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Allow Select All, Shift/Ctrl Selecting in Track and Channel List to improve their usability

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asked Jun 29, 2017 in Studio One Feature Requests by requestsandquestions (1,000 points)

As simple as the heading. Allowing the use of Select All or Shift/Ctrl selecting of tracks or channels in the track and channels lists respectively, would greatly improve their purpose. It's much more convenient to multi-select all the tracks/channels when dealing with a condensed list as provided by both, than to have to select the first track/channel then scroll the window to the right/bottom to shift select the final track/channel.

And on that note, Select All for the mix and arranging views would be great. Currently in the arranging view, Select All will select all the events, however this could be changed so that, only when an event is selected and then Select All is pressed, that this would be the case. This would free up the option to first click one of the track headers (with the Mute and Solo buttons etc) and then press Select All to only select all track headers, allowing one to then Shift+T to remove the tracks. Select All in the mix view would be simple: all channels would be selected.


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answered Jun 29, 2017 by Skip Jones (166,750 points)
selected May 22, 2018 by AlexTinsley
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answered Jun 13, 2019 by Daw Stew (12,360 points)
I agree with you on this. I cannot find a keyboard shortcut to select all tracks in the console, Ctrl+A selects all events only.

This seems like an oversight