[Feature Request] Parameter Wheel Sensitivity be per console.

I would like to request that Parameter wheel sensitivity under User Preferences be per console. Maybe it needs to move to Control Panel since Control Panel is per console but Preferences are per show.

I need it normal speed on the console and slow on the tablet. It would also be great if there could be a "very slow" mode. I know holding pig slows it down but I would use "very slow mode" and still use the pig key for finer refinements.

Maybe it has been requested already but I couldn't find it in the forums

Thanks!

+1 if you agree

-Ben

Comments

  • Playdoe9Playdoe9 Registered User
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  • Playdoe9Playdoe9 Registered User
    Anyone else out there agree?

    Crickets...
  • cmonkcmonk Registered User, Hog Beta
    If i am reading your post correctly then i don't think your request can work as the tablet is remote controlling the 'console' itself and the tablet is not its own console, they are not independent...
    You cannot specify the console set to 'normal' speed and the tablet set to 'slow'.

    The only way i could see you having a 'finer' control of the encoder wheel within the current setup of software is to create your own custom osc layout where the 'wheel' on the tablet is a lot larger if not full screen...

  • Playdoe9Playdoe9 Registered User
    cmonk, sorry, I need to clarify. The tablet is a windows PC laptop client. If I slow down the speed of the parameter wheels in the control panel for the laptop, then when I get back to the console, the wheels are too slow.

    This setting should be per console. Not globally to all consoles.
  • cmonkcmonk Registered User, Hog Beta
    I see, sorry thought your tablet was a TouchOSC based device...

    I haven't got multiple consoles to try this on at the moment, but I am guessing that your consoles are different Net Numbers currently?
  • Playdoe9Playdoe9 Registered User
    Yes. Different net numbers.
  • Playdoe9Playdoe9 Registered User
    Any progress on this?
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