I have some actions which I need to repeat again and again while scrolling through the list of songs. Being able to assign hotkeys to actions would tremendously increase and optimize the work flow. Is that something that makes sense for others as well?
There is this thread:
I regularly make use of a series of actions to assist me with tagging my library. It's often possible to sort the files/ folders according to some criteria that then allows you to select the entire library susbset you're looking to apply an action against, however, when this isn't possible, it would be great to be able to assign a hotkey to an action and have it invoked via the hotkey. This would make doing things visually a lot faster.
or this one:
Gladly. Note, the topic I linked merely merges two action groups into one. For example, if you find yourself running two action groups in order without doing anything else in between, then you might want to merge the two. The screenshot I displayed is something different though. It is merely a way to organize your action groups into more convenient submenus, which can be executed by particular key sequences rather than hunting and clicking them with your mouse. I will talk about this organ…
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