I've found a way that works for me. It was suggested in another thread that I paste an example profile in a new post .
This workaround can be used for 2 to 7 "alternate" sets.
Here is a set selector set-up with the workaround for 3 sets (1 base 2 alternate)
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;--- Xpadder Profile Data --- Version=5.7 Name=(Untitled profile) Set1Button5Toggle=1 Set1Button5Turbo=1 Set1Button5TurboRate=2 Set1Button5SetSelect=1 Set1Button6Toggle=1 Set1Button6Turbo=1 Set1Button6TurboRate=2 Set1Button6SetSelect=2 Set2Button5Toggle=1 Set2Button5SetSelect=0 Set3Button6Toggle=1 Set3Button6SetSelect=0
Remember to never have turbo on the "returning button" on any of the alternate sets.
one minor issue remains:
If one mashes the set selectors faster than the turbo can repeat, sometimes the set selectors can land us on the wrong set when we release them. but thankfully, because its two way toggles just pressing the selectors again quickly straitens out the problem. This happens rarely and its resolves itself so quickly you may not even notice during normal play.
Hope that helps!