Often, adding the option key to a keyboard shortcut will apply the command to all tracks.
Holding the Command key will give fine control when moving faders, knobs and breakpoints.
These shortcuts will all work on a Windows computer, just substitute Control (Windows) for Command (Mac), Alt (Windows) for Option (Mac), Start (Windows) for Control (Mac).
On the Mac, the Command key is the one with the Apple on it.
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In the grey If tracks were dropped, print out the list of dropped tracks.
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