Yes, anything that helps the fast workflow is welcome. I think in both cases it should work the same, preassigning a slot automatically. I have been immersed with the LUA code, and it has helped me to understand many things that I did not know before.
When you program the code, it actually works in steps. When you drag from Renoise's internal browser, are programmed to do this:
- Insert always at the end a empty slot, it is necessary, logically.
- Add the entrained sample in this slot.
All in one intern function. When you drag from the operating system browser, the first step is not.
All functions are designed to make life easier to the human being, since they are written by a human being. Only some are not complete or not updated, obtaining the best solution. Renoise has a lot of details like that, with details that can be improved.
What I miss most about Renoise or Redux is that it does not have multiplier type buttons. For example:
- Button for inserting 8 tracks
- Button for inserting 12 instrument slots
- Button for inserting 16 patterns divided into 4 sections.
- Things like that...
At least in this case you can do what says Beatslaughter. Just the keyzones is one of the poorest areas along with the automation editor. There will be further complaints... It is what happens when something is incomplete.
Agreed. Hope this get fixed in the next update.
Many things are expected.