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Can the Assignable buttons be changed with a snippet?

In Scene parser I get this kind of code:

```

/config/userctrl/A GN

/config/userctrl/A/enc "S0715" "S0815" "F70" "X300"

/config/userctrl/A/btn "S204" "S206" "S208" "T6" "S205" "S207" "S209" "X300"

/config/userctrl/B MG

/config/userctrl/B/enc "F72" "F73" "F74" "F75"

/config/userctrl/B/btn "S211" "S212" "S213" "S214" "S215" "S216" "S217" "S210"

/config/userctrl/C RD

/config/userctrl/C/enc "F76" "F77" "F78" "F70"

/config/userctrl/C/btn "S221" "S222" "S223" "S224" "S225" "S226" "S227" "S228"

```

I have some old scenes that I know had different values for the 'A' Buttons and compared them with some current scenes that I have and they are the same. ??

Are those values of the buttons not stored with each scene? Is there a way to change those values with a snapshot?

ie. 'bank A' buttons 3 and 7 used to be set to deal with my vocal 3 fader and sends. I now have those buttons to 0 out my master and DCA's. I'd like to store those different parameters on a snippet and firing it would change buttons 3 and 7's function. - That's probably clear as mud.... any input would be appreciated. 

Troy

 

TroyKrueger Contributor - Level 2 2019-10-30

2019-10-30

Can the Assignable buttons be changed with a snippet?

In Scene parser I get this kind of code:

```

/config/userctrl/A GN

/config/userctrl/A/enc "S0715" "S0815" "F70" "X300"

/config/userctrl/A/btn "S204" "S206" "S208" "T6" "S205" "S207" "S209" "X300"

/config/userctrl/B MG

/config/userctrl/B/enc "F72" "F73" "F74" "F75"

/config/userctrl/B/btn "S211" "S212" "S213" "S214" "S215" "S216" "S217" "S210"

/config/userctrl/C RD

/config/userctrl/C/enc "F76" "F77" "F78" "F70"

/config/userctrl/C/btn "S221" "S222" "S223" "S224" "S225" "S226" "S227" "S228"

```

I have some old scenes that I know had different values for the 'A' Buttons and compared them with some current scenes that I have and they are the same. ??

Are those values of the buttons not stored with each scene? Is there a way to change those values with a snapshot?

ie. 'bank A' buttons 3 and 7 used to be set to deal with my vocal 3 fader and sends. I now have those buttons to 0 out my master and DCA's. I'd like to store those different parameters on a snippet and firing it would change buttons 3 and 7's function. - That's probably clear as mud.... any input would be appreciated. 

Troy

 

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Re: Can the Assignable buttons be changed with a snippet?

Hi Troy @TroyKrueger ,

I just found your post in the spam folder (thanks to the AI).

Yes you can store these settings in a snippet. You can also separate these multi-value OSC command lines into their single-value equivalents. Patrick has these extensively documented (and in the order they appear - page 23). 

 

For example:

/config/userctrl/A/enc "S0715" "S0815" "F70" "X300"

can be separated to 

/config/userctrl/A/enc/1 "S0715"

/config/userctrl/A/enc/2 "S0815"

/config/userctrl/A/enc/3 "F70"

/config/userctrl/A/enc/4 "X300"

Therefore if you only want the snippet to change encoder 3 of A bank, just include that OSC command.

 

 

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Re: Can the Assignable buttons be changed with a snippet?

Hey Paul, thank you for saving my post! , I went back to the site later to read it and it was GONE,! so thank you.

Yeah, ok, so that's good that I can store / recall those assignable buttons.

I take it that those are stored in the snapshots. I had looked at two different snapshots that certainly had different assignments to those buttons at the time I saved them, but when I looked at the values for the buttons in bank A they were the same. ??

I didn't/don't get it.

I will do another definitive test, cause I'm probalby wrong, but wanted to throw it out there.

So I'll store 2 different snapshots with completely differnet assignments to those buttons and take a look see...

thanx as always for your time.