That's not how that works. In most DAWs there are drag zones on the clip. In Logic for example if you drag from the top of the clip it loops, drag from the bottom it extends etc. Bitwig works the same as well (though the drag zone are different). I would imagine S1 would do the same since they already use click zones for other functions. It's not really going to break or change anything fundamentally in S1. They already have something similar with Patterns. When you drag a pattern out it just loops.jamcat wrote: ↑Mon Mar 27, 2023 10:28 am Duplicating with D no longer working isn’t my concern. It’s that dragging the edge of a clip window to expose more or less of the underlying audio or MIDI would no longer work as expected that would be my concern.
That would fundamentally change the basic philosophy of what a part is in Studio One.
In Studio One pressing D duplicates a clip but doesn't ghost/alias a region so you have to do Shift-D in S1 to get a similar but way clunkier workflow. So pressing D is not equivalent to dragging out a loop since they are not duplicates they are instances/alias/ghost clips when done in Bitwig, Logic, Cubase etc.