New momentary info screen

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    vinz
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    Is it possible to have a momentary soft key that shows an info screen. When the button is pressed we see the info screen and when the button is released it returns to the previous screen.

    This would give us info like:
    – Labeling of the FX keys
    – Labeling of the mix keys
    – Labeling of the soft keys
    – labelling + additional info of the current layer

    I know the labels are maximum 6 characters, but for those who needs it … every channel/mix, FX, … could contain a short label and a long label. The short label would be shown in the scribble scripts, and long labels ( if available ) could be shown on this info page. Things like “FX Delay SlapBack” or “Mix Parallel Main” or “Mix Squash drums” becomes available … or even “Ch Vocal Main SM58”

    I ve put an example in the attachment

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    #99024
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    tourtelot
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    That’s a cool idea. I’d like that on my SQ6.

    D.

    #99026
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    MaxKiusso
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    +1

    #99029
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    Hugo
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    I like your design !
    Could you share it please ?

    Definitely +1, like on ProTools an option to “automaticly short’ our label would be also great

    #99030
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    MarkPAman
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    I think that’s a great idea, even if it’s only the short labels.

    #99039
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    Dave Meadowcroft
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    Agreed, good idea! +1

    #99066
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    chrisw
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    A button for this info screen could also be displayed on the same screen that lets you lock the mixer (I don’t know what it’s called!).

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