I’d like this to be an actionable Key command or a sub-option in the MIDI Logical Editor. That would improve the workflow as well. Thanks.
Also, in the Key Editor, I know 3 ways of gluing notes (illustrated by .gif):
One can click on a note with the glue tool to glue it to the next. As long as notes are available on this pitch, one click = one more glued note
- Select all the “to be glued” notes with a rectangle (hint, hint… lasso tool…) by left clicking, holding, moving and releasing
- Click on any part of the selected block of notes, there you go: glued notes
ALT+Glue click on a note. Powerful, but sometimes too powerful: all following identical pitches in the midi part are glued together in one move. That’s great unless your MIDI Part contains a few identically pitched notes you don’t want to glue.
**_Requested fourth method :
CTRL + Glue
It would be like the second method, except when you release your selection box (or lasso), all selected notes are glued without the need for a second click, the best of both worlds: instantaneity and precision
-Have your glue tool on hand
-Hold CTRL modifier Key,
-Left Click, Hold it while you move the cursor to select notes
- Release the click: your notes are glued!_**
Maybe a macro is a solution.
Key command for glue is the solution. Right hand- Select, Left hand- Glue.
No changing tools.