Preview Panel Shortcut for GRID-LAYER-.....-OUT
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    Preview Panel Shortcut for GRID-LAYER-.....-OUT

    by pele2010 » Sun Sep 11, 2016 4:24 pm

    Hi,

    when I tested the VJ3 I found that it hat the ability to switch in-between the Preview- VIEWS.
    It would be great if these would have shortcuts by default.

    Or at least we could make shortcuts.

    I can't select them with the "keyword browser" and neither with "keys" nor with "midi" mapping
    they are selectable.

    kind regards Peter
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    Re: Preview Panel Shortcut for GRID-LAYER-.....-OUT

    by anomad » Tue Sep 13, 2016 3:06 pm

    . hey Peter - i came across this issue as well and found you could add a few lines to a module to switch between preview a, b and output…

    . look at ' ctrl_ui_previewWindowMode '
    The current preview mode:
    0 for grid, 1 for layer, 2 for group inv, 3 for group A, 4 for group B, 5 for out mix, 6 for out.
    SET: modul8.setValue('ctrl_ui_previewWindowMode',value,10) GET: modul8.getValue('XXXXXXXXXXX', 10)


    . so, i created a button for 'Preview A' that when pressed executes:
    modul8.setValue('ctrl_ui_previewWindowMode', 3, 0 )

    . and then assign a MIDI or key press to the button


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    Re: Preview Panel Shortcut for GRID-LAYER-.....-OUT

    by pele2010 » Sun Sep 18, 2016 1:12 pm

    Hey, excellent!

    I will check this


    thanks so much!


    Peter
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