Hide All Lanes... KeyCommand!

Working on my keyCommands and L is ‘Show lanes’. I’d Like to make ^L (shift L) ‘Hide ALL lanes’ but there is no option in the KeyCommands, unless i missed something.

I also use Ctrl L as Show Controller Lane in a midi part ^Ctrl L is Show ALL used.

I do similar with…
S: SOLO, ^S: UnSolo All
M: Mute, ^M: UnMute ALL
A: Show All Automation, ^A: Hide All Automation
P: Events to Part, ^P: Dissolve Part
G: Group, ^G: UnGroup
Plus many others

I’d love to follow the same logic for LANES but there seems to be no hide ALL function. A Makro will do if it can be done. Thank you.

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The same has also been requested many times for the automation. There should be separate commands to open, close the ‘accordion’ en masse.

I tried to make a Macro but it failed.

If we select multiple tracks and use a ‘Show lanes’ keycommand it will toggle the lanes of all selected tracks on or off. I tried to make a macro utilising select all but the finished result still only toggled the lanes on the current track.

+1000 Please!!! I routinely work with 12 tracks of drums with up to 10 lanes each. Show lanes/hide lanes should be available as a key command. If clicking with the selection tool shows them, there must be a way back?

Use Project Logical Editor.
https://steinberg.help/cubase_pro_artist/v9.5/en/cubase_nuendo/topics/project_logical_editor/project_logical_editor_action_target_track_operation_r.html

Lanes Active
Enables, disables, or toggles the lanes active status.

PLE once again to the rescue!!!

Now if the close all automation wouldn´t close folders too

Yeah… That close folders is a little annoying.

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Appreciate the reply but that’s a PIA. You get MIDI lanes opening. Toggle is not close all lanes. Come on Steinberg.

Yeah, we just need close all Lanes as a Key Command choice AND for Close all Automation to not close folders too.

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This would be a critical function for anyone who does multi-track comping.
We do have a function to show all the selected lanes (in a folder track) at once, but no way to hide them all at once.
This should have been a function included long time ago.

Has this been solved in 10/10.5 yet?

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