The answer is yes, we can.

Slau, if you can come up with shortcuts for volume and pan...


Chi
On 10/16/2016 10:30 PM, Slau Halatyn wrote:
> Hi John Andre,
>
> It’s one thing to have UI automation read the status and perform the default 
> action for a control. Pressing a button or toggling, resetting, etc. is a 
> simple matter. The volume fader has no default action. It must be interacted 
> with and changed to a desired value. This isn’t possible with the Inspector. 
> Naturally, we thought of this early on. There might be a different option but 
> that would be with an entirely different system not related to Flo Tools. Chi 
> can further clarify.
> Slau
>
>> On Oct 16, 2016, at 8:59 PM, John André Lium-Netland 
>> <eml...@a-pro-studio.no> wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I can already see that Flo Tools will save me a lot of time, so while 
>> experimenting with it, I got an idea:
>>
>> Would it be possible to have a shortcut in the Flo Inspector to change the 
>> volume and pan for the focused track using the arrow keys? shift-option-up 
>> and down arrow to change volume and shift-option-left and right arrow to 
>> change pan. I have not checked if there are any shortcut conflicts here.
>>
>> Best,
>> John André
>>
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