When assigning an actuator to global BPM, the actuator is saved with the pedalboard, but the range is not.
How to reproduce
- Assign global BPM to an actuator.
- In the actuator setup window, restrict the BPM range to less than the normal full range.
- Save the pedalboard.
- Re-open the pedalboard.
- The actuator is recalled, but the BPM range is set back to the full default (20-280).
Properly save and recall both the actuator AND the range for BPM with the pedalboard.
Operating system: Linux
System version: Manjaro (kernel 4.19.37-rt20-rc1-MANJARO SMP PREEMPT RT)
I’m making a pedalboard for a piece which requires me to toggle occasionally between two different tempi… i’m doing that with the flip of a MIDI switch assigned to gobal BPM - it’s a pain to have to reset and save the desired range every time i load the pedalboard.