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Old 10-20-2021, 03:40 PM   #15201
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You can see an example of the Select buttons having a certain colour in the Channel zone.
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Old 10-20-2021, 03:47 PM   #15202
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You can see an example of the Select buttons having a certain colour in the Channel zone.
A certain color, yes.

Not the "Track" color. I think this was talked about before I got deep into CSI. Not sure what happened.
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Old 10-20-2021, 03:55 PM   #15203
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A certain color, yes.

Not the "Track" color. I think this was talked about before I got deep into CSI. Not sure what happened.
I can't speak for the Faderport but following track color does work with Geoff's most recent Eucon builds. If you try it out in the Avid Control app, you'll see it in action there. That's Eucon though where the hardware is tightly tied into the protocol, not CSI.
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Old 10-20-2021, 04:00 PM   #15204
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I can't speak for the Faderport but following track color does work with Geoff's most recent Eucon builds. If you try it out in the Avid Control app, you'll see it in action there. That's Eucon though where the hardware is tightly tied into the protocol, not CSI.

Yeah I noticed it was working there. I sort of assumed it was a product of eucon itself. That would be great if we can get that working in CSI.

As of right now, in the osc layout I'm working on, I'm using very hacky ways to get track color that involve adding suffixes to my track names. It was a fun experiment for me to do some coding but it would be SO nice if we were able to use { Track } on the tracks.

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Old 10-20-2021, 09:39 PM   #15205
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Hi all!

This is probably a bug.

When using X-Touch with CSI on Win 10 x64 track VU LED's are not working if channel is panned hard right. Seems like VU is connected only to left channel.
Of course X-Touch channel meters is very rough, consists only from 8 LED's, anyway this is nice visual feedback what's going on on track.

Can anybody else confirm this bug?
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Old 10-21-2021, 07:37 AM   #15206
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Hi all!

This is probably a bug.

When using X-Touch with CSI on Win 10 x64 track VU LED's are not working if channel is panned hard right. Seems like VU is connected only to left channel.
Of course X-Touch channel meters is very rough, consists only from 8 LED's, anyway this is nice visual feedback what's going on on track.

Can anybody else confirm this bug?
Just checked, same behavior
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Old 10-21-2021, 07:39 AM   #15207
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Hi all!

This is probably a bug.

When using X-Touch with CSI on Win 10 x64 track VU LED's are not working if channel is panned hard right. Seems like VU is connected only to left channel.
Of course X-Touch channel meters is very rough, consists only from 8 LED's, anyway this is nice visual feedback what's going on on track.

Can anybody else confirm this bug?
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Old 10-22-2021, 01:55 PM   #15208
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Geoff, I know you're working on VCA's right now, but perhaps a feature request for when that's complete...

Proposed feature request: some encoder-based CSI actions for navigation. The idea being that CW turns move or zoom in one direction, and CCW turns move or zoom in the opposite.

I'm thinking the full list of actions would be...

Code:
EncoderZoomHorizontal
EncoderZoomVertical
EncoderScrollHorizontal
EncoderScrollVertical
EncoderSelectTrack
EncoderScrubJog
EncoderMoveEditCursor
Right now we can't assign Zoom In and Zoom Out to a single encoder without resorting to some tricks (jogwheel hack). I think having native CSI actions that were specifically designed for encoders would be really helpful. Particularly for surfaces like the Faderport, but really anything with a jogwheel or an encoder that someone wants to use for things like track navigation.

Bonus points if these could work with acceleration.

Comes up fairly often as a feature request and I'd certainly use it myself. These would essentially replace the native Reaper actions that work with "MIDI CC relative/Mousewheel" that CSI can't utilize because it utilizes the MIDI ports that Reaper would need for those actions to work.
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