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I'm gearing up to make the switch from DP. On the extended (mac) keyboard, with DP, I could use the number pad for all sorts of commands. #3 for record, 2 for pause, 1 rewind, etc. Another really handy command is midi pause/record...waiting for input from a midi note....accessible via the number pad, as well. Any similar keyboard command options in SP.
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You can set up the key commands any way you like in the keyboard shortcut configuration section.

Numpad keys are currently mapped for marker navigation. I'm on a small Apple keyboard in the studio and on a laptop so I can't test the actual functions for you now.
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I also have a shortcuts question. Can anyone give me a link to a visual map of all the default S1 shortcut keys that I can print out?
It would be really useful to have that near the computer.

Thanks.

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If you go to the Help menu, there is a keyboard shortcut option. If you select that it will give you a dynamic overview of all keyboard shortcuts you have set-up.

If you change any assignment in the options/preferences it will automatically be displayed here as well.

It opens inside your browser and can easily be printed from there.
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Ok. Great - found that, thanks.

But I was kind of hoping for an actual graphical representation of the keyboard. Maybe I'll have to make my own... I just find it a good way to learn the keys, quickly.

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Sunpalm wrote:Ok. Great - found that, thanks.

But I was kind of hoping for an actual graphical representation of the keyboard. Maybe I'll have to make my own... I just find it a good way to learn the keys, quickly.



There was one with version one. It will be missing a few newer options but I bet someone can send it to you.
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Okay, I looked around on my computer and found the Version 1 pdf file.

It will be missing the newer commands added in 1.5 but is still a pretty good reference:

Edit: I replaced my link with the official PreSonus link as pointed out by Sunmachine:

http://www.presonus.com/media/manuals/studio_one-key_commands.pdf

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Yes: that's what I was thinking of! Thanks.
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bedstrom wrote:Okay, I looked around on my computer and found the Version 1 pdf file.

It will be missing the newer commands added in 1.5 but is still a pretty good reference:

http://www.box.net/shared/vccu85e8ki


The pdf file can also be downloaded from the PreSonus site:
http://www.presonus.com/products/SoftwareDetail.aspx?SoftwareId=11
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Hi
Is there any way to edit special key commands ? (the mousewheels ones...)

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