Recall Screenset 4x ⇧4 – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Recall Screenset 4x ⇧4

Recall screensets numbered from 40 through 49.

Create and recall screensets in Logic Pro – Apple Support

You position windows in a layout that suits the way you work. This layout of various windows, including their display size, zoom levels, position, and other settings, is called a screenset. Once defined, you can save, and freely switch between different screensets, much as you might between different computer displays.

 

Next Screenset – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Next Screenset

Switch to the next screenset. As the Macintosh gets faster with better graphics performance switching screensets is nearly instantaneuos.

Create and recall screensets in Logic Pro – Apple Support

Note: Screensets 1 to 9 can be recalled by freely defined key commands, not only the number keys on your computer keyboard. This allows you to use the number keys for other purposes, such as opening or closing windows. The 1 to 9 key commands are called Recall Screenset 1–9 in the Key Commands window.

 

Recall Screenset 8x ⇧8 – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day (KCotD)

  Recall Screenset 8x    ⇧8

Switch to screensets 80 through 89. I wondered about having 99 screensets available. I realized that a show or a film or even an album can have many, different sections. Using screensets is an interesting way to bookmark and preserve the state of a work.

Create and recall screensets in Logic Pro – Apple Support

You don’t need to save screensets with an explicit command. It happens automatically, as soon as you switch to another screenset. Thus, without any effort, your current working view is always stored as the current screenset.

 

Previous Screenset – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day (KCotD)

  Previous Screenset

Switch to the previous screenset. Previous means “current screenset minus one”. Next screenset means “current screenset plus one”.

I would like to be able to jump back to the most recently used screenset, but that’s just me.

Create and recall screensets in Logic Pro – Apple Support

Note: Screensets 1 to 9 can be recalled by freely defined key commands, not only the number keys on your computer keyboard. This allows you to use the number keys for other purposes, such as opening or closing windows. The 1 to 9 key commands are called Recall Screenset 1–9 in the Key Commands window.

 

Save As Control Bar and Display Defaults – Logic Pro keyboard command of the day

  Save As Control Bar and Display Defaults

Saves the current control bar and display settings as the default. These settings are saved with a project, so you can revert to these settings by setting the display to default.

Control Bar and Display values can be set differently for every Main Window that is open in any screenset.

Some interesting displays can be created. A tall, narrow window with inspectors and track names?

Customize the Logic Pro control bar – Apple Support

The control bar offers a default set of buttons and other controls, providing commonly used options. In the center of the control bar is the LCD, which shows the playhead position and the project tempo, key, and time signature.