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Allow to open macro-controls via mackie controler (or keyboard shortcut)

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asked Mar 6, 2018 in Hardware Integration / Remote Control by idoncare (230 points)
Right now I have to use the mouse to open the macro-controls so that I can use my mackie controler to twist the knobs. This is very tedious. I'd like to open the macro-controls of a selected track either by using a function key on my mackie controler or by hitting a shortcut on the keyboard. Right now you can only open the channel editor via function keys. This does not help me as I always have to use the mouse to activate the macro-control panel (and thus the macro controls)

There has been a similar request before but the answer is NOT a solution to the problem.

https://answers.presonus.com/25004/there-short-open-macro-editor-channel-editor-instrument-track

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answered Apr 30, 2018 by AlexTinsley (772,410 points)
 
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answered Mar 7, 2018 by niles (52,270 points)

Yes, a command to go directly to the Macro Controls would be sweet. Since Show Channel Editor goes to inserts (when available), a second command to go directly to Routing, would finish it.

asked Apr 5, 2018 in Editing by nobleartdk (260 points) Direct keyboard shortcut to the routing page
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answered Feb 21 by danperry3 (340 points)
This is so important, I can't believe users have not demanded it more strenuously.

Presonus: What is the primary purpose of macro controls? Isn't it so you can use them during live performance, and during live tracking/recording? While you are doing these things, where are your hands?.. *on the midi keyboard*, not on the mouse! So while thus playing, what do you want to show up when you hit a midi keyboard button mapped to the Console->Show Channel Editor command? Do you want to see the *Routing* tab? NO, you want to see the *Macro Controls* tab!!

As was mentioned above, it would be useful to have both functional commands available:
1. Goto ChannelEdiitor->MacroControls
2. Goto ChannelEdiitor->Routing
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