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Old 07-08-2016, 07:33 AM   #87
juliansader
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Originally Posted by lowellben View Post
Could you create a small, brief tutorial (either video or listed steps) on how to configure these new "Run 'lane under mouse' scripts" as toolbar icons for new or inexperienced users? It's hard to visualize how to coordinate these and it may be helpful for users.

Maybe? Just an idea!
The following instructions are included inside the js_Run script:

[TL/DR version:
1) Add all of the 'lane under mouse' scripts to the toolbar.
2) Link the js_Run script to a keyboard shortcut as well as a mousewheel shortcut.
3) Now any 'lane under mouse' script that is activated in toolbar can be run using the shortcuts assigned in step 2.]



Description:
This script helps to improve the UI by allowing js_ MIDI editing functions to be selected via toolbar buttons, similar to FL Studio and other DAWs.

Any js_ script that edits the 'lane under mouse' and that has been linked to a toolbar button can be run using a single keyboard shortcut that has been linked to this script -- therefore no more need to remember a different shortcut for each script.

This script currently works with the following js_ MIDI editing scripts:
~ Arch with sine curve
~ Arch with linear or power curve
~ Stretch
~ Tilt
~ Compress or expand
~ 1-sided warp (accelerate)
~ 2-sided warp (and stretch)
~ Draw linear or curved ramp in real time
~ Draw linear or curved ramp in real time (chasing start values)
~ Draw sine curve in real time
~ Draw sine curve in real time (chasing start values)
~ Split notes
~ Split selected notes
~ Trim notes
~ Trim selected notes
~ Remove redundancies (in lane under mouse)

Any user-customized variants of these scripts can also be added to the toolbar.

NOTE: The scripts listed above are those that work with events in the lane under mouse. Since the mouse needs to be positioned over the MIDI editor's CC lanes or notes area for these scripts to work, they cannot be run directly from toolbar buttons.

Scripts that work with events in the last-clicked lane (such as variants the LFO Tool or the Remove Redundancies script) can be run directly from the toolbar.

Instructions:
* This script must be linked to a keyboard shortcut (such as "S") as well as a mousewheel shortcut (such as Ctrl+mousewheel).
* This script should not be linked to a toolbar button.
* The js_ MIDI functions listed above should each be linked to a toolbar button. (They can also be linked to their own keyboard shortcuts, but this is not necessary.)
* To run the selected js_ MIDI function:
* 1) click its button, which will light up,
* 2) move the mouse to its position in the CC lane or notes area, and
* 3) press the shortcut key for this "Run the js_..." script.

Note: Since this script is a user script, the way it responds to shortcut keys and mouse buttons is opposite to that of REAPER's built-in mouse actions with mouse modifiers: To run the script, press the shortcut key *once* to start the script and then move the mouse *without* pressing any mouse buttons. Press the shortcut key again once to stop the script.

(The first time that the script is stopped, REAPER will pop up a dialog box asking whether to terminate or restart the script. Select "Terminate" and "Remember my answer for this script".)

Last edited by juliansader; 02-08-2017 at 03:54 PM.
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