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Aron_W

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Key Commands / Shortcuts Request
« on: April 04, 2020, 02:32:03 pm »
Hi,
Am I missing something really obvious here or is there really no key commands within the stand alone or plug versions of the V Collection and Spark 2? On a good day I hate using my mouse and avoid using it as much as possible instead using key commands for navigating other software and my OS. It's waaaaaay quicker.
I'm just suprised there isn't like "command/control N" for new preset, "command/control S or shift S" for saving. Or using the arrows for next preset or even further a keyboard shortcut for marking a favourite.
I've been using the "heart" where possible so I know which sounds to come back to but I'm finding it pretty time consuming to scroll and click each preset I like. Like "command f" for favourite or something to that effect? I've got 16 more of your product's libraries to go through and I'm trying not to spend all my free time doing admin. Ha!
Just thought it would be a useful tool to add more key commands to this gorgeous and powerful collection of synths. Seems like an oversite. Would be nice to not rely on the slow mouse action.

Thanks,
A

LBH

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Re: Key Commands / Shortcuts Request
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2020, 08:28:26 pm »
FYI: When you are in Browser view and select a preset with your mouse, then you can use your computer keyboards up/ down arrows to step through presets.
You can also assign controller buttons to the applications top panel preset select buttons.
It all can and does work in both standalone and plugin mode.

MajorFubar

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Re: Key Commands / Shortcuts Request
« Reply #2 on: April 06, 2020, 09:54:29 am »
In addition to using the up and down arrow like LBH says, the whole interface was designed to be operated directly from a Keylab controller, so if you're using one of those, that offers the closest integration between hardware and software.
2011 iMac 27" 2012 MBP 13" V Collection 6 Analog Lab 4 KeyLab 88 KeyLab 49 KeyStep

 

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