Perhaps there’s a way to do this and I’ve missed it (if so please forgive), but there doesn’t seems to be any convenient way of repeating configurations across patches. A simple copy/paste feature would really speed up the workflow of creating things like a repeatable vocal chain.
The ability to save macros would also be great for signal chains you use often.
Another feature that would be great is an “undo” command. Helpful when you realize you disconnected the wrong cable.
Which brings me to: cable management. I’ve got some big patches which are approaching the gates of cable hell. If there was some kind of ‘channel strip’ or ‘node rack’ object that would help a lot. The ability to highlight nodes you want to move together instead of having to move them individually would really help too. And option dragging to duplicate.
Also, the new cable snapping, while often very useful, can also be frustrating when there are too many available ports around and you just want to disconnect a cable, but instead it keeps trying to snap to something. Not sure what the solution to this is. Smaller attraction radius? Radius setting in preferences? Minor, but it does slow down the workflow.
Anyway, I know this is a bunch of stuff, but for me personally, these things would really improve the user experience. Maybe others feel the same?
Thank you for listening, and always being so engaged with your users.