Adding a mask input on the bottom side of a macro

I know that the feature of colored macros have been requested, but I have no idea if adding ports on the bottom ports have been requested.

It would help people quickly and easily find a mask port on a macro, especially if it already has many inputs on the side.

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Highly agree with this one!

Current workaround I suggest would be to add a Combiner[multiply] at the end of your macro.

This is a great idea!

It would be quite straightforward to add a checkbox to enable a mask input in the macro configuration. You’d probably be responsible for applying the mask yourself inside the macro with a combiner as HYLK mentions above, as WM doesn’t know exactly the semantics of which outputs need to be masked against which inputs, etc.

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