What is the quickest way to move from the note sub-column to the fx sub-column without a mouse?

Hello all,

I’m creating some fun breakbeat music in Renoise, but have run into a sticking point. When I enter a note, I’d like to move to the fx column of the note I just entered so I can do some sample offset entry. I’ve tried pressing Shift + the note but then it creates another note column. Using just the arrow keys is a tad slow because the fx field is the last one on the right.

I understand I can press Ctrl+0 to prevent my cursor from going down to the next note, but I’ve not found a shortcut that will send me between the various sub-columns of note, volume, pan, delay, and fx. Like a more granular tab/shift+tab functionality. Does such a thing exist in the stock Renoise? Do I need to modify the program in any way?

Thanks!

You can use SHIFT+ALT (and cursor keys Up Down Left Right, and PgUp and PgDown)
for a more granular selection.

shiftalt

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Hey, thanks for the reply. I’m not looking for more granular selection, I’m more looking to quickly tab between the note and fx sub-columns.

The Tab button moves to the next available note column.

No other way then cursor left, right, to move to the note FX column.

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Ah, I see. Thank you.