Apologies if this already exists, but I can't find out how to do it. Say I have two layers in an instance of Unify that I like. Now I want to consolidate them into a single Unify layer, to then add some more instruments or layers from the browser. I can see that I could save the layers as a patch, and then reload as a layer, but is there any way to do this without leaving the initial patch? Presumably this would be the same as saving a couple of layers as a layer preset? I guess what I am asking for is to be able to save multiple layers as a layer preset, but it would be easier if I didn't have to reload it, and could just collapse the existing layers into a single Unify layer.
Am I over-complicating this?
- Create new Empty Unify layer, open the GUI of the new Unify instance.
- Copy layer 1 from main Unify, paste layer into embedded Unify; repeat as necessary.
- Delete the layers you copied from the main Unify.
Aha - cunning - great, thanks. Would it be too tricky to make this drag and drop?
Fundamentally not difficult, but I have some higher priorities. Added to the to-do list.
As always, thanks - understood this is not a high priority.