Hello! I’m running into an issue with my new MC6 where I’m attempting to use the Keystroke type alongside a Press action to trigger a keyboard shortcut while connected to my computer via USB.
When I trigger the preset using the footswitch, I can see that the command is received by the Midi Editor Software, but it does not trigger the shortcut on my computer. I’ve triple-checked that my key combinations are correct, and confirmed that they work when entered on an actual keyboard. I’m not entirely sure how to debug the issue myself, so I wanted to reach out and see if someone could help me figure out what’s up.
Here’s my setup:
OS: macOS Big Sur 11.1 Firmware: 3.8.1 Midi Editor: 1.1.1
Hey, sure thing. I think this may end up being a two-part issue, because I got it partially working this morning after noticing the alert that advised disconnecting the MC6 from the Midi Editor before testing it. Once I disconnected it, single keystroke commands would work, but I couldn’t get the modifiers below to work (though they do work if I input them with my computer keyboard):
Here’s a screenshot of the configuration I’m having trouble with:
Is anyone still experiencing issues with using dual modifiers? I can’t seem to use Option (Alt) + Cmd together. If I have one modifer in either slot they work, however using both modifiers + keystroke does not work. Tried with keyboard checker, however unable to utilize both modifiers at same time. Any ideas? Thanks
Here is the screenshot of the editor. Basically, I’m trying to use Option (Alt) + CMD + A to insert a new track in Logic Pro. With this setting the Option (Alt) does not work, so only get CMD + A which is ‘select all’.
I have found a workaround to just program another modifier + key, but can only use one modifier.