Shift + drag over a series of tracks in the Track Selector to select tracks
The Track Selector really needs an update to improve functionality and speed. Like Shift + drag over a series of tracks in the Track Selector to enable / disable tracks.
At the moment you need to go and press on every Track Selection Button (V1 , V2, V3 / A1, A2 , A3 etc) to enable / disable.
With this new function, you can just press on one Track Selection Button and drag over other tracks to enable / disable. So much faster (AVID has this). In my workflow in AVID, I deselect all tracks with one button (another feature request). And then Shift + press on V1 and drag over A1, A2, A3,A4. Now in one movement, I have selected 5 tracks.
Marjorie Sacks commented
This feature is now available in PPro Beta 22.6 x10 and later builds and will ship in the public release of 22.6.
You can select and target multiple source or target tracks by holding down CMD/CTRL as you click and drag the cursor across multiple track buttons in the timeline panel. Whichever action is performed on the first track — turning on or off — will be applied to all of the tracks during the dragging action. You can drag through any number of video and audio tracks
Holding down CMD/CTRL + Shift while dragging will invert the targeted selection.