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Offline Jamist

Freezing Keyboard Touch Sensitivity Settings?
« on: April 12, 2018, 06:45:00 PM »

Hi,


I've noticed that regardless of what settings I have selected in the "controller" setting for whether touch sensitivity is on or off, registrations override those settings.  This is particularly annoying for the left hand side, since I generally want that OFF.  I've looked everyplace I can think of to find a "freeze" setting, but for some reason I can't find a way to protect that particular function setting from being changed.


Any ideas?
Thanks!

Jim Dunne
PSR-S970. AKAI Advance 61, Korg Karma, etc. etc.
Oh... and a grumpy old English Bulldog, too.
 

Offline panos

Re: Freezing Keyboard Touch Sensitivity Settings?
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2018, 08:01:49 PM »
I think when you save the registration and the touch button is on then when you call the registration the touch button is on whith the settings you have choosen at the controller tab.
I just tested on my psr and works fine.
I even restart my keyboard to be sure.
(A reg with touch button on and left hand touch button off)
 
So call the registration that you have a problem with.
Go to the controller tab and select off to left touch response.
Press memory button+reg number
SAVE the registration(I see that many people forget that last part)

Do this to all numbers of the registration(all 8 reg numbers)
« Last Edit: April 12, 2018, 08:04:08 PM by panos »
 

Offline Jamist

Re: Freezing Keyboard Touch Sensitivity Settings?
« Reply #2 on: April 12, 2018, 11:19:40 PM »
Ah, OK.  I can see how that would be a solution.

Since I like to try registrations that I download - like from here - I was hoping there was a way to "protect" the setting from being changed by the registration when I load it.

But if that's not something that's available, then I can always fall back on this as a solution.

thanks!
Thanks!

Jim Dunne
PSR-S970. AKAI Advance 61, Korg Karma, etc. etc.
Oh... and a grumpy old English Bulldog, too.