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@sharp did you have found the time already to look at the bug?

@sharp, yours is the only one I've tried and use, because it does everything what I need :) there is just one thing I can't get my head around.

Because I use multiple loopers at the same time, I use Bome Midi Translator Pro to convert 1 midi signal into multiple ones so that I can start/stop/rec multiple loopers with one push of a button. But when I start multiple loopers at the same time (via the small play button, not the multi-purpose (big) button), the visual feedback turns green, even when there is no audio recorded. When I press record on a particular looper it turns red and start recording/looping, so the logic works correctly, it just shows that all loopers are playing while they're clearly not all playing.

I hope this make any sense to you, because it's quite a complex setup :) do you know how this can be fixed? Thanks in advance!

@sharp just want to let you know that I've solved my issue by replacing the min values in the inspector with the id's I want (I always use the same template to start from, so it's no problem that this is 'hardcoded'). Now when I reopen the device, all id's are set correctly!

I really love this M4L device you've made! I use a lot of loopers at the same time, so this visual feedback is great! I've got a question though. It is possible to set the track and device id, but when you close Ableton and open the visual feedback it resets all id's back to 0. Is there a way to to set this up so it remembers the given id?