Undo removes a VST

(midi error) #1

Working with things like NI Kontakt, I’ve often pressed Command-Z to undo a change in Kontakt…which isn’t a recognised command… so it undoes the last renoise command, which was to load an instrument.

This just happened and I lost a sampler patch I was working on completely.

Maybe if undo is going to remove an instrument like this it would be useful to have a pop-up to say “are you sure you want to remove this instrument?”

(ffx) #2

You could setup another shortcut for undo in Renoise. maybe this works in Kontakt, too?

(midi error) #3

Well its an instinctive action. Undo is command Z… Im not sure Kontakt as a VST allows keyboard shortcuts.

Its just very frustrating when you make a killer synth preset or youre working on something and you undo one tiny action and watch it all disappear.

Maybe a lock action for the plugin, so it cant be deleted…??!

(TheBellows) #4

Sounds to me like something that is not supposed to happen unless Kontakt uses ctr+z as a shortcut for closing it. I’ve had similar problem in photoshop under win 10, i press a shortcut in ps and it launches a shortcut in another app. Probably not related to your problem though, but can it be that win 10 is fucking up this somehow?

(Mastrcode) #5

If you open the plugin window, there’s a checkbox called “Enable Keyboard” at the lower left corner. If this is checked and the plugin window is focused, then your key commands should work for that plugin.

(midi error) #6

interesting! thanks hopefully this will stop me punching myself in the face

(midi error) #7

im using a mac in the studio… normally a pc user tho!