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Show file and folder shortcuts in browser

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asked Feb 17, 2017 in Hardware Integration / Remote Control by joeogle (840 points)
edited May 27 by joeogle
I think that it would be very helpful and make Studio One easier to use if file and folder shortcuts were shown in the browser.

I often have files/folders in my sample library that fit more than one category, so having the browser show shortcuts in the "files" tab would be very helpful for linking to other folders when they fit more than one category. (like shortcuts in windows explorer)

Please vote this up if you think Studio One 3 needs this feature

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answered Feb 18, 2017 by Skip Jones (152,840 points)

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answered Jul 31, 2017 by justinmeyer (2,240 points)
Hi joeogle,

I've just voted (because I wanted to create the same FR).
However, just to be sure, I want to check if we're speaking about the same.
When opening an FX, VSTi or Note FX window, it's currently possible
to switch to the previous or next preset.
(By default it's Alt+PageUp/Alt+PageDown I think.)

In my opinion, it would be very useful to be able to switch to
the first preset of the previous/next preset folder.
So instead to switch all the presets inside of the folder BASS,
you could directly jump to PADS - for example.

I guess this is what your request is - so I won't need to create it.

Thanks.
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answered May 27 by joeogle (840 points)
Hi justinmeyer, sorry for the late response, I don't know i you'll get this.

You're suggestion is a very good FR, I hadn't even thought of that!

However, I was meaning file/folder shortcuts in the "files" tab (like shortcuts in windows explorer), as I often have files/folders in my sample library that fit more than one category, so having the browser show shortcuts to them would be helpful.

I have updated my question to add clarity.

Cheers
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