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    This. 1000x this. It slows down by workflow an amazing amount when you have to manually move the source track selections instead of it patching to whatever program tracks I activate. Of all the aspects of Avid I might miss, this is by far the most important and (seemingly) most simple to implement

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    I may not fully be understanding your issue, but if I am - Add a number. I picked this trick up by happenstance when I switched from Avid, where you had to number the workspaces to help the program know what is what. So my workflow was:

    Open a default workspace, let's say Assembly.
    Make the changes I want.
    Save as new workspace.
    Labeled it '1) Edit Custom'
    It's now above 'Assembly' in the list, and 'Workspace 1' automatically will go to the top workspace in the list.

    The only flaw in this is it drops all of the successive default ones. So while 'Assembly' is now workspace 2 (and so on) the default workspaces that were at the bottom now have no shortcut.

    It's at least a workaround for the time being. As far as Adobe fixing it, really just give us ~25 workspace shortcut possibilities and we could add shortcuts to our hearts desire. It's silly we are limited to 10

    Also please note (because it confused me for quite awhile with Premiere) that the changes you made to 'Assembly' will remain that way UNTIL you press the "Reset to Saved Layout" key with 'Assembly' open, then it should revert to its default.

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