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|0001238||OpenMPT||[All Projects] Feature Request||public||2019-07-24 22:29||2019-09-09 01:38|
|Product Version||OpenMPT 1.29.00.* (current testing)|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0001238: Easier sample slicing|
It'd be really nice to be able to make a selection of a sample and instantly be able to copy it into a new sample slot, for example when breaking down a drum loop it'd be super convenient to be able to just select drum 1 -> keyboard shortcut -> select drum 2 -> keyboard shortcut ... etc. Alternatively, maybe a set of "slice points" would be a better solution to that issue - something like the existing cue points, but without a fixed number of them and probably just temporary and not stored in the module whatsoever, just for quick slicing.
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I would also like similar changes. The sample cue feature is very nice but I would use it way more often if it behaved as follows:
This is a side effect of the sample slicing being implemented on top of a pre-existing feature (cue points for pattern effect command
I forgot to mention:
You can use Shift+1...Shift+9 for that (default keymap).
OK, I think I see the problem there. When only default sample cue points are used, the actual sample numbers aren't saved in the file, so changing the default cue points in the way that I suggested would break modules that have oxx effects on samples with no custom cue points set.