Hmm .like the encoder controls - have I inadvertently set something that caused this backwards behaviour as it’s happening in the Recorder as well.
If I’m in the Recorder section, pressing channel up Ch+ causing the I/O’s to cycle backwards. Vice Versa for pressing Ch -
I never thought about it, for me cursor down means “next page” which means “next channel” so that is why the channels go up if you press the down key.
If you don’t like this I can change it so the up key goes to the next channel. But in the user interface right / down is always “next page” while left / up is “previous page” … i think it’s important to keep some kind of consistency?
Hmm… not sure … in my mind if I’m pressing up or if there’s a “+” with a numeric readout they go hand-in-hand and should ideally increase.
Up, plus, increase, next, right. All have synonymous connotations.
Scrolling in a reading context is the odd one out. Selecting a channel is not that.
This reminds me of an animation I worked on… a spaceship took off for a journey and it was side scrolling mid trip right to left and it felt totally weird… so they flipped the shot!
OK fine, I will change it