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Copy in present stateA "save as" would be nice but alternatively adding this function to Helix would be handy, and nearly as good as "save as", which seems like a no brainer IMO. One of the earlier firmware versions allowed you to copy in present state (copying the preset for pasting elsewhere, after you had made some changes to it, instead of the current solution which only allows you to copy the currently saved preset -which really doesnt help anything) I dont know..Not a dealbreaker. I guess i just feel like its one of those things that simply shouldnt be missing with the flexibility of todays toys. Without one of these functions, it makes changing any preset impossible. Literally. Yeah i guess you *could* stop what you are doing, try and remember the two or three changes youve already made, copy your preset, search for an open slot, paste it, go back to the preset you WERE working on...ect...ect...Oh man what a buzzkill. I NEVER go into a preset with "Hey i might change this preset, i better copy it first" in mind. This implementation seems to make so much sense, it should have never been missing (or removed- as i said about an earlier firmware)
Can't save replacing the old tone after edited ?So after I finish editing, I want to save. And there are 3 choices I can choose. 1. Save to My Tones ---> This will create NEW TONE with the OLD NAME. Not replacing. 2. Save to My Tone as... ---> This will create NEW TONE with the NEW NAME. Not replacing. 3. Save to Firehawk FX So my point is... Where is the SAVE which acts like SAVE in general software? It should act like I update the old one with my edited one, right? Now I have to "Save to My Tones" and go to "My Tones" to delete the old one every time ? And I have to save quite often because if I accidentally step on the ABCD switch while I'm trying to actually step on the FS1-5 switch, what i'm editing just gone. Is it me who don't know how to save or is it the software that lack the function ? Thanks, Duke.