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feature request: add "copy & paste" functionality for complete mixer channels #5029

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strgaltdel opened this Issue Jun 12, 2017 · 1 comment

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strgaltdel commented Jun 12, 2017

Hi,

after intensive rearrangement of mixer-line configuration,
i found that an additional "copy & paste" functionality regarding a complete mixer channel, not only the lines, would be helpful.

Even when you try to follow own "standard operation procedures" including fix channel/mixer line sequences in templates, sometimes you'll run into situations where you have to move complete "mixer channels"
i.e. imagine you you're exchanging receiver types in planes from X8r to S8R, or configuring 6- and 8-flap glider based on a 4-Flap template.
Usually one flap-channel is defined by 4..6 Mixer lines, which generates excessive "cut&paste" operations in an 6 or 8-flap environment with a risk of moving a line into the wrong channel.

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By migrating 3 planes in the last week, i thought about the comfort of such a functionality several times,
maybe it could find a way for implementation in one of the future releases.

Thanks and regards

Udo

btw
copy/paste functionality in terms of SF & LS seems to be a little bit "hidden" ?
maybe it could be more intuitive for users if a frame like in the "#" or "switch" header would surround the LS / SF descriptors?

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mpaperno commented Jun 5, 2018

This is now possible by way of multi-selecting all the mixes on one channel (with mouse and CTRL/SHIFT key) and then dragging them all at once to a new channel (remember to hold down SHIFT to move vs. COPY), or using cut/copy and paste.

Same is true for the Inputs.

It also possible to copy/move any number of lines to a new/existing channel/input.

The only caveat is that you can't copy/move multiple channels at once... all the selected lines would end up in the same destination channel.

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