My single ROG Chakram is shown as up to ten devices (without any button or axis), inside Games like Star-Ctizen, Microsoft Flight Simulator, and Other Simulator Games.
The Problem in some Games is, that the amount of input-Devices is Limited, so it is posible that my Real Input Devices get Ignored
Normaly there is an Input device named Mouse witch is my real ROG Chakram and it works normal.
How can i remove these ROG Chakrams?
On the Mouse, I use always the one Profile i set up at the Beginning.
In Game i have not set any profile for the Mouse and i can not delete the Input Devices
My Problem is not with profiles but with Input devices.
This makes me want to have a look in Device Manager under Keyboards and Mice and other pointing devices. Do you have multiple ROG Chakrams there as well?
You can right click on them and uninstall, reboot and check the input devices in your games.
it Looks like this inside Device Manager(USB-Eingabegerät=Inputdevice, 4 of them come and go if i unplug the Mouse):
it Looks like this inside Microsoft Flightsimulator (there are 10 ROG Chakrams. Game works fine with them):
it Looks like this inside Star Citizen (there are 9 ROG Chakrams, the game recongizes them as Joystick but nothing reacts to these if i try to use them. Game Ignores my HOTAS or Pedals):
Thanks al ot for your help Nate
I don't think this is much of a problem.
The ROG Chakram can be configured as different devices, mouse, keyboard, joystick and other special functions.
Can you try enabling Joystick Compatibility Mode? I think maybe the joystick on the mouse could be taking priority over your other devices.
Do you mean in Armory Crate
How can I do that?
I also noticed that there are 3 onboard profiles.
The first is my main profile with digital joystick, the other two cannot be deleted and had analog joystick. After I set all profiles to digital joystick, nothing changed.