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How to have a button group slider have an "entry" for "no buttons"? - MIDI Designer Q&A

How to have a button group slider have an "entry" for "no buttons"?

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asked Mar 3 in Advanced by drumunkey (250 points)
you know you can hide controls in performance, right? Also please note that controls that don't need to be visible can be anywhere, including in another bank/page (you know you've got up to 8 banks x 6 pages per bank). Thanks!
Yup, I know about hiding controls, but it seems this dummy button thing is not working how I expected. I'll have to fiddle with it a bit more.

Thanks!

1 Answer

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Hide button #1 in performance so it is your "no buttons" option.

Then set the slider:

relationships > options as super > button group second press > bounce to first button

Does that do the trick?
answered Mar 5 by hymnotix-grooves (680 points)
selected Mar 23 by drumunkey
Almost. But I have it to turn off on second press. Works better for what I'm trying to do. :) Thanks for the help!
Nice! glad it is sorted out
Drew so we could mark this answer as accepted with the little check mark on the right?
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