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Multidrag Feature


With B-Step’s powerful multidrag feature you can easily copy the state from one button/slider to its siblings, or copy a bar or step to any number of others, in one action!

Multidrag Usage

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On mouse controlled systems by default you start a multidrag by dragging a button/slider with the right mouse button.

On touch controlled systems by default you start a multidrag by holding a button/slider longer than 750ms without moving your finger.

If you have started a multidrag all possible targets will be marked with a “T” label. Then you can drag your source “S” over the targets you want and this will immediately change the states of the targets.

Multidrag Settings

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To optimize the multidrag handling you can adjust it to your needs.

- Multidrag Right Mouse: if disabled the multidrag feature will be on the left mouse and will be handled as on touch controlled systems.
- Multidrag Delay: defines the delay to start a multidrag. Default 750ms. (No effect if you use on right mouse)
- Multidrag Sensitivity: defines the x,y offset so that you can move your finger or mouse without disabling the multidrag start timer. (No effect if you use right mouse)

Special Drags

A bar drag will overwrite a target bar completely. If you would like to copy just a few bar settings have a look at the Clipboard Copy Feature.

Also you can multidrag steps in the top row (see The Runlight) - a source step will overwrite all settings of all layers in the target step!


B-Step, a sequencer by Monoplugs.