Hello, I need to get the control layout of a mouse input, for example a left click or a right click. The issue is that calling InputControlPath.TryGetControlLayout on any path under the Mouse device layout will fail with a NotImplementedException. I have figured out that the culprits are <Mouse>/scroll/x and <Mouse>/scroll/y which have the isModifyingExistingControl flag set. I don't require these controls as <Mouse>/scroll does what they do, so disabling them in InputSystem/Devices/Mouse.cs works fine and resolves the issue. For maintainability reasons however, I do not want to modify any code in the InputSystem if possible. Is there any other way to disable/remove a control on a device? Is there any chance of this issue being fixed in the next version? Additionally, is there a smarter way to allow rebinding to accept either a stick or a button as part of a composite? The way I'm doing it, a 2d action needs to have a direct binding and a composite attached, when rebinding, the other is disabled by overriding the binding with an empty string. It just seems very clunky. Thanks for your time.