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Hey Adam! I would not suggest adding the Piano Roll to this main FL Studio window layout because there’s not enough working space for workflow!
We only use the Piano Roll when we want to add MIDI Notes or adjust the notes.
Remember these FL Studio Keyboard Shortcuts we talked about to open the different FL Studio Windows:
Most of the time we only open the Piano Roll when we want to add notes or adjust notes.
The best way to do that is just by clicking the MIDI Notes in the Channel Rack so you can maintain that 3 Window layout:
If you want to make the Playlist bigger, just hit Enter.
If you want to open the Piano Roll, just click the MIDI Notes of that sound in the Channel Rack (or go Right-Click -> Piano Roll).
I tell you this because we only use the Piano Roll at certain times, whereas the Channel Rack, Mixer, and Playlist are apart of the entire music production process.
To save the window layout, did you try this?:
View -> Arrange windows -> Save custom layout