Keep in mind that macros are additional features on top of all functions a standard controller offers. Setting up some macros can create interference and your controller stock buttons may become unresponsive for a short period of time. Following the guidelines will prevent interference and allow you to get maximum performance. Only sub-modes 3 thru 5 may cause interference since these configurations carry out uninterrupted cycles of buttons being pressed and released.
1. The longer the cycle the more likely interference occurrence is. If a controller button becomes unresponsive during a macro cycle, then a configured button is higher in the game setting hierarchy. You will have to cancel a macro input by either single or double-tapping (depending on an active sub-mode) the same Macro Button you used to perform a macro cycle, to be able to use that button. Going with shorter cycles is always a safer option.
2. Always match “ON button timing” (a button being pressed time) as precise as possible. Going above the necessary timing will cause the modchip to hold down the button in the background after an action has been already executed, preventing other buttons from needed game actions.