F11 updated. First press hides upper layer and shows mixer list and patternmatrix and trackdsp at the bottom. second F11 press shows upperlayer and opens trackscopes. third F11 hides upperlayer.
I’ll add these to F2 and hopefully F3 and F4 - depending. for F2 it’s a nobrainer.
Ok, F2 now does the very same thing, pattern editor+no pattern matrix, trackdsp, show adv.edit, press 2nd time: show trackscopes, press third time: hide trackscopes…
F3 functions pretty interestingly, I used it to switch between track scopes and diskop, but sometimes it just wants to allow for pressing_the_button_down and flicking between both and the other, and sometimes it functions as if one press is one press only. sometimes it registers two presses from one press, too
will upload later when there’s more to it rather than triple functioning on same keyboard shortcut.
ok still not uploaded, however, some progress, added CrashBackups-folder thing (thanks a lot dBlue!). It works on OSX,Linux and PC, what this shortcut does is: opens three file-browsers on your OS, one which shows where Renoise.log is, one which shows where Preferences.xml is, one which shows where Crashbackups are.
So now all you gotta do is launch up your mail client and drag those files to your email which is being sent to email@example.com.
Added is also Mailto firstname.lastname@example.org shortcut which should, in a perfect universe, start up your mail-client and have the address already there.
Also added are “selected_instrument midi program next - previous” shortcuts.
I’ve been fiddling with select_trackdsp device, but haven’t been able to make it work inside a script.
– edit trying to tweak F3 to work properly, must be in the detections, wrong detection…
well, gave up on the f3 and posted it, sorray. I’ll probably eventually learn how to do it