is there a keyboard modifier (e.g. Shift, Ctrl) that you can hold in order to select multiple Blocks (e.g. a rectangle drag-and-select) to move/copy/delete them (instead of having to do one at a time)?
For example, if I have 8 inputs from the audio interface that I want to process with 2-plugins each, a Dynamic and an EQ, and then route them to a mixer (inserting these 16 blocks inline on each channel, coming from the interface and into the mixer) it takes a long time to create all blocks and then align them on the workspace, using only the right-click context menu.
If one could create 2x Blocks (e.g. Dyn + EQ) and align them,
then select them both and duplicate,
select those 4 blocks again and duplicate,
and finally select the 8 blocks and duplicate
you would have all the Blocks you need in approx 10 mouse-clicks.
Is this possible, and I’ve simply not stumbled onto the keyboard modifier combination yet or is the Block editing confined to single selection at this time?