They are a brilliant design. I couldn't live without it. I don't even need higher res or other readability issues which would need new hardware. I just hoped to see brilliant firmware along with the platform design. I shouldn't say it won't happen, but we should think about what is happening here and how we will move forward.Agreed. They seem to be a smart design. I'd like to see higher res and wider panels for readability and to get rid of the 10 character limit, but they're very usable as they are.
To clarify, I'm not calling it a bug. If you read my first post, I'm stating that there is a lack of development in the FC-12 which has made real bugs get pushed back. Point being that if real bugs are pushed back, how can we expect the really helpful updates like scrolling through presets or a dozen other great ideas to ever get worked on?I do NOT agree that the lack of this feature is a bug, and calling it one just riles up the discussion in an unconstructive way.
To say this isn't important because the need to do it doesn't comes up very often is a logical fallacy to explain away functionality that should have been thought through at the design phase. We don't all work the same, we don't all perform the same way. I must not be alone in my thoughts if others have requested Setlists. You don't use many presets, or even need to jump very far to get it. Others do and will as the number of presets inevitably grow as the Mk2 has proven.I also don't get why the need to jump a million presets away in a performance context comes up very often.
Have you requested it recently?Personally, I'd be ecstatic if a single switch press could change the bypass state or channel of multiple blocks at once. I would use that literally every day. That's far and away my #1 wish for the FCs.