only get the error message "Bad slot code value found in the profile" and Xpadder will load these values as "Unknown", a slot with a question mark. In this case you need to check where the failure is located. This problem can also occur if you open a profile that was made with a newer version of Xpadder then you are using, if the profile contains features that doesn't already exist in your version.
- Step by step manuals
- Copy a set: Show
- Swapping assignments: Show
- Integrating an example: Show