I have a question when Presonus will do something with colors for paths/channels/patterns, i.e. developing possibilities? The palette of possibilities is first of all too short, and secondly without any logic. I also work in FL-Studio, arrange large and instruments rich in instruments. I use several dozen/several hundred colors for the orchestration itself (each instrument and each articulation - a different color of pattern/object). For this I arrange rock and EDM works, i.e. percussion instruments, bass and guitars, keyboards, vocals and choirs. I use hundreds of colors that I got used to. In FL, I prepared a template / preset script. But in S1 there are 1/100 possibilities relative to fl. To be honest, Studio One must necessarily improve here, because when it comes to coloring possibilities, it has the worst solutions of all top Daw's!
For example, there are no shades of gray at all, and this is what I mean all types of drums :(
We need "Color Selector" with a standard extensive color palette and, above all, with the RGB palette, so that I can determine the color and create a palette of my colors.
Automatic coloring (and assigning the icon) based on the name entered would also be useful (separate scripts for paths, mixer channel and for Pattern).
I use "Color Toolbar" scrip because there are more colors, I can determine them myself according to the RGB palette, and color automation by name. This is well resolved and something like this could be implemented in S1. For me, the problem is only that there are 72 colors, I talked to the creator and unfortunately he cannot increase, because it will not fit on the toolbar. I suggested to add rows, but he increased only to 72 colors.
As I write comments, it's one more. If someone uses a large number of mixer paths/channels, then after selecting the path they are poorly highlighted and I do not see later which is active. Even when the contrast is set in options. If the mixer paths and channels are colored, then there should be more not colorful area to mark the path and its backlight more visible.
Are any activities planned here?