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Currently, these two actions only work when a folder track is selected. Would it be possible to modify them so that if a user is on a standard track when they trigger the actions, they land on the nearest folder in either direction?
Example: let's say I have 12 drum tracks contained within a folder called "Drum bus", followed by two bass tracks which aren't folders, and below those, let's say 6 guitar tracks contained within a folder called "Guitar bus".
Currently, to navigate between those two folders using the SWS actions, I have to have one of the existing folders selected first. IE, if my snare track is selected, it's not possible to hit the keystroke I've bound to "SWS: Select next folder" and move to the "Guitar bus" folder.
This change would make folder navigation way more intuitive, and be massively appreciated by a whole bunch of blind users that I'm involved in putting a keymap together for.
Thanks for considering,
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Thanks for the super speedy response! Point taken re modifying
existing actions, and many many thanks for adding the two new ones.
Looking forward to taking them for a spin whenever the next release
On 5/15/18, nofish ***@***.***> wrote:
modifying existing actions is always a little problematic imo because of the
risk of breaking existing workflows.
So I've added two new actions for the next SWS version called "SWS: Select
nearest previous folder" and "SWS: Select nearest next folder" which behave
the way you're suggesting.
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