asked May 28 at 04:46 by amg56 (225)

It would be useful if the "Clear all filters" right-click action were assignable to a keyboard shortcut. I find myself doing this all the time.

One general issue is that the browser completely resets itself whenever Bitwig is restarted. It would save time if it remembered at least some of the user's settings, such as, for example, the status of the play on selection button, and, for each subpanel, whether the user is has collection or location selected. Every single time I access the samples panel I have to collapse the main entries, such as the built in "Packages" entry, to bring the directory that contains my library into view. It would probably be better to have it all start out collapsed, like in Live.

Finally, there should be a key modifier such that if a sample is dragged into the composition, it is forced to raw mode. I know there is a preference that does this based on the length of the file, but, really, that's not sufficient. For instance, risers are often the same length as loops. But a lot of the time you just want to import a riser as raw. If I missed out on the fact that a keyboard modifier is already there I would love to hear about it.

Yup, browser 'folders' should be collapsed by default I think. It's rather annoying currently.. Also it would be user-friendly if the browser remembered its latest state(s). Now if you're for eg in drum machine device choosing samples, every cell opens a 'default' browser and doesn't remember the folder structure. (Of course you can use the right handside browser and drag and drop for this..but anyways). Cheers!

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answered Jun 07 at 11:35 by mgaw (178)

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