These might not be my most used, but block begin / block end (command-b command-e) was a relevation because it works so much better for column selection within tracks than most of the other block selection methods.
Another relevation track cut copy paste via F3/F4/F5 is really handy for editing on the fly without stopping song playback playback.
Another relevation - focus keys for a each view (e.g. diskop, pattern editor, instruments, etc.). Why these aren’t mapped by default is beyond me, because the option-tab/option-shift-tab navigation between different frames is not ideal.
other stuff… #1 i think will have to be the Shift/Alt F3/F4/F5 cut/copy/paste stuff (and F1/F2/F11/F12 transpose!)
i even remapped the render shortcuts for this (ctrl-R: render pattern; shift-R render track; shift-alt-R render column etc - thanks for this btw i believe it’s new in 2.8 right?)
o yeah. double & halve the edit step. still have to clone this tool i made to all the renoise installs… AND. figure out why 64 is max! it gets tough with a 32 LPB
F1-F8 for the views, although I don’t use them beyond 5 much, mouse is quicker then?
having RAlt for the pattern loop toggle makes sense… gonna try that. Better yet. build a quick tool that would behave like the block loop shortcut (edit: see sig). should be a more feasible tool to make quickly than e.g. a full-fledged tool for no-sample jamming (who cares btw?)
ctrl-M for midi binds
also since I finally figured out which ‘missing black keys’ translate to empty keyboard letter keys I now have
1 for solo
A for mute
4 for the ‘F2 pattern editor’ addon
\ for tempo tap