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Old 02-03-2023, 03:46 AM
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Default Reset default soft key?

I’m sure i’m missing something obvious here but - how do you reload the default/factory setting for a soft key without factory resetting ALL softkeys?
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Default Re: Reset default soft key?

Greetings,

I presume you mean for the primary appset Soft Keys v the new Channel Strip Keys. The only options are Factory (all Soft Keys and Pages), Import or Export. There is no granularity to restore a single function into a Soft Key slot.

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