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How I can adjust the button shift in the program scratch live?

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  • How I can adjust the button shift in the program scratch live?

    Greetings! I use recently this fine program. Now I have made a layer in the program touchosc for the program serato scratchlive. All works perfectly, but there is one problem, I want to load files in a deck a and in a deck b, by pressing of two buttoms, for example - shift and deck a or shift and deck b.

    How I can adjust the button shift in the program scratch live?
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  • #2
    Nice layout ;-)

    One question to make sure I understood correctly:
    Do you need the Shift in your layout to actually trigger the Shift key on your keyboard?


    • #3
      thank you! Yes approximately so, A long time i used the controler dennon-1000 for serato, there there is a key "shift" which protects from casual loading of a track in a deck and as serves as an auxiliary key for example for removal of incorrectly put cue! It was very convenient and safe!


      • #4
        In order to activate the shift key of your keyboard you will have to use a Keycode event.
        First, open the Keycode Helper window (Command-K) and press the shift key, this will give you the number to use.
        Then, assign a Keycode event to the message corresponding to the "Shift" button in your layout and choose in the Value column the given keycode number.

        Note: I think that if your button Deck A and Deck B also trigger a keyboard event, they must use a Keycode event as well, in order to combine the action of the shift key with the other keys. I am not totally sure if keyboard events are combined when using a Key Combo for some keys and a Keycode event for other keys.

        Anyway, let me know if that works for you and if this is what you wanted to do.


        PS: if you are curious to know a bit more about keyboard events :


        • #5
          Thanks! All has turned out and stably works!


          • #6