asked Mar 03 '14 at 01:29 by stylemistake (1.1k)

Are there any functions in control script API to make clip launcher view follow the controller's position in it?

E.g. Currently clip launcher indicators go out of the view if I move them beyond the screen. Yeah, can be solved by moving a cursor, but that's such a hack ;/.

This doesn't answer your question, but it might be of interest. I have a way of scrolling using the keyboard arrow keys on a Mac if you're interested (and on Mac!)


answered Mar 03 '14 at 07:58 by wiggy (290)

does that require focusing on clip launcher, or that's just the scrolling?

  — (Mar 03 '14 at 08:35) stylemistake

You don't need to actually focus on the clip launcher, but you do need to hover there so it knows you want to scroll that section. You can move the cursor to hover using the arrow keys as well. Both are done using an app called KeyRemap, which is free. I actually wrote the scrolling bit myself and the developer put it in recently. It's very easy. I use it for other things as well such as the middle-click drag in Bitwig Studio. It turns my right CMD key into a middle-click.

Actually a two finger trackpad swipe on a Mac doesn't need actual focus either, just that you hover in the right area.

  — (Mar 03 '14 at 17:53) wiggy

Did you find a solution for that?


answered Sep 26 '14 at 17:26 by timmm (11)

This is a known bug, hopefully this will be fixed asap!


answered Sep 29 '14 at 14:27 by fredrik (80)

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Asked: Mar 03 '14 at 01:29

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Last updated: Sep 29 '14 at 14:27