I am on firmware version 1.40. I am trying to run a serial route from the last block in Row1 to the first block in Row2. I don’t currently see an option on the QC to set the Output block on Row1 = “Row2”. If that output option existed, it would eliminate the need to use a splitter. However, since that option isn’t on the QC yet, it appears that a splitter must be used to connect the two rows.
The thing that seems strange or even buggy to me is that I cannot start the split after the 8th block in Row1. The furthest right a split that runs from row 1 to 2, or row 3 to 4, can be positioned, is to the right of the 7th block. Effectively rendering the 8th block position on Row1 unusable in this scenario. Yes, I can place a block in the 8th position, but it would be OUTSIDE of the split/merge. The same limitation applies when trying to run a serial route from Row3 to Row4.
Maybe I am missing something. It seems like a basic routing element is missing from the QC that would allow us to just select “Row2” from Row1’s output block, and “Row4” from Row3’s output block? Barring that, compelled as I am to use a splitter to join two rows, why is the splitter not able to start after the 8th block in Row1 or Row3? Why should using a splitter in essence “maroon” the 8th block on rows 1 or 3?
Also, why does my splitter screen only show two types of splits available when the splitter on the fellow’s screen who does the Neural DSP videos, shows four?