if anyone can help, I'd be most appreciative as I am clearly not getting this right/missing something obvious.
ultimate goal is to map some X-Controls to CCs on my Launchpad Mini Mk3, whereby the pads will mute etc tracks relative to the position of the 'ring'.
I've tried several actions, to no avail so it is clearly something else in my set up or syntax I'm getting wrong (I have a number of other X-Controls, Bindings and Macros set up, so I suspect [hope!!] it is not the syntax, but I've had a few attempts at this over the last month or so...)
I've tested the device is sending the CC/Midi channel as per the X-Control command line by midi-mapping it as normal (see top left of screen shot).
Screenshot also includes X-Control command line, and Midi Settings in Prefs.
p.s. I know the action is not the correct for muting, just the latest one I had tried
Last Edit: Jun 24, 2020 5:09:45 GMT -5 by bigallium: to make post more specific
The Launchpad Mini Mk3 has two modes, DAW and Midi. So for the LP Mini Mk3 Control Surface in Preferences, you can select either of these modes under Input and Output.
I needed to create a ClyphX Pro XTA folder/text file and add the X-Controls to that, select this as a Control Surface with the LPM MK3 'MIDI' as the input and output device AND select the LPM Mk3 as a Control Surface with the LP Mini Mk3 'DAW' as the input and output of that Control Surface.
This allows me to have utilise the CS actions (via the ClyphX Pro XTA X-Controls ) that follow the ring focus of the LP Mini MK3 control surface script.
I did this using the Control Surface # in the action rather than the name, as I have and use TWO LP Mini Mk3s. All good.
However, now trying to get them both operational in this way (so that when I navigate around with each of them the mutes etc stay relative to the ring focus of that device, and for the life of me I cannot control the 2nd one. I have repeated the process above regarding set up, now onto ClyphX Pro XTB to assign X-Controls in.
The ring focus for both is active on screen and I can control both still with the corresponding native hardware buttons, but I cannot, even with an X-Clip move the latter one. I have created an X-Clip  CS 1 RING T>, and for the same for CS 2, CS 3, CS 4, CS 5, CS 6 and none of them have any effect.
Last Edit: Jun 24, 2020 8:57:31 GMT -5 by bigallium: screenshot added
thanks Stray. Tried it with x-clips ' CS N RING T>' where N = 1-6 in six different clips. Only one ring will move, where N = 2.
Maybe its a quirk of the new LP Mini Mk3 that may only be solvable by someone with one who knows the scripts etc better than me. Unless anything is obvious to try for now I'm ok with one LPM being roaming/with dynamic mutes etc, and setting up static assignments for the other.
If it gets solved later, I'll update them. Thanks for input.