I agree, I remember this was once annoying for me as well. Non-wrapping menus and tabs always drive me crazy.
The only time a menu shouldn't wrap is if the movement is triggered by a keyrepeat event. But otherwise they should always wrap. UI/UX people figured this out years ago and I wish it would be adopted more often.
Yeah,it just takes longer than you'd like to get from a low SFX to a high one or vice versa.
It's much quicker using keys over mouse clicks, but then there's this bug which means you need to do the last click by mouse a lot of the time:
Did you know you can hit Shift-+/- and jump four sounds forward or back at a time? I use that when going from high numbers to low (and vice-versa) because it literally takes about one second to go from 63 to 0. (Actually only about 2/3's of a second, but it takes about a third of a second for the held-down key to register as a repeating key.) Here's a GIF to show you:
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