I would be interested in knowing if this is reproducible in a new project on your same machine with nothing but Rewired installed. One clunky workaround would be to set the inspector to Debug mode before clicking on the Touch Controller. You wouldn't be able to see the editors, but it wouldn't keep making new buttons. Disabling the foldout for the element creation buttons should also stop it since that code will not be executed if the foldout is open. In order to do this, you might have to go into Debug mode, disable the option to select newly created objects, then go back into normal mode, close the foldout, and delete the buttons it created. Thanks for the kind words. Supporting Unity and all the distribution platforms and operating systems involved as they constantly change has and continues to be a real challenge.