If you’re following all the steps according to the Instructions and Turbo Double-Tap Mod is not working, there could be a few reasons:
1. The Turbo Double-Tap Mod is all about the right timing. If your ON and OFF button timing (a stock button being pressed and released) is not on point, then it will not work properly. Always try estimating those times as precise as possible by performing a double tap manually first. Pay attention to the ON button timing mostly. If a press, by which you perform an action in a game, takes longer than an ordinary click, then you may want to start with 250-300 ms setting as opposed to 150 ms (default).
A Quick Example: Let’s say you want to program a semi-auto gun in some FPS, and you want your weapon to shoot 2 bursts on one Macro Button press. If the time of the actual burst is shorter than your Macro Button setting (ON timing), then you gun won’t perform the second burst (second tap/press). The problem can be solved by matching the burst time and the time a stock button is being pressed.
2. You cancel a cycle before it ends. Here is how the Turbo Double Tap Mod cycle looks: a stock button is being pressed (ON timing, range 50 ms -3 seconds), then the time a stock button is being released (OFF timing, range 50 ms -3 seconds), then the second tap/press (ON timing, range 50 ms - 3 seconds) If you tap the same Macro Button during the cycle, you cancel it. The “Cancel” option is very handy especially when a cycle is long, the game path changes and the second tap/press action won’t be beneficial anymore.
3. There is an input interference taking place. Depending on a game you play, there may be some buttons/commands that cancel other button functions naturally. If your Turbo Double-Tap cycle is long enough and you don’t get second press, see if you happen to press any other buttons during the cycle that may cancel your second tap/press.