+1 And I will add, modifiers in Studio One are all over the place. A complete mess. I find it disconcerting that Presonus doesn't pick up on these inconsistencies. They should fix the niggles before implementing new flashy features.
For example, to move a track it's click then drag, so you'd think to move an FX insert you'd just click and drag it. Wrong! That will copy, not move, the FX insert. Instead, to move an insert you have to Alt + Click, or Shift + Click, then drag it. That's as counter-intuitive as you can get. A well design user interface would resemble the way we naturally interact with objects. To move my cofee mug from one place to another I don't need to hold down a button—I just move it directly. Likewise, to move a track, or a clip, or a note in Studio One I just click and drag, non need for modifiers. Then what is so special about FX inserts that they require a modifier key to be held down?
But wait, it gets better! Ctrl + Click then drag is used in countless software applications for duplicating items. In Studio One itself it's used for copying clips, MIDI notes and tracks, so it wouldn't be unreasonable for users to expect that this would also be used for copying FX inserts. Well... wrong again! Ctrl + Click then drag—you guessed it—deletes FX inserts! I mean... seriously Presonus?
Here's a summary of how this works at the moment. MIDI notes, Clips and Tracks use the same modifier scheme, while FX tracks use a completely different scheme that's inconsistent with everything else:
And below is how I think it should work. Ctrl for Copy everywhere (as used by most software, not just Studio One). Alt for "special" Copy everywhere (except MIDI notes and FX inserts which don't have a special Copy). Shift for Delete everywhere, where applicable. No modifiers always moves things.
I would add, also the ability to delete multiple selected tracks and inserts by Shfit + Click then drag. At the moment FX inserts can't be selected, so we can only delete one at a time (this is by no means a deal breaker but certainly useful to be able to do).
PS: I think it's embarrassing that users have to waste their time to report problems that are obvious to everyone except, apparently, the people making the software. We are talking about problems that would be relatively easy to fix. We are not requesting a new synth plugin, or something mad like Mix Engine FX... just sayin'