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Old 05-22-2019, 05:58 PM   #241
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Default Where can I get TCP and MCP layout codes for the SWS Auto color/icon/layout?

Are there TCP and MCP layout codes for this theme and if so, how can I find them?
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Old 05-22-2019, 06:26 PM   #242
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this would be great if it had indented folder subtracks in the mixer.....
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Old 05-23-2019, 12:31 PM   #243
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Are there TCP and MCP layout codes for this theme and if so, how can I find them?
Since I am unaware of what these are or how they're implemented I'll say no.
rather than try to explain them to me, just point me to an example of them being used in a theme.
I'll take a look at it and see if it's something I'd like to do.

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this would be great if it had indented folder subtracks in the mixer.....
Unfortunately, this probably won't happen since I don't like that on the mixer.
I may explore that again in the future, but no guarantees.

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Old 05-23-2019, 12:44 PM   #244
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This is what I am talking about. This is part of the SWS Extensions:
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Old 05-23-2019, 02:02 PM   #245
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It looks like SWS is just looking for the name of the layout.
Is Default 5 the particular theme being referred to in the screenshot?
You may need to manually add the layouts to the SWS Auto color/icon/layout function.

I am unable to look further into it this week, hopefully someone else can give you the steps if you need a guide on how to do it.
You may have better chance for help by posting the question in the SWS thread.

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It looks like SWS is just looking for the name of the layout.
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You may need to manually add the layouts to the SWS Auto color/icon/layout function.
That's correct. You'll have to double-click the appropriate layout cell and type in the wanted layout name exactly as it appears in the Layout menu for the given theme.
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That's correct. You'll have to double-click the appropriate layout cell and type in the wanted layout name exactly as it appears in the Layout menu for the given theme.
Default 5 is what is shown in my screenshot and what I was using up til now.

So, how do I get these for the Solaris theme?

I am a total newbie at this part of Reaper and could use whatever assistance I can get....Please keep it simple!
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Default 5 is what is shown in my screenshot and what I was using up til now.

So, how do I get these for the Solaris theme?
You'll have to create new rules for each theme/layout you use. So you'll have the same Rule type, Filter, Color and Icon, but theme specific layout names. Only in cases where different themes use exactly the same layout names, those layouts will get selected with the same single rule.
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Old 05-26-2019, 10:41 AM   #249
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You'll have to create new rules for each theme/layout you use.
Yes, I understand this....

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So you'll have the same Rule type, Filter, Color and Icon, but theme specific layout names.
So, this is what I have been asking all along, what are the theme specific layout names for THIS layout (If they exist) ?????
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Old 05-26-2019, 10:52 AM   #250
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Let me be even more specific......

when the TCP Layout says:

bd --- Small Full Meter

it is the bd --- part of this list that I would like to know what to use....

In the MCP column, on of them says b - Small

It is this b - portion that I'm asking about, because if you look at my screen shot, not all of this part of the entries are the same......

Is there a list of some kind that explains the choices of how and why I would use one of these?

In my screen shot I only put them the way they are by copying something I saw somewhere without actually knowing why......

I hope this is more clear what I am asking about .......
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Old 05-26-2019, 01:18 PM   #251
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The "bd --" is part of the layout name in the default theme.
The LCS_Solaris theme uses different names for the layouts so they are not interchangeable.
You can see the list of layout names by right clicking on the track's name label.
In the mixer, you can also right click on the section at the bottom the at has the track number to see the layout list.
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The TCP list looks like this:
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The MCP (mixer) list looks like this:
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Old 05-26-2019, 02:40 PM   #252
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I have used the menus that you demonstrated above, so I will use those names to create new rules in the SWS.

I sing to pre-recorded music and have LOTS of songs to set up so it will be interesting to see what happens.....
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