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Old 10-04-2016, 10:54 AM   #1
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Default Inline MIDI editor CC lanes won't resize (FIXED)

v5.26rc1/x64 Windows 10

Having problems with the inline editor, can't get the data lanes to resize

Steps:

- record midi

- open inline editor

- attempt to resize the velocity or CC lane if present

- if velocity lane is present and will resize, record another midi with some CC data, open it in the midi editor and choose to show all used CC lanes

- return to the inline editor. Now, both lanes will be present as expected, but minimized (closed) and cannot be resized


The first time I tried this today I recorded a midi file with only velocity data, no CC, and the inline editor opened with this lane visible and resizable, no problems. Subsequently however, even on a new portable install, the inline editor opens with the velocity lane minimized and it cannot be resized, and the same goes if I open the midi editor proper and choose various CC lanes, returning afterward to the inline editor. Multiple lanes, single lanes, doesn't seem to matter.

This was also present in 5.25 for me, just got the latest release to see if it helped any, but it did not

Can anyone confirm?
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Old 10-04-2016, 11:06 AM   #2
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I can confirm! It's even worse over here - CC lanes in inline editor are at their zero size and no CCs can be seen at all, and I can't change the height of the lane at all. Annoying.
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Old 10-04-2016, 11:21 AM   #3
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I can confirm! It's even worse over here - CC lanes in inline editor are at their zero size and no CCs can be seen at all, and I can't change the height of the lane at all. Annoying.

Yes that's how it is for me as well.

The exception is when I've not recorded any CCs and only the velocity lane is shown by default, in which case it can be seen and resized. It can also be switched to a CC lane, and I can write CCs to it and it will still be shown normally. If I show this CC lane and the velocity lane together in the midi editor, and then close that and return to the inline editor for that item, it seems this is the point where the bug appears

This might say something about how much use the inline editor sees, if a bug like this goes unnoticed for any length of time :P

I mostly use the full midi editor, myself

Edit: wait a minute, just now I tried the situation described in this post, and both lanes could be seen. Then I ran the SWS/BR action "show only used CC lanes (detect 14-bit)", and THEN it broke. I seem to have no issues if I show the lanes manually in the midi editor, without running that action. The same goes for the SWS/FNG "show only used CC lanes" action

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Old 10-04-2016, 11:37 AM   #4
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Fixing, thanks!

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Old 10-04-2016, 01:07 PM   #5
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No, thank you!
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Old 10-05-2016, 09:28 AM   #6
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FIXED in 5.26!
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