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ecin
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Future upgrades & preferences

Post by ecin »

Not sure if this has been mentioned already, but it would be great if there was a preference file that stored midi and keyboard shortcuts. This way, everytime theres an upgrade, we don't have to set evrything up again. I swear I've setup my shortcuts a dozen times or more.

nice upgrade :) thanx guys!

AlexEtJeremy
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Post by AlexEtJeremy »

Ecin, I'm with you with this one !

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Post by levon »

that would be a good idea, also, then people could share there set ups, would help midi N00bs

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Post by Trunx »

Very good idea. More saving abilities all round would be ideal really.

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word.

Post by therandelman »

totally true.
it has been mentioned lots of times already.
kind of profile-like way to save and load screen setup, preferences (MIDI and so), maybe even the loaded decks and effects....
please do this guys!

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Post by edwin »

yes this is certainly a good idea,
we haven't got around to build a flexible solution for this. right now we added new shortcuts and new settings on each version we released, this way the settings files are not compatible. we hope we can skip to an xml based way of storing the settings. this way it's easier to manage and for the user to change.
it's on the to-do list.
till then you can allways make a copy of your shorts.ff and prefuser.fff files for different setups.

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