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Is there a keyboard shortcut for 'unlock VCS' ?

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Its perhaps the command I used most often when designing sounds but I can't seem to be able to do it as efficiently as I'd like to.... i.e. with one key press!
asked Jul 12, 2015 in Using Kyma by cristian-vogel (Master) (8,140 points)

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+2 votes

No, but it might be worth remembering that there are several changes you can make to the VCS without unlocking.  For example, if you ctrl+click (right-click) on a widget, you can change that widget's:

  • Controller mapping (map it to MIDI, OSC, the Pen, Wiimote (accelerometer))
  • Learn (put it in learn mode and map it to the next controller you move)
  • Widget type
  • Range
  • Whether it should have the same value in all presets
  • Whether it should ignore preset changes
answered Jul 12, 2015 by ssc (Savant) (115,600 points)
The right click on widgets is very welcome. But for re-arranging and re-sizing, theres still a lot of unlocking and locking. If its not too difficult, a keyboard shortcut would be very welcome too...
I would love a shortcut for unlocking and locking of the VCS and bring the VCS Editor in front/Back.
I also would love to do multiple selections and then apply the right click widget changes.... for example to set "ignore preset changes/ roll the dice" for 32 Faders can be a bit time consuming.
Such a shortcut would be very welcome :)
I agree, a keyboard shortcut for locking/unlocking the VCS would be excellent. I spend so much time editing VCS's. Any keyboard shortcuts for VCS editing would be most welcome!

After unlocking/locking, my most used commands (starting with most used first) are:

* Squeeze Horizontal
* Squeeze Vertical
* Align Horizontal (Top)
* Align Vertical (Left)
* Set tick marks & labels
I have to add my support for such a feature, although I fear if it was easily implementable it might already exist?

In other news: I have a keyboard shortcut to 'Record to disk..' I set this in the OSX system preferences under Keyboard >Shortcuts.
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