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Wrap sequences
#1
When I'm programming long sequences sometimes I find that the start point should be on another step than 00 and need to wrap around the pattern up or down. Could you please consider this request if there are still some key combos available?
Thanks!
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#2
SHIFT+UP/DOWN in pattern screen seems to be unused at the moment, could be used for this maybe?
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#3
Shift + UP/Down is a part of the mute/solo and can‘t be used.
I think there is no key combination left. But it sounds to me like a good one for the Nerd menu
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#4
(06-02-2019, 12:58 PM)XORadmin Wrote: Shift + UP/Down is a part of the mute/solo and can‘t be used.
I think there is no key combination left. But it sounds to me like a good one for the Nerd menu

Ops sorry about the shortcut suggestion, I was remembering wrong and away from my case. Anyway thanks for considering it, I'm sure you'll find a better solution Smile
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#5
There's a totally usable, but slow, method for doing this right now. Shift+PageDown+Copy will push down whatever is at the current step to below the inserted steps.

So, say you want row 2 to be your new starting point:

1) Shift+Mark from row 2 to the end of your pattern
2) Shift+Mark to grab that into the buffer
3) Move to step 0
4) Shift+PageDown+Copy will insert the copied rows at step 0, and, will push what was at step 0 and 1 to the end of what you inserted

I also find this SUPER useful to "rotate" FX or Mod stuff.

I'd recommend saving or duplicating the pattern first Wink as this can sometimes feel a tiny bit fiddly if you've not done it before.
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#6
Team work makes the dream work, thanks the_cody !!!
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#7
Whoa! That worked perfectly at first try. Many thanks Smile
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#8
(06-02-2019, 12:58 PM)XORadmin Wrote: Shift + UP/Down is a part of the mute/solo

I had no idea this was in there!   Big Grin Or, I guess I read it and it didn't stick  Wink Gonna need to learn how to use that! I would find that SUPER useful! I built a dual 3->2 passive switched or-gate module that's mostly been using as realtime mute switches (instead of the intended use I had for combining triggers). THIS seems a lot more hp economical, since it's built in to the OS!!
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