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Aimlabs Profile ROG Harpe Ace

GeminiRX7
Level 8

Is there a way to completely disable the Aimlabs Profile? With Armoury Crate giving me the "CustomMask is not defined error" almost every time I start the application so it won't let me go back to my regular profile so I'm forced onto the AimLabs one even if I quit AimLabs.

The only way for me to get Armoury Crate to not have the CustomMask error is to uninstall and reinstall Armoury Crate. Then the next time I start my computer, I have the same issue again. If the Aimlabs Profile didn't exist I would just set my mouse DPI to 800 and RGB to off and uninstall Armoury Crate completely.

Please let me know if there's a work around so I no longer have to deal with this god forsaken software.

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GeminiRX7
Level 8

What I am doing right now as my solution is I created a game profile for Aimlabs in Armoury Crate that turned off my RGB and set my DPI to 800. This overrides the default blue flashing scroll wheel and will override the DPI Aimlabs has set for you if you opted to go through their tasks that tries to configure and ideal DPI for you.

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Nate152
Moderator

Hello GeminiRX7

I'm using the ROG Harpe Ace with Armoury Crate and haven't had the CustomMask is not defined error.

I don't have an Aimlabs profile so this could have something to do with it.

Where did you get the Aimlabs profile from? I can see if I can replicate your error.

 

 

 

If you install Aimlabs and open the app, it forces you onto the Aimlabs profile which is profile 5 in Armoury Crate that you cannot edit like you would profiles 1-4.

GeminiRX7
Level 8

What I am doing right now as my solution is I created a game profile for Aimlabs in Armoury Crate that turned off my RGB and set my DPI to 800. This overrides the default blue flashing scroll wheel and will override the DPI Aimlabs has set for you if you opted to go through their tasks that tries to configure and ideal DPI for you.