Copy command within a trigger

Hello,
In a trigger there is no way to copy banch of commands inside the same trigger or between triggers.

If I have a data manipulation from a variable to a place holder, for example, for a list of variables from step (or steps), in other working spaces of other languages, I would write or configure the first one, copy it, how times needed, and change only the exact value, the development time is much shorter this way, in Tulip it can’t be done, I have to configure the same command time after time after time …

Please see how can you make the developer life more easier.

Thank you,
Amit

Hi Amit,
This is an often requested feature. Please use the search bar before posting and update one of the existing threads: Search results for 'trigger copy' - Tulip Community

Ok, if this is so common request when will it enter the road map and will be fixed?

Amit

| Ethan
July 7 |

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Hi Amit,
This is an often requested feature. Please use the search bar before posting and update one of the existing threads: Search results for ‘trigger copy’ - Tulip Community

hello @Amit, the Product team at Tulip is aware of this request and will be providing an update soon.

in the meantime, could you share more information on the use case?? based on what I’m understanding, some of these challenges could be overcome by placing Triggers on the Master Layout, but I’m looking forward to hearing more about how you’d like to use this feature!!

thanks @Ethan for sharing the link to other similar requests.

Hello @gio,
One way I can think of is adding an option near to “+ Add new action” in the bottom of the if case like “-> mark copy statements” then a radio button will appear next to the commands, the user will check the desire command he wish to copy, once a radio button was checked, the link will be replaced as “–> do copy” and the command will be copied as the last one in the block or in another block inside current trigger, than the user will change the command as he like to.
Of course the user can “paste” the same command several times.

Hoping I helped here,
Amit