Old 01-17-2019, 07:24 PM   #1
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Default Couple of minor nitpicks ...

... though I'm sure I've seen even smaller ones

1) Esc doesn't always close Media Item Properties window, e.g.

- Use volume slider to change item volume, then Esc: window closes
- Ditto, then click Apply, then Esc: window doesn't close

2) In this and similar windows, it would be better not to have contents of any fields selected on opening, e.g. Take name in the Media Item Properties window. It's too easy to absentmindedly press spacebar intending to play the project, only for it to just wipe out the text in the field instead. Maybe other people can come up with different examples. Master send volume in the Routing window seems like a potential irritation.
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Old 02-26-2019, 12:36 AM   #2
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As an example of 2), I was just doing some panning, but instead of panning a track 65% right, I absentmindedly sent it to the Master at +65dB....

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Old 02-26-2019, 01:17 AM   #3
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1. Window focus problem. Try adding the action you want for esc to a custom action and put "focus arrange" or "focus main" action before it. Actions triggered by MIDI don't care about window focus, btw, which is a great reason to have some sort of MIDI controller.

2. If you accidentally change something you didn't want to in a dialog window, that's what the Cancel button is there for.
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