antic604 wrote: ↑Fri Sep 17, 2021 12:29 amSure. I was writing machine code in early 90s by inserting hex numbers directly into computer's RAM, because I couldn't afford a proper assembly language interpreter. Yet I've no idea how Alt+Tab works
I'm not sure why we're discussing individual preferences anymore, as if you somehow had monolpoly on what's the only correct way? Are you an alt-BONES account by any chance?
It's because you wrote:
"I don't find Alt+Tab to be any more efficient than F5-7 (and actually less so), especially if you have other stuff running in the background with their own windows that you now have to scroll through."
which - sorry to say - is patently false.
You can have ten or twenty applications/windows open - alt+single tab will always switch to the previously used one, while alt+ double tab will switch to the one that was in the front before that and hence alt + single/double tab is all you need to seamlessly and directly switch between the sequencer, the Rack and the mixer and it won't bring up any ofethe other applications, unless you recently used it - and even then it is super quick and easy to bring the three Reason windows back to the front.
So if you are really competently using alt+tab, then why did you state something that is false?
Besides I am really wondering what "writing machine code in the 90's" has got to do with any of that.