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#26 Raul (ulneiz)

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Posted 25 May 2018 - 19:01

For instance, a shortcut to select the volume column only. Another one to select just the delay column, etc. I use those two masks A LOT and it would save me both time and wrist pain if I didn't have to use the mouse every time I need them.

 

Apparently, since 2011 this property has been requested to be observable, not read only:

-- The currently edited sub column type within the selected note/effect column.
renoise.song().selected_sub_column_type
  -> [read-only, enum = SUB_COLUMN]


renoise.Song.SUB_COLUMN_NOTE
renoise.Song.SUB_COLUMN_INSTRUMENT
renoise.Song.SUB_COLUMN_VOLUME
renoise.Song.SUB_COLUMN_PANNING
renoise.Song.SUB_COLUMN_DELAY
renoise.Song.SUB_COLUMN_SAMPLE_EFFECT_NUMBER
renoise.Song.SUB_COLUMN_SAMPLE_EFFECT_AMOUNT

renoise.Song.SUB_COLUMN_EFFECT_NUMBER
renoise.Song.SUB_COLUMN_EFFECT_AMOUNT

If renoise.song().selected_sub_column_type were accessible, it would be very simple in a tool to direct the cursor in a specific sub-column, and therefore, assign a specific keyboard command.

 
Personally, I built myself for my own use VPDpro tool, which allows you to insert parameters in each subcolumn without needing the cursor to be in it.
 

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#27 clairobscur

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Posted 26 May 2018 - 08:29

If renoise.song().selected_sub_column_type were accessible, it would be very simple in a tool to direct the cursor in a specific sub-column, and therefore, assign a specific keyboard command.

 


 

Thank you for looking into the matter. I think I have found an easier solution that seems working well : using a macro recording tool.