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Old 12-11-2019, 11:17 AM   #10
n997
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Thanks Breeder and X-Raym!
Interesting to see that this way of using scripts indeed seems to be the norm, at least for power users.


Having read some newcomers' complaints about REAPER's user experience, I feel that possibilities like these should perhaps be emphasized and mentioned more often. I suspect that many newcomers are so conditioned into not being able to modify their DAW UX themselves, that they wouldn't even think of something like this - despite it being the answer for many "I need REAPER UX to be like my other DAW" requests.

At least, I couldn't conceive of customizing basic editing in this way, until just a few months ago when I started to seriously look into REAPER customization and scripting. Now REAPER has become the go-to DAW for my projects.
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