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Starting with Napo 4.5, the main view of the Combinations view shows a list of the combination banks:

The combination banks are listed in the order given by their names, which is also used when tapping the Bank button in the Console view or when selecting one of the first 16 banks via MIDI.

Swipe a bank name to the left to delete the bank. Long-tapping a bank name gives you an action menu with the entries Duplicate and Rename. When you are on iOS 7+ and have iCloud enabled for the app, combinations can be stored in iCloud in the same way as it is described for recordings in the Recordings view, see also the general notes on this topic. All these are plain file-based operations, as a combination bank corresponds to a single file in the documents directory of the app (which means that, if you wish so, you can access the locally stored bank files in the old-fashioned way via iTunes file sharing). Starting with Napo 4.11 and iOS 11, you can as well access these files with the Files app.

If you would like to edit combination banks, i.e. create a new bank, or create or duplicate combinations in it, or move a combination from one bank to another, then tap the Edit button in the top right of the view. This brings up a grouped list of the combination banks and their combinations. You can also tap at a combination bank in the main view – then the grouped list will be scrolled to show the selected bank and its combinations.

Create a new bank by tapping the + sign at the top right of the view. Add a new combination (corresponding to the current stops selection in the Console view) to a bank by tapping the + sign at the left of the bank name. Long-tap a combination name to duplicate, rename or delete the combination. You can move a combination to another position (in possibly another bank) by dragging (touch and move the grey area at the right of the combination name).

When you tap a combination entry, you are presented a visual editor for this combination. If the current bank has more than one combination, then you can in this editor skim through all the combinations of the bank.