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Can someone help me find the location of pan/gain knobs in theme editor.

I've found Gain/Pan outlines in Console view|Module|Input Gain and Console view|Module|Input Pan, I cant find the actual graphics for the knob it self.

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11 hours ago, Gewa said:

Can someone help me find the location of pan/gain knobs in theme editor.

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Knob and Knob (Small) are for Pan, Knob Unipolar and Knob Unipolar (Small) are for Gain.

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Thanks a lot. This is ridiculous 100's of images in a sprite to animate knob movement. I give up making theme until the devs can come up with better solution

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That is the traditional way. Not likely to change within this century. 

You can use a tool like KnobMan or WebKnobMan to avoid repainting each frame but they have a learning curve.

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14 hours ago, Gewa said:

I give up making theme until the devs can come up with better solution

The Cakewalk devs are unlikely to come up with something you like better any time soon, since the current knob design works perfectly.

I too am unwilling to learn the tools necessary to create knob art; fortunately there are hundreds of other elements in Theme Editor that I can change.

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Nothing to add except I'm very apprehensive about doing a Google search for "Knob Man" 😐

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Lord knows what you'll find there... :D :S

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On 2/24/2022 at 5:01 PM, sjoens said:

That is the traditional way. Not likely to change within this century. 

You can use a tool like KnobMan or WebKnobMan to avoid repainting each frame but they have a learning curve.

Thanks for pointing out. This might be helpful

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