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Hi! Can anyone tell me which lines in the rtconfig control the MCP separator positions? I'd like to have these in fixed positions for different layouts. Thanks!

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*Tap tap* Is this thing on?
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Quote from WALTER themer’s guide, page 24 (Extended mixer)
http://www.houseofwhitetie.com/reape...mers_guide.pdf
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The Extended Mixer is the section of the MCP and MCP master where the Sends, Insert Effects and Parameter Knobs live. WALTER has no direct control over what happens within the extended mixer, but has control over the area the extended mixer appears in, which can either be automatic, or defined by you like any other WALTER element.
I have one saved screenset where the extended mixer shows Fx and sends, opens always the same size. Might work if not many (or any) changes are needed to the layouts once opened...then again static setup with pre-set fx and all should work from a template too?
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